Book Reviews

Shiny Metal Boxes: The Wormholescope Chronicles, Entry: One

2079
Humans depend on AI, including eyeGo, a visual implant installed from the age of nine.
When a mysterious illness known as Jobs Disease incapacitates millions, Emma Castle, a bright eyeGo health technician, is reassigned to investigate a possible link between the implant and the affliction.
As the disease continues to spread at an alarming rate, Emma uncovers a potential conspiracy that could rock both mankind and technology forever.
Teaming up with a private investigator, a hacking and deepfake specialist, a senior member of The Milky Way Library, and a million-dollar AI assistant, Emma races to stop the devastation before it’s too late.
Shiny Metal Boxes, the first installment in The Wormholescope Chronicles, is a science fiction novel that delves into the chaos born from humanity’s addictive inventions.

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The Omegastar Connection

A thrilling cyberpunk space adventure!
Lance and his android partner, Cee, are fixers, the people that get their hands dirty for the mega-corporations that span across the known universe. When a simple security job escorting the son of an important Hayes Corporation shareholder back to his home from vacation goes sideways, the pair set off to get the boy back. Who ordered the kidnapping, and why? Things are not as they seem, as a conspiracy spanning further than Lance ever could have imagined comes to light.

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Reality Testing: The Sundown Series: Book One

Welcome to Berlin. Population: desperate. In the throes of the climate crisis, the green tech pioneers are king, and if you aren’t willing to be their serf then you’re surplus to requirements.
Carbon credit for sleeping on the job. That’s the offer a dreamtech puts to Mara Kinzig, and she jumps on it. After all, the city ain’t getting any cheaper.
Then somebody changes the deal while she’s dreaming in the tank.
Now Mara has a body on her hands, an extra voice in her head, and the law on her tail. Only the Vanguard, a Foreign Legion of outcasts seeking an alternative path in the dust between the city states, might be able to help her figure out what went wrong.
First, though, she’ll have to escape the seething streets of Berlin alive.