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It's like Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance meets The Men Who Stare At Goats. It's X-Files meets From Justin to Kelly. (Actually that's a bad comparison. Ignore that.)

Tiffany’s lived off the grid in the desert all her life. Miranda’s a world famous pop star who peaked in the early 2000s. Naomi’s a goth working at a corporate movie nostalgia theme park. What do these three women have in common? They were all created as super weapons by a clandestine government conspiracy called MK ULTRA.

Together with a college student who can project his consciousness through space and a professional vampire hunter, they take a road trip for the truth, for freedom, and to fight back.

ULTRA is just one of a series of novels, but it's completely standalone. You can read them in any order, but if you want to read them in chronological order, they go: 

#iHunt: A Transylvanian Prince in Southern California

Blood Flow

#iHunt: Frankenstein's Monster (Sort Of) (But Not Really)

#iHunt: Killing Monsters in the Gig Economy


Reaching Out

#iHunt: Mayhem in Movieland

But #iHunt Frankenstein's Monster is Pay What You Want, so it's a good, free to read place to start.

Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(3 total ratings)
AuthorMachine Age Productions
Tagsconspiracy, psychedelic, road-trip, Sci-fi, urban-fantasy, Vampire


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This was an incredibly fun read! You know you're enjoying a book when you have to pick it up in every spare moment you have to see what happens next.

The characters are all so alive, yet there's so much more I want to know about them. They're like people I met at a party, who were just so cool, and I can't wait to hang out with them again.

The story hardly ever lets up, and I can't remember a single page that felt like it dragged on. Everything pushed forward towards the end of the story. The ending was deeply satisfying, yet left me wanting more.

(Written as a review, but re-posted as a comment because reviews are invisible?)