We were so happy with this review by Tamantha Smith in Aurealis Magazine Issue #117. It totally captures the essence of Seb’s writing style!

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Seb Doubinsky’s Missing Signal has a brevity about it that shows a masterfully experimental approach. Doubinsky’s work is brief, quick-paced and snippet-like; in essence, it is a journal of thoughts where each page, each chapter, is a moment inside a chaotic mind. The experimentation of Missing Signal matches perfectly with the protagonist’s state of mind, jumping from thought to thought, building on anxiety and worry, satiating his thirst for paranoia.

Tamantha Smith, Aurealis #117

Missing Signal

Missing Signal

From Seb Doubinsky, author of The Song of Synth, The Babylonian Trilogy, White City, Absinth, Omega Gray, and Suan Ming, comes his highly anticipated next installment in the City-States Cycle. Missing Signal—a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside a government conspiracy? Agent Terrence Kovacs has worked for the New Petersburg Counter-Intel Department propagating fake UFO stories for so long that even he has a hard time separating fact from fiction. Especially when he’s approached by a beautiful woman named Vita, who claims she’s been sent from another planet to liberate Earth.

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