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Street thug Riko has some serious issues memories wiped reputation tanked girlfriend turned into a tech fueled zombie And the only people who can help are the mercenaries who think she screwed them overIn an apathetic society devoid of ethics What a great surprise I ve read a lot of machine aug SF and dirty dangerous streets fiction to get a little jaded and ho hum but this one has a great flavor from start to finishIt s all about the voice and this woman both the author and the MC is wickedly delicious Do you like awesome insults Snark The whole UF feel all wrapped up in a shiny dangerous nano package that can eat you from the inside or completely destroy you with a complete corruption of the software How about being on the other side of the law running jobs wherever you can or how about landing yourself in so much damn trouble that your street cred and therefore your life is about to be landed in the bottom of a sewer somewhereIt s CyberPUNK yo This is than a traditional but dressed up to be modern cyberpunk novel This is cyberpunk for a brand new generation with the feel of the neon spiky hair without an actual hair job meant to poke someone s eye out Did I mention this had delicious dialogue and text rolls under some of the best throat punches in the businessWell it does

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Necrotech SINless #1

Or regulation where fusing tech and flesh can mean a killing edge or a killer conversion a massive conspiracy is unfolding that will alter the course of the human condition forever With corporate meatheads on her ass and a necro tech blight be Will review better later For now at first I thought this book was going to disappoint I spotted what looked like a few tropes that had me worried and I was anxious over how I was going to like the rest I wanted to love it I really didSo when the rest of the book totally did not at all fall into the tropes I thought I saw coming I was Ecstatic This book is refreshing and fun and awesome Kace is just as fantastic here as she was when she was writing steampunk adventures perhaps even so because I feel like this is really who she is as a writer An honest voice with tons of style and a world that is totally worth getting sucked into

K.C. Alexander ´ 6 Read & Download

Tween her and salvation Riko is going to have to fight meaner work smarter and push harder than she’s ever had to And that’s just to make it through the dayFile Under Science Fiction Viral Hitman | Renegade | Nano Shock | Swear On Your Life Angry Robot has had a way of rewarding us readers with the new and the unexpected when it comes to genre fiction fantasy or science fiction Books that break current boundaries set the stratospheric new heights and also define new sub genres in that process giving us fiction we didn t know we needed Necrotech is the prime shining example of good things to have come out of that process Rebelliously ridiculously good things that rank definitely up there among the best Re defining the scope and boundaries of cyberpunk science fiction thrillers I cannot believe this is a debut I cannot believe K C Alexander hasn t written a book before If this is Chuck Wendig writing under a false pen name I wouldn t be surprised But heck no he s written a glowing endorsement for every foul word that has fountained from under that pen So if you loved Miriam Black series then you will love Rikko The female protagonist whom you will choose to love or hate but just cannot get out of your hair Snarky from deep inside to outer core shockingly violent and as free and foul mouthed a person can ever be She wears her sexuality like a badge doesn t really distinguish between a girl or a guy but just folds it unto her designs to get to her goals with a personality that doesn t win points for being polite or even remotely like able it s a wonder how Rikko gets called up for jobs on the street And what job do you ask She s a splatter specialist in the street Something like an obstacle remover or assassin perhaps In this world where tech integration into your body is an essential way of living religion is just a way to ease up your conscience at the end of bad day and the environmental degradation has forced humanity to seek refuge in Mega cities a bad day for Rikko means she ends up with her memory slate wiped clean watches her lovergirl friend get turned into a tech zombie where the tech or AI sneaks over and takes control of the body through her mind bidding her do ghastly stuff and her reputation on the street goes for a toss she s branded a traitor to the cause of having sold out and abandoned her entire team for money Second book that uses amnesia as a plot device in this month that I m reading but both couldn t have been any different Necrotech is like the eruption of MtFuji drowning you in scalding lava and yet forcing you to suck it up and keep moving forward It s explosive and it s raw KC s writing is like a solid right and left hook combo that leaves you breathless Pacy as hell an engrossing mystery brewing beneath all that blood gore and curses flying all around that kept me hooked to the end The ruthless futuristic world that Rikko is a part of comes alive in a glorious manner throughout the story the tech enhancements the nano tech that helps heal your body the genetic experiments are messy So most characters are characters of color so yeah a lot of diversity here and the names for me distinctly sounded like a mangled up version of Indian names Krouper Kapoor Mallik Nanjali the world itself minus the ozone layer being burned away and prolonged exposure leading to cancer It s all effortlessly a part of the narrative without standing out and I thought this was absolutely cool Coming to the characters of course Rikko stood out First person narrative that allows the readers to get up close and personal insider her flawed and angry head Rikko is an intense character that will overwhelm you With her eruption of feelings and anger issues she s not the most suavest savviest person in the book Nope that title belongs to Mallik cool cucumber Reed but that only made her appealing to me But along with Rikko there were other shining stars Starting with Indigo the linker on her team who s supposed to be the brains of all operations and guide the team on their mission as he s plugged into the information highway and accesses every info bit available about such wasn t the strongest or the coolest around But the raw anguish of having lost his sister to the Necrotech and his mammoth trust issues with Rikko makes for a brilliant characterization Mallik Reed the corporate connect for Rikko who decides to fund roll this new operation for Rikko to uncover her memories and thus the mystery of what really happened to her and her girlfriend now he is a sinister cat alright Ice cool temperament and nerves of steel this guy is someone you don t want on the opposite side of the ring This definitely reads like the first part of a series and therein lies the only grouch I had No payoffs at the end of this book for the mystery Oh we get teasers alright and it only makes life harder There are dangerous glints that can lead off into the speculation alleys but I will rein it in It s a book that you should read Satisfying that massive itch about hard hitting cyberpunk you never knew you had Truly an unexpected pleasure this year


