Daughter of the Cyber Dragons
A Cyber Dragons Trilogy Book
by C. T. Phipps & Michael Suttkus
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Pub Date 10 Feb 2022 | Archive Date 30 Apr 2022
Crossroad Press, Mystique Press
Keiko "Kei" Springs is a Rider, a specialized form of delivery girl and mercenary all in one. They are among the most highly prized criminals in the dystopian neon city of New Los Angeles. Kei has been running from her past for years and has literally erased it from her mind using a popular street drug called lethe. Unfortunately, you can't outrun your past forever, even on her specialized Nina cybercycle.
Strapped for cash, Kei accepts a job she probably shouldn't after barely surviving a live fire test by a married pair of oligarchs. Teamed up with a group of other mercenaries and cyborgs, Kei is to seek out a stolen computer program that has the power to drive otherwise ordinary individuals to shocking acts of violence. Her team includes her ex, a handsome bioroid assassin, a teenage hacker, and a ruthless corporate exec that all have their own agendas. It'd be the worst time of her life if not for all the ones she can't remember.
The Cyber Dragons Trilogy is set in the same world as the Agent G series and is an exciting action adventure cyberpunk thriller with plenty of humor.
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Average rating from 3 members
Thanks to NetGalley for the ARC! I went into this book knowing nothing but the premise sounded interesting and I was right. The book starts a little slow, but quickly speeds up. Some aspects were a little hard to follow and the character’s motivation seemed to change a few times randomly but overall I found the premise interesting and I think I will read the next book in this series as well.