Scorpion Lord (The Cyber Chronicles, #8)
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Scorpion Lord (The Cyber Chronicles #8)

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Sabre has become a bone of contention between three Overlords, and Myon Two. The Spider Lord, first to encounter him, has found him innocent, but Overlord Ramadaus has declared Sabre to be an abomination, and aids Myon Two in their endeavours to capture the rogue cyber. Sabre, however, has made a particular friend of one Overlord, whose life he saved from a Corsair, a part...more
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Published April 13th 2011 by T C Southwell, via Smashwords
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Vanessa Finaughty
If you haven’t read Book 1 in the Cyber Chronicles yet, do yourself a favour and download it (it’s free). I think Scorpion Lord would make a good standalone read, but it’s much more enjoyable if you already know the main characters. Just be warned that you might find Book 1 so enjoyable that you’ll be compelled to buy the rest of the series, but don't worry: it’s worth a lot more than it’s priced.
Karen Gielen
I couldn't put this one down, this is my favorite thus far in the series. I am concerned however, this series is not going to end. I really love Sabre, but want to know how his story ends. I would read a prequel of Sabre's life prior to this storyline.
Connie Taylor
This again, is an outstanding book that T.C. Southwell has written. Well paced, characters continue to grow, and just downright good! Will be sad to finally finish the last book as I want to continue to read the story of Tassin and Sabre.
This book was a very quick read. I am starting to get worried, though, that TC Southwell is going to never end this series. That might not sound like a bad thing, but it's never good to draw out a story just to keep a series going.
Kathleen Krywokulsky
I love the Scorpion Lord! He is awesome!
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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 novels, rangi...more
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