Genre: Science Fiction Romance
Release Date: April 15, 2012
Reviewed by: Jasmyn
Rating - 5
Sexual - 3
Jasmyn's review of Book One: C791
Ollie's review of Book One: C791
CarolDee's review of Book One: C791
As you can see, Eve Langlias' Cyborg series is popular around here. In book one we are intruduced to a futuristic world where Cyborgs have revolted and regained their free will. We met a team of them that rescued Chloe and now they are searching for her "sisters". Solus and his team don't really expect to run into one of them at the abandoned asteroid mine, but now that they have, they will do anything to keep her safe and help her remember who she was.
F814 isn't really interested in all that. After she revolted she decided she was just fine continuing to mine on the asteroid, after all, that is what she was programmed to do. But her recent malfunction has given her strange new dreams and nightmares, and she finds Solus strangely interesting. But the humans won't give up their prize so easily, making for a few great combat scenes as well.
Solus and F814 are both afraid of their emotions - they aren't logical - they don't make sense (does not compute). They both fight them tooth and nail, but the emotions are stronger than their programming, but can either of them admit it when they both think emotions are flaws? This was a fantastic addition to the series and I loved it. It's hard to imagine that two cyborgs could be such dynamic and interesting characters, but Eve pulls it off wonderfully. Eve's snarky humor is present throughout and is perfectly placed to really make a few scenes. If you love Sci-fi, you must read this series.
CarolDee's review: F814