“…a book that makes one stop in their tracks and think. […] Simple, clear writing by Stephen Oram makes this an easy read. I recommend this book to all sci-fi lovers and anyone really interested in the human psyche.” Gisela Dixon for Readers’ Favorite 5*

“Yes! One of those rare and engaging reads that just hits all the right buttons. Well written, excellent plot and most importantly from my perspective…. intelligent. This is the way SF should be written.” (review on Goodreads) 5*

“When it comes to choosing SF I am very fussy […] I hope Quantum Confessions attracts a large readership because it stacks up well against established Dystopia fiction. I think it would make a great film!” (full review on Amazon) 5*

“…there’s an acerbic mind behind the pen […] not only challenging, but imaginative and accessible to his readers as he spins a pleasingly enthralling tale. […] an excellent debut and one that demands your attention.” BookViral (full review)

“Exciting, dystopian and a heady mix of family, physics and futurism!” Celia Wade-Brown, Mayor of Wellington New Zealand

“[…] Stephen Oram’s vision of a near-future society plays upon modern technological progress, widening divisions in society and basic human needs and beliefs in family, relationships and the institutions surrounding them, resulting in a complex and stimulating journey for any reader.” Katrina Northern (short review and full review on Wordery) 4*

“Like all great thinkers Stephen takes a pinch of actual with with a pound of possible, he will have you believing tomorrow today. Great Book, Great New Author” Simon Cave (review on Amazon) 5*

“[…] In his impressive debut, new author Stephen Oram explores the challenges placed on a society that has lost sight of certainty […] might not have been catapulted up there with the Orwells and the Atwoods just yet, but Quantum Confessions is a cracking good start.” Dresden (full review on Amazon) 5*

“[…] my first foray into the world of sci-fi – it definitely won’t be my last.” Jane, London (full review on Wordery) 5*

“Though provoking.” Pam Raven (review on Amazon) 5*







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