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Breakaway by Joel Shepherd - a review star
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.

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

Hammerjack by Marc D Giller - a revew star
Hammerjack is action-filled cyberpunk, the first in a new series

Killswitch by Joel Shepherd - a review star
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.

Pink Noise by Leonid Korogodski - a review star
In a world of digitized minds, a virus keeps posthumans as unknowing slaves.

Prodigal by Marc D Giller - a review star
In Gillerīs cyberpunk novel, 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.

Sliver Screen by Justina Robson - a review star
Anjuli is an AI psychologist and through her work, she begins to suspect that the AI is sentient.

The Resurrected Man by Sean Williams - a review star
A new novel from the award winning Australian author

Whitechapel Gods by S M Peters - a review star
In an alternate version of Victorian England, Whitechapel is cut off from the rest of the country and ruled by two machines in S M Petersī steampunk novel.

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