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Recommended SF - Cyberpunk

Recommended Science Fiction Books - Cyberpunk & Anthologies
Here are a few suggestions for cyberpunk or you can browse the SF/Fantasy Book Reviews at BellaOnline.
Also see:
-Recommended SF - Space Opera & Space Travel
-Recommended SF – general

Little Brother by Cory Doctorow – a review
Cory Doctorow´s young adult science fiction novel Little Brother questions the all too possible future in which the Department of Homeland Security´s policies of paranoia and fear usurp the rights of ordinary people. This is on my highly recommended list!

Cyberabad Days by Ian McDonald - a review
Cyberabad Days is a collection of short stories by award winning author science fiction Ian McDonald. All of the stories explore a future India, one which I have learned, is featured in his novel River of Gods. This is a place where the mystical past mingles with the technologically advanced future, replacing djinns with aeais and gods with genetically manipulated Brahmins.

Sagramanda by Alan Dean Foster - a review
Taneer Buthalee decides Sagramanda is an excellent place to hide after stealing a genetic engineering secret worth billions. He intends to sell it to the highest bidder, but his ex-employer wants it back.

Hammerjack by Marc D Giller
The government is controlled by the Collective, a group of corporations. Cray Alden is a former hammerjack, a hacker, who now works for the Collective who is sent on a misson to retieve some data stolen by a hammerjack.

Prodigal by Marc D Giller
Corporate spook Lea Prism and her team discover a high tech lab where subjects in immersion tanks seem to be linked by some sort of hive mind.

Resurrected Man by Sean Williams
Officer Marylin Blaylock is investigating a serial murderer with an interesting alibi—all sixteen victims are still alive.

Cassanrda Kresnov series by Joel Shepherd
Crossover, the first book in a new science fiction series written by Australian author Joel Shepherd, follows Cassandra Kresnov, an artificial human.

In the city of Tanusha two factions-- the Federation and the League-- are battling for control. Caught in the middle is Cassandra Kresnov, an artificial human created as a hunter-killer by the pro-biotech League.

The latest Kresnov novel picks up two years after President Neiland reveals her intention to make the Callayan capital of Tanusha the center of the Federation.


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