Come check out ScreenDigits, our companion site for tracking the movies and shows you watch!
Déjí  Vu (The Saskia Brandt Series Book One)
March 6, 2011  /  310 pages  (is this book fiction or nonfiction?)
Book of
the Week
Winner of the 2011 Red Adept Reviews Indie Award for Science Fiction

Book 3 - The Amber Rooms - is available now

Buy the first three books as The Saskia Brandt Series Omnibus Edition

It is 2023. Scientist David Proctor is running for his life. On his trail is Saskia Brandt, a detective with the European FIB. She has questions. Questions about a bomb that exploded back in 2003. But someone is hunting her too. The clues are in the shattered memories of her previous life.

Déjí  Vu takes the reader on a startling journey through a possible future, though digital minds, and through the consequences of the choices we make. It is the debut novel by Ian Hocking.

'[Hocking's] layering of the narrative is thoughtful and the way he makes events from different decades mirror each other shows quiet skill. This is a small-press publication; as such, it probably won't get the exposure it deserves. Larger publishers may want to take note.' -- Jon Courtenay Grimwood, writing in The Guardian

'A multi-threaded, thought-provoking sci-fi thriller. It is always a nice surprise to see a debut novel such as Déjí  Vu. Thoroughly recommended.' --

'Excellent...crisp and professional. This book bodes well for the future.' -- Grumpy Old Bookman

'Breaks new ground.' -- Stephen Gallagher

'Shows mature confidence.' -- Stan Nicholls

'Inventive and witty.' -- The Alien Online

'Get ready to have a mind-blowing experience.' -- POD Girl

'Science fiction in the tradition of such fine exponents as Baxter and Clarke.' -- The Eternal Night

'Clever and satisfying.' -- Tregolwyn Book Reviews
Release Date
Page Count
Cover Image
(Must be JPEG and less than 1 MB)