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Dead Dwarves, Dirty Deeds

3.68  ·  Rating Details  ·  109 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 it was ok
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
Jun 11, 2011 Brian rated it really liked it
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
Apr 12, 2012 Taylor Preston rated it really liked it
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.
Nov 29, 2012 Bryan rated it liked it
Pure guilty pleasure escapism cyberpunk. Exactly what was I looking for.
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