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Dead Dwarves, Dirty Deeds

3.58 of 5 stars 3.58  ·  rating details  ·  64 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Three hard-boiled short stories of crime and violence set in the technological excess of the 22nd century.

Angel: Ross Drake is a cybernetic hit-man who stole millions from his corporation masters. Imprisoned for mass-murder, he escapes with the help of two strange men and a mysterious benefactor. Unfortunately for Drake, they don’t just want a piece of the action. They wan
Kindle Edition, 79 pages
Published (first published September 29th 2010)
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Nov 16, 2011 Brainycat rated it 2 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: People who are looking for books with as much substance as network tv
After seeing some good reviews, I bought both of the books in this series. I read the first short in this volume and I'm not impressed. Perhaps I'm a snob, but I like my scifi to explore the intersections of technology and humanity, and cyberpunk is what happens when you throw both in a blender and tape down the "ice crush" button.

The story I finished reads like a gangster comicbook with some incidental cyberpunk buzzwords thrown in for window dressing. I found it droll and predictable, if at le
There are three short stories that are loosely linked together and do a nice job of introducing the reader to Canyon's future world. It's an interesting blend of noire and cyberpunk, very gritty and violent.
Taylor Preston
A nice collection of interlinked cyberpunk stories set in 22nd century Atlanta. Fast-paced, gritty, and violent. Fun and entertaining without the pretense of trying to be anything else.
I was disappointed that it is basically one short story, and the other is the beggining of Dead Dwarves dont' Dance.
Pure guilty pleasure escapism cyberpunk. Exactly what was I looking for.
Tom Buckner
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