The Sci-Fi Detective Thriller Gets Cool...Liquid Cool!
Liquid Cool Book #1 is the FIRST-IN-SERIES action-packed (and funny) sci-fi detective series.
Meet a private eye with a cool hat, laser gun, and attitude. But don't touch his red hovercar -- or you could get shot!
Enter the high-tech, low-life world of Liquid Cool as Cruz faces off neon gangsters, sinister cyborgs, corporate samurai soldiers, and laser-gun shootouts while solving his cases in the rainy supercity of Metropolis. It's more gritty action and dark humor than you can handle.
In the debut novel that started it all, author Austin Dragon shows why you never want to meet a cyborg in a dark alley.
Liquid Cool is cyberpunk reimagined. It's cyber-noir. It's science fiction meets the detective thriller in an ever-rainy world of mega-skyscrapers. Hovercars fly above in the dark, bustling skies and gray people walk below on the grimy, flashy streets of this "neon jungle." Metropolis isn't a bad place, but it isn't a good one either. Uber-governments and megacorporations fight for control of the supercity, but so does crime.
It's here we meet Cruz, our private eye (and unlikely hero), in this supercity with a million victims and perpetrators.
Sci-Fi Gets Cool…Liquid Cool!
So grab Liquid Cool today and begin your action-filled and funny sci-fi detective adventure with Cruz and company!
˃˃˃FIVE STAR REVIEWS
"Lots of shooting, lots of crazy maniacs, lots of action and fun!"
"I loved this book. It takes place in the future, and what a weird future."
"A funny, intelligent (and sometimes crazy) main character…playing detective"
"Cool and Smooth."
"Too much fun!"
"This is probably one of the very best cyberpunk novels I've ever read!!"
"Page Turner. Constant excitement. The best in 35 years of reading!"
"Delicious Stew That Is Part Sci-Fi, Part Detective, and Part Humor – It is hard to combine two genres into one novel. It is even harder to combine three. Part of the trick…is to know when to back off on each single genre so that the combination, while less than full in any one genre, is a good combination. Austin Dragon uses that trick… this novel would get about three stars in each genre alone, but the combination well deserves five!"