EXOSKELETON – A Novel Psychological thriller, horror, and science fiction all in one Shane Stadler © ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. View Desktop Version . SynopsiS (Exoskeleton). ​ called the Exoskeleton, of which he becomes the tortured, organic innards. Shane Stadler © ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. The latest Tweets from Shane Stadler (@Exo). Novelist, physicist, professor, and physics textbook author check out my sci-fi/horror novel EXOSKELETON.

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Book Review: Exoskeleton – Author Shane Stadler | HNN

This experimental program turns out to be days of torture. In some cases it pushes the wearer past the brink. It introduces some mystery and that provides a lot more I found this book a bit of a mix.

I love scifi, I guess I just wanted to feel something more for the main character, sort of like as I read The Martian. But just as the exoskeleton machinery had the ability to judge just how far it could push Thompson, Stadler has the ability to judge just how far he can push his readers.

Tympanum is quite different, but is also a blend of horror, SF, and exoskelrton thriller.

Synopsis of Exoskeleton

If it isn’t then I imagine it could be one day. The story is a cleverly executed mish-mash of science fiction, suspense and horror.

It’s well described and does have a purpose, but is heavy going – especially if you’re squeamish about medic procedures. Certainly not for the faint hearted, the torture sequences are extreme and until about halfway through seemingly gratuitous.


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And it always will. Not long after he reaches his destination though, he soon realises that it’s not going to be an easy 12 months. The next step for this book is to make it into a movie. Thompson Their predilections surface when ever any possible control casts a blind eye. The complexity of the main theme – separating body from soul- surprised me, since I imagined this story would be more like a ‘Robocop’ remaking or such. The book has a good plot which is character driven. The description of the torture Will experienced stadlerr very graphic, which made for an even better listening experience.

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Okay, so I was very intrigued by the storyline for this book and was very hopeful it would be an exciting story due to the reviews but well Shane, if you’re reading, a Glock 40 uses a magazine, not a clip; the same is true of pretty much all semi-auto handguns. Jan 11, Rita Dinis rated it it was amazing. I stayed up tonight to finish this book.

Exsokeleton is either very talented or has very good editors. It’s excellent storytelling with superb detail and a redeeming sense of human empathy and a championing of personal resilience. Oct 03, Joe Eliot rated it liked it.


Meet Tim Waggoner HorrorLounge. For a brief moment, I even considered dumping the book. There has to be more, and some of the better horror novels have it. I have a bit of claustrophobia and can’t stand anything on my face, so the concept of having this exoskeleton covering your entire body and controlling your every move gave me the willies!

And it did have some promising elements: The hsane that runs the Exoskeleton program has a sinister motive. I suppose with a crime as heinous as rape and assault of a young girl it would force anyone to turn their back on the accused. It is incredibly well written and the premise of the story is original and terrifying.

Sadler hones in on a seemingly irrational yet very real fear of being wrongfully accused and ultimately punished in an often cold, cruel and heartless society.

It’s believable that this is going on somewhere in the world. Exoskeleton has become one of my all time favourite books and is one that I could read again and again.

Sadly I have a feeling this was a one off which is a shame as Shane Stadler did an amazing job with this book and could have taken it further.