Artificial Evil: Book 1 of the Techxorcist
The Number 1 Cyberpunk Bestseller (3rd October--Kindle) Humans are no longer the biggest threat to survival.In a post-apocalyptic future, humanity survives within a single domed city run by a shadowy benefactor known only as The Family. Each week the death lottery claims more lives and Gerry... show more
The Number 1 Cyberpunk Bestseller (3rd October--Kindle) Humans are no longer the biggest threat to survival.In a post-apocalyptic future, humanity survives within a single domed city run by a shadowy benefactor known only as The Family. Each week the death lottery claims more lives and Gerry Cardle, head of the lottery, inexplicably finds himself the next on the list.Something's wrong with the system. A deadly artificial intelligence has breached security. Gerry has just 7 days to live. Forced off the grid, Gerry has to do the unthinkable: willingly leave the city. What he finds in the abandoned lands will shatter his perception of what it means to be human. Everything he had been told before was a lie.In a deadly world of conspiracy, violence, and artificial intelligences, Gerry has to sacrifice everything he loves in order to save it, and time is running out. Book 2: Assembly Code is now out: amazon.com/Assembly-Code-Book-Techxorcist-ebook/dp/B00FH5ZPRG/
Publish date: November 20th 2012
Publisher: Anachron Print
Pages no: 264
Edition language: English
Series: The Techxorcist (#1)
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This is an excellent first book in a series and something that I think should be added to the "must read" book for anyone interested in either cyberpunk or dystopian literature, since this is a crossover into both genre.In the future, after the world has collapsed, citizens live in a Dome with "The ...
First of all, let me wholeheartedly endorse the Blade Runner, Mad Max and Exorcist mentions above. And I'm also going to throw in a heavy dose of The Matrix, a sprinkling of The Amtrak Wars and a hint of Neverwhere. If you enjoyed any of those, you should give Artificial Evil a go. And if you enjoye...
tl;dr version: Fast paced action-filled dystopian cyberpunk, well written, particularly the technological aspects. I totally admit I grabbed this while it was a freebie because of the spectacular cover. (I was very much reminded of an equally spectacular, if spectacularly bad '80s Australian movi...