10 thoughts on “Necrotech SINless #1

  1. says:

    What a great surprise I've read a lot of machine aug SF and dirty dangerous streets fiction to get a little jaded and ho hum but this one has a great flavor from start to finishIt's all about the voice and this woman both the author

  2. says:

    This book unapologetically throws cyberpunk into a sweaty ménage à trios with AI madness and Cthulhu cum tech zombie foul mouthed insanity The resultant gun slinging two fisted ass kicking action is non stop as

  3. says:

    Review originally posted at my blog Silicon of the Internet Title Necrotech Author K C Alexander Genre Sci Fi Subgenre CyberpunkTran

  4. says:

    Necrotech is one of those titles that left me feeling particularly divisive KC Alexander included a great number of things that I enjoyed but there were also just enough missteps to disappointPerhaps my greatest

  5. says:

    Necrotech updates 80s style neon and street attitude cyberpunk for the 21st century This is cyberpunk with an emphasis on the punk It's in your face unapologetic no holds barred asskickery If you love the Miriam Black books you'll love Necrotech

  6. says:

    Will review better later For now at first I thought this book was going to disappoint I spotted what looked like a few tropes that had me worried and I was anxious over how I was going to like the rest I wanted to love it I really didSo when the rest of the book totally did not at all fall into the tropes I thought I saw coming I was Ecstat

  7. says:

    Angry Robot has had a way of rewarding us readers with the new and the unexpected when it comes to genre fiction fantasy or science fiction Books that break current boundaries set the stratospheric new heights and also define new sub genres in that process giving us fiction we didn't know we needed Necrotech is t

  8. says:

    45 I was searching for female written female SciFi protagonists when I stumbled across this gem Even better this ualifies as Cyberpunk with the emphasis on Punk very much in the “the street finds its own use for things” kind of way The world is an immersive not too far away future in which climate change among other issues hinted at have forced all humanity to live concentrated in a few protected places mega citie

  9. says:

    Some good old school cyberpunk with a suitably large dash of the punk We've got the usuals deckers fixers runners and the like all with suitably updated identities and new technology at their hands The old school still shows through though with a main character's chrome cyber arm and one of the deckers sorry projectors having the DNI ports in his neck and back This book takes the genre kisses it on the mouth and finishes with a swift kic

  10. says:

    NECROTECH is probably the most entertaining novel I read in 2017 and is the best way I can finish off this year I say this as a huge cyberpunk fan and someone who has often felt the genre has suffered since The Matrix Basically the or