Entanglement: A Dystopian Sci-Fi Thriller
No implant, no life. Cutting it out may have been a huge mistake, and their hunt for the truth can prove deadly.
Cay thinks he may be going insane. Trying to escape the bizarre mess his life has become, he cuts his very identity out of his palm and flees home, leaving everything he knows and loves behind.
Vietra was only trying to stop a murderer. Devastated by a cruel punishment she didn’t deserve, she sets out on a dangerous journey to free herself, but a frightening darkness she discovers within threatens to push her over the edge.
When their fates intertwine in the criminal underworld, Cay and Vietra get a chance to unravel the mystery of what’s happened to them. They must navigate a ruthless world of lifelike simulations and deadly plants that has been transformed by an inexplicable plague, but they can’t imagine where this strange and perilous path will lead them.
Mind-bending, exciting and unpredictable according to the readers' reviews, this cyberpunk thriller will take you on a ride filled with plot twists, suspense and unexpected turns of events. 'You never really know what’s coming in this one, and that’s what makes it so much fun to read!' Joshua Grant
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About the Author
A sci-fi author, a nomad, a dreamer and a reader on a quest.
After I realized that most of the science fiction I've read was written by men, I decided to discover as many female and non-binary sci-fi authors as possible. I've got a website where I review books by famous as well as indie and self-published writers, create lists, do interviews, etc.
Favorite authors: Lois McMaster Bujold, N.K. Jemisin, James S.A. Corey.
I love a good dystopian sci-fi thriller with a mix of cyberpunk and adventure that dives deeply into the characters' psychology. Black Mirror is a great example of a show that explores grand ideas through a very personal lens, creating an emotional and real experience - a style I try to emulate in my writing.
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