Tech saved her life. It brought her love. Now it could tear her apart…
"Loved it! Cyber's Escape is an excellent follow-up to Cyber's Change..." K. Narayanan, Reedsy Discovery.
America, 2055. Cass Armstrong has changed. After being raised by a violently technophobic father, her cyber-enhancements preserved her life while her new girlfriend opened her mind. But as her break from college approaches, Cass lives in fear that a trip home will end in tragedy.
After escaping detection by the extremist Sapiens Movement, Cass breathes a momentary sigh of relief. But when she discovers her friends and neighbors spying on her and her girlfriend, she considers unleashing the dark secrets that could destroy her father’s hateful organization. If only she wasn’t surrounded by enemies willing to preserve the lie at any cost…
Will Cass break free before her own family spills her blood?
Cyber's Escape is the second book in the engrossing Sapien's Run cyberpunk trilogy. If you like diverse characters, futuristic societies, and heroes battling prejudice, then you’ll love Jamie Davis’s mind-twisting dystopia.
Buy Cyber’s Escape to watch a hero fight for survival today!
About the Author
Jamie lives in a home in the woods in Maryland with his wife, three children, and dog. He is an avid gamer, preferring historical and fantasy miniature gaming, as well as tabletop games. He writes LitRPG, GameLit, urban, and contemporary paranormal fantasy stories, among other things. His Future Race Game rules were written to satisfy a desire to play a version of the pod races from Star Wars episode 1.
He loves hearing from readers and going to cons and events where he meets up with fans. Reach out and say "hi." Visit JamieDavisBooks.com for more books, free offers and more!
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This was a great read and I loved reading it very much. I recommend this story to all who love reading diverse characters and mind-twisting dystopia inyour stories than this story is for you. I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book
This is the second book in this series, and I must tell you that it’s probably one of the better books I’ve read in a while. Why, you ask? Well, the emotions that it elicited from me were wide and varied including anger, frustration, shock (OMG, especially the end!), betrayal, so many feelings (and yes, some good ones, too). I even had to stop reading at a couple of points because I was just so angry. Dystopian/futuristic/NA books aren’t really my favorite, and you would think I wouldn’t like this book, but I did. Great storytelling with an enthralling plot kept me engaged throughout the whole book. Prejudice is ugly no matter who it’s aimed at and this book just shows that…and how it can blind you to the truth. Read this book; it’s well worth a read: entertaining and enlightening. Highly recommend this book, and I received a complimentary copy which I voluntarily reviewed.