The Cyber Chronicles - Book I: Queen of Arlin

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When Queen Tassin is forced to flee her kingdom on the backwater planet of Omega V, she has no idea that the strange warrior who helps her is a cyborg; the deadliest hi-tech killing machine ever created. Her world has forgotten the technology that almost destroyed it, but then a freak accident damages the micro-supercomputer that controls Sabre, and he is free to take charge of his destiny…
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About T C Southwell

T. C. Southwell was born in Sri Lanka and moved to the Seychelles when she was a baby. She spent her formative years exploring the islands – mostly alone. Naturally, her imagination flourished and she developed a keen love of other worlds. The family travelled through Europe and Africa and, after the death of her father, settled in South Africa.

T. C. Southwell has written over thirty fantasy and science fiction novels, as well as five screenplays. Her hobbies include motorcycling, horse riding and art, and she is now a full-time writer.

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Nokhanyo Njokwana reviewed on on Aug. 11, 2019

I guess I'm the only one who found Tassin so annoying that I won't be bothering with this series any longer?? Spoiled, entitled, selfish, unkind...ugh...just terrible and the worst part is that she doesn't get a redemption arc in this book. You have to get the second book to find out if she becomes a better person but she's so thoroughly unlikable that I actually don't want to get the other books to find out. I disliked Draco Malfoy a whole lot less than I dislike this girl. That being said the writing is fantastic but I won't be reading this further.
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Riley Hale reviewed on on May 9, 2014

Hooked, enough said!! :)
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Stuart Oldfield reviewed on on Aug. 20, 2012

I enjoyed the book very much and it was certainly a page-turner. However I did find the heroine a rather annoying character, with whom I had little empathy - maybe she matures & improves in the later novels.
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Ethan reviewed on on Dec. 29, 2011

Good read, very engaging, but like the rest say, will have to buy the rest to find out what happens. On the other hand, getting this much entertainment for free to start off with is a great deal!
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Tiggah reviewed on on Dec. 5, 2011

A great read, but be prepared that if you start you will have to buy the rest of the series to find out what happens. Still very different to what I would normally read but excellent!
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Bill Howe reviewed on on Nov. 25, 2011

I'm hooked. Can't wait to read more from T. C. Southwell.
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R Pasco reviewed on on Oct. 19, 2011

I thought it was great.
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Sheila Whithorn-Farrell reviewed on on Aug. 14, 2011

Loved this series and how she developed the characters. There is such great decription of places and animals you can totally see these worlds. You won't be sorry to read this complete series
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Vanessa Finaughty reviewed on on July 16, 2011

The Cyber Chronicles is filled with dry humour that lightens the dire situation Queen Tassin finds herself in. At the start of the book, she's a spoilt cow who expects to get her way at all times (as all rulers do), yet I found myself liking her as the story progressed, despite not wanting to. Sabre is the perfect companion for Queen Tassin, since he takes no nonsense and refuses to give in to any of her demands if he thinks it will cause harm to her. He's a cyber warrior, after all, whose sole purpose is to protect Tassin.

An enjoyable read that I couldn't put down, as with all this author's books. I recommend this to anyone who can read, even if fantasy isn't one of your favourite genres - this is the author who first hooked me on fantasy, and now I know what I was missing out on all those years and kicking myself.
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melissa nagtegaal reviewed on on May 27, 2011

Just finished reading this book, and once again with all of your books, I couldn' put down my ereader. Great job.
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