Synthetic, Electric Romance

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Sarina Rubik is madly in love. Her guy Cylus is a broke down, Tank-Class Sentinel who loves her back with his every circuit. Yet Sarina, prone to trouble, walks right into a conspiracy on the Morningstar planet Gear. Why are fembots vanishing? Who is the Shredder? Most of all. What are the green skinned Humanoids that lurch around in Volt's shadows?

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About Rodney C. Johnson

Rodney C. Johnson lives in Westbrook, Ct. with his two beagles, Zoey and Bentley, plus the family cat Gretchen. He enjoys reading and writing. He considers himself a “Foodie”. His love of Science Fiction was driven by Star Trek and Frank Herbert’s classic work DUNE.
In his free time, Rodney C. Johnson is an avid collector of books, new or used. Mostly Science Fiction books (Sci-Fi), but he will read anything, provided it catches his interest. It's not about the genre - it is about if the author paints a vivid picture with his words.

About the Series: Neo-human
Humanity’s future, isn’t human…

This is the story of the apotheosis of the human species. Human and machine combine, and in doing so, humanity goes from man into superman. While those who guard God’s throne, are soon replaced in a Heaven like no other, by Stormangels.

Also in Series: Neo-human

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Reviews

Joleene Naylor reviewed on on Feb. 25, 2014

Jack the Ripper meets robots. Or more accurately synthetic life.

Sarina is a Morningstar, a kind of synthetic life form, who's in love with what is essentially a mobile tank unit. But Cylus is more than an old weapon. When he was struck by lightning he developed a consciousness and has been ruled a valid life form by those in power on Gear. He and Sarina lead a peaceful life until fembots start disappearing. Whether by fate or accident (Morningstars don't believe in accidents), Sarina observes some suspicious characters in a dark part of the city. Could they be responsible.

This was a fun, twisty turny novella that kept me guessing. Though it is part of the Neo Human universe, I think you could read this without having read the other books, as there is a list of characters and important "concepts" in the back. But, for fans of the series, there is a surprise cameo by a quickly recognizable character.
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)
Ria Absin reviewed on on Nov. 24, 2013

A great book from a remarkable author. Rodney has the capability of taking you into another world through his words. This book is a must read.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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