il cyborg divina :: The Cyborg Divine (TSODR 39)

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The world is ending, the Dragons are taking over and Zzysra, a Cyborg made by Perch Tech, questions why she can't live past her Undyear.

::This is the 39th ebook in The Society On Da Run series::

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Words: 2,230
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476395418
About Poni

PLEASE NOTE: all stories published before the 2016 are under construction for the 2016 re-branding and re-editing. If you buy a story now you will be able to update to the 2016 version.

I am a poetess who likes to write about Space Dragons
and I WILL make it "work."
My stories are mostly flash fiction, short stories and (best of all) poetry.
I'd love to one day have my own panel at Comic Con where I can
do book signings and talk about the world I created. An author can dream a reality!

Please support me by buying my e-chapbooks.
$1 or more can go a long way ^.^
I want to continue to share my writings with the world.


Song of Inspiration: Saigo no Koi (Last Love) by ALI PROJECT
Listen to the song that inspired the story.

Within Temptation: Memories
This song goes great with the story and it's setting.

Also in Series: The Society On Da Run

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Review by: Annie Jonas X on July 07, 2012 :
The cover was a sort of combination of punk and anime. It was definetly eye catching but I couldn’t say I loved it. It didn’t seem to match the story but it was pretty

This was a short novella. It was one of the many in the series.

It was in poetry form and flowed very eloquently.

It was confusing at first and then all the pieces fell in place and it was easy to understand. The way it was told was cool and more different than what I usually read. Since the main character was a cyborg, it was like a machine was documenting its life in the first few pages. The middle was interjected with a point of conflict and cool literary elements like letters and mechanical codes. It was quite engaging. The story then progressed with all the elements of a true story being thrust in: love, sacrifice, and destruction.

I could easily see how this could be a full blown story. It was a nice, engaging read. The ending was beautiful as it was told by the scientist Quinn and it could not have been more perfect.

All together, a very satisfying novella and it would be ten minutes well spent if you read this.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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