Auxiliary: London 2039 by Jon Richter delivered a cyberpunk thriller featuring a noir detective. The story shares a riveting murder case dealing with artificial intelligence. Find out why I recommend adding this one to your TBR reading pile…
Day One by Nate Kenyon
Day One by Nate Kenyon is an eerily plausible science-fiction thriller that keeps you on the edge of your seat as we experience the first day of a cyber takeover in the heart of New York City. The synopsis says Cloverfield meets the Terminator and that is exactly what Kenyon delivered. Three word review: thrilling, terrifying and past-paced.
Fate’s Mirror by M.H. Mead
Earlier this year I read M.H. Mead’s novel The Caline Conspiracy and commented on how cool I thought Morris the hacker was and that I’d love to read more about him. The author gifted me Fate’s Mirror and I finally got his story. Filled with conspiracy, a little romance and some cool sci-fi that had me questioning humanity this was a fun read for me.