What would you do if you woke up with no memory of who you once were, in a body that was not your own, and everyone wanted to kill you?
The year is 2619. The line between man and machine has blurred. Humans routinely live out their days in virtual reality. Robots roam the streets. Drones rule the skies. And cyborgs are common.
Rhea is one of those cyborgs. A melding of flesh and machine. And yet that is the extent of her knowledge. Her mind has been wiped. All that she once was, erased.
She has only two friends in the world. The tech who brought her back from the brink. And his robot helper.
Together, the three of them roam the Wastes between cities. They earn their keep by salvaging spare parts from the Old World. This while trying to stay one step ahead of the mutants that call those plains home.
And then, when Rhea saves the life of another cyborg, her world changes.
She must make a choice. Go with the cyborg and risk it all to help a doomed city. Or flee, turning her back on a world that cast her aside and left her for dead…
If you like Heinlein’s Starship Troopers, Scalzi’s Old Man’s War, and Gibson’s Neuromancer, give Warden a try.Buy on Amazon