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Left behind by his childhood friend, Aiben ekes out his existence as a cybermancer acolyte and part-time starship mechanic on a backwater world. He leads an uncertain life, until one day, the Zenzani Protectorate invades his home and destroys everything he has ever known. Aiben soon learns that the molecule-sized machines, which augment his body and mind, have a ...more
Kindle Edition, 1st Edition, 331 pages
Published February 26th 2011 by R. David King
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Colton Burbank
Jul 11, 2013 Colton Burbank rated it it was amazing
Okay. I will try not to speak about any characters or anything so as to prevent any spoilers for all potential readers.

I really loved this book. It has a solid story line and keeps itself interesting with something new revealed every few pages.

This is the story of an adolescent boy named Aiben. The story starts as he is looking up to a docking platform on his home planet. We immediately learn that he is looking to see if his best friend Nairom has returned from his leaving the planet. We also l
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Shelves: abandoned
When writing about technology "as magic" you need to know and understand technology. Also, it helps to have good characters and a good story.
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I really liked this story, it was a great epic scifi adventure story. With a strong cast of characters, and a unique, albeit familiar galaxy.
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R. David King lives with his family in the Pacific Northwest where he works for a large international software company by day and dreams up stories to entertain himself and others by night.
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