Android: Strange Flesh [NOOK Book]

Overview

Set in the strange future of the Android universe, Matthew Farrer's Strange Flesh breathes life into a world where humanity is fused with technology, and conspiracies, corruption, and danger riddle the streets of New Angeles.

While the world has changed, crime has not. A tangled web of lies and corruption surrounds the New Angeles headquarters of Jinteki, a massive mega-corporation that leads the industry in cloning technology. When corporate ...
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Android: Strange Flesh

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Overview

Set in the strange future of the Android universe, Matthew Farrer's Strange Flesh breathes life into a world where humanity is fused with technology, and conspiracies, corruption, and danger riddle the streets of New Angeles.

While the world has changed, crime has not. A tangled web of lies and corruption surrounds the New Angeles headquarters of Jinteki, a massive mega-corporation that leads the industry in cloning technology. When corporate watchdog and media blogger Tallie Perrault stumbles upon evidence of a shocking coverup, she begins to unravel a conspiracy with world-changing implications. Now, Perrault must share her story with veteran NAPD detective and troubled psychic Caprice Nisei. But can these two women uncover the truth before it’s too late?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014915366
  • Publisher: Fantasy Flight Games
  • Publication date: 7/17/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 347
  • Sales rank: 780,261
  • File size: 905 KB

Meet the Author

Matthew Farrer has spent most of his life in and around Canberra, Australia and is a member of the Canberra Speculative Fiction Guild. He has written a number of novels and stories for Games Workshop’s Warhammer 40,000, Warhammer Fantasy and Necromunda settings; this is his first novel for Fantasy Flight Games.

He blogs at matthewfarrer.wordpress.com and Tweets as @FullyNocturnal.
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  • Posted November 19, 2012

    This book is terrible - Skip it

    What I was looking for: A Sci-Fi detective novel. What I got: A story about the adventures of three morons. The only "detective" in the story is a police officer doing an interview. The entire story is literally what the suspect says in the interview. And it isn't very interesting. It was the story of three morons who try to blackmail a powerful corporation. It wasn't suspenseful, it wasn't deep. It didn't even make the most use of a very interesting (if you read the other Android books) setting.

    And this is from someone who loved "Free Fall" and "Golem". I didn't realize how good those books were until I read how bad a book can be in this one.

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