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20 November 2017 |United Kingdom

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CYBORG by JCH Rigby

It started as just another assignment

Combat journalist, David Chambers, must expose the terrifying truth of the corporations despicable plans for humanity and tell the story of the Cyborgs.

 

Prior to his SF novel series set in the galaxy of The Deep Wide Black, JCH Rigby (Charlie) wrote well-received short stories and professionally-performed plays, on subjects as diverse as a comedy about a medieval bishop who takes up piracy, and a satirical near-future in which motorbikes are forbidden until a covert brotherhood of bikers reclaim their ancient freedoms.

 

The publisher on Cyborg:

Cyborg is a military science fiction thriller which portrays a dystopian future of corporation greed, exploitation and deadly secrets.” – PP Corcoran

In the 1990s Charlie published and edited the science fiction and fantasy magazine Far Point. Later, he developed “Nano Futures,” mini short stories which distil SF tropes into one hundred words.

Charlies’ book Cyborg is a fictional thriller where he introduces a dystopian future of untouchable, greedy corporations in control of human colonized worlds.

Invited by big-hitting corporation ARTOK, David Chambers, visits the planet Parnassus to report on the ‘Human Enhancement Programme’ when he witnesses the unthinkable, a crash site of an alien ship. Before Chambers can digest the scene, a rival corporation invades, and Chambers barely escapes with his life. Chambers retreats to the safety of his habitat accompanied by Richter and his team, but, he is unaware of the extent of the corporation’s reach. On their arrival, they are arrested and only Chambers is released, but not before he is threatened into silence.

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