Cyber World: Tales of Humanity’s Tomorrow Book Review

Cyber World: Tales of Humanity's Tomorrow Book Review
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Cyber World: Tales of Humanity's Tomorrow Book Cover Cyber World: Tales of Humanity's Tomorrow
Paolo Bacigalupi (Author), Stephen Graham Jones (Author), Alyssa Wong (Author), Saladin Ahmed (Author), Cat Rambo (Author), Nisi Shawl (Author), E. Lily Yu (Author), Madeline Ashby (Author),
Cyberpunk
Hex Publishers, LLC
November 8, 2016
Kindle and Paperback
246

Review

Cyber world is a book of short stories, with a few having complex and puzzling identities which gives the book an out of this world experience.  These tales are by far some of the most unusual ones I have ever read, it is not your typical run of the mill sci-fi book. No siree, it’s almost like the book is entwined with a robotic presence, which confuses the hell out of me at times. But between all these meshed wires there is a gleam of knowledge, a spark if you will, in it’s nugget, making it an interesting and compelling read, depending on which story you are reading at the time.

Synopsis

Cybernetics. Neuroscience. Nanotechnology. Genetic engineering. Hacktivism. Transhumanism. The world of tomorrow is already here, and the technological changes we all face have inspired a new wave of stories to address our fears, hopes, dreams, and desires as Homo sapiens evolve—or not—into their next incarnation. Cyber World presents diverse tales of humanity’s tomorrow, as told by some of today’s most gripping science fiction visionaries.

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