Mortimus Walker and The Secret of The White City by Zach Turner

Mortimus Walker and The Secret of The White City

Title: Mortimus Walker and The Secret of The White City
Author: Zach Turner
Genre: Sci-Fi

Buy Link: Amazon



Morty is a One.  He’s been laboring his entire life, but finally it’s his sixtieth birthday.  Time for him to retire his old body and travel up through the clouds to the White City where he’ll begin his new life as a One-Two.  He’ll be given a new body and anything he wants as reward for his service.  But once Processing begins, things don’t go exactly as planned.  Can Morty figure out the secret before he is lost in the System all over again?



Mortimus Walker and The Secret of The White City was a quick read and it captured me the moment I started reading it. Morty had been working all his life and he was promised that on his 60th birthday he would be taken to The White City to live his life as a One-Two which is a person that has done their life as a One and then gone on to The White City.

I love reading futuristic books and this didn’t disappoint. It was very well written and I was left in shock.

A brilliant book and I would definitely recommend it.

5 stars must read


authorAuthor Bio:

Zach Turner is a writer, teacher, and traveler.  He’s a fan of punk music no one else listens to and loves to make people think and laugh.  Often one causes the other and both are essential to living.  He has worked as a game tester and taught as a professor at USC before training nurses as a Clinical Educator.  He now scours the globe looking for adventure and getting hopelessly addicted to nerdy TV shows.

He runs a blog about multi-tasking and finance on and when he’s not traveling (rare), enjoys a good purple margarita in Austin, TX.

Author Links:

Website: (writing site), (blogging site)
Facebook: (writing), (blog)
Twitter: @Zoracle

Disclaimer: I am a book tour host with CM Book Tours. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. The review is my own personal opinions and not influenced in any way.


  1. says

    Hiay! Sci-Fi isn’t normally my thing but this reminds me of something… Is it Logan’s Run, perhaps? (I enjoyed that film so that would be a good comparison, in my eyes, if it’s appropriate). Intrigued now ~ I may well investigate this book further, thank you for posting a review!

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