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For Agent Ciris, the mission should have been simple: get in, apprehend the target, get out. But when the simple snatch and grab goes horribly awry, the worlds first cyborg finds herself backed into a corner. At odds with her superiors, she becomes embroiled in two conspiracies — one intended to destroy her with a cybernetic virus that will neutralize the technology that k ...more
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Odin
Dec 09, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Synopsis: For Agent Ciris, the mission should have been simple: get in, apprehend the target, get out. But when the simple snatch and grab goes horribly awry, the worlds first cyborg finds herself backed into a corner. At odds with her superiors, she becomes embroiled in two conspiracies — one intended to destroy her with a cybernetic virus that will neutralize the technology that keeps her alive, the other intended to keep hidden the untold secrets of her origin. With the walls closing in aroun ...more
Melissa Hayden
Feb 03, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Ciris and her crew of operatives are on a mission to find and bring in Dr. Leon Quincy, who has become a dangerous computer hacker. The simple mission turns messy and damage claimed by many is beyond belief of The Center, who's now upset with Ciris for her disregard of care to property around her. Ciris is listening to the speech from Director Briggs on her disregard and how the physical damage caused while on cases has become beyond excessive since the accident, then unwillingly and not knowing ...more
Lance Schonberg
Audio fiction consumed through Podiobooks.com.

This was a quick-paced, fun listen and Mr. Haring put together a pretty impressive full cast production (which is a tonne of work for anyone who doesn't realize it).

Spoiler free, this is near future SF when cyborgs are just starting to become a reality in the conventional SF sense and the most advanced of these, Ciris, is an agent of a shadowy law enforcement agency and as many mysteries surround her and her origins as the mission that blows up in he
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Jeremy
Dec 20, 2012 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
I started out liking the story, and if I'd read it (as opposed to listening to it) I may have ended up with a more favorable opinion of the book. The central plot was good, but when Ciris started being emotional (or, more realistically, just "emo") the audio portrayal was just whiny. I feel that Minh(sp?) was supposed to be the character that you identify as stable to carry you through the parts where you stop identifying with Ciris, but I hated any part where Minh had dialog.

I did finish it, ju
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Laith
Cybrosis is a very enjoyable story in the cyberpunk genre.

P.C. Haring tells an enthralling tale of dark conspiracies, in an very detailed near future world.

I really enjoyed this story in the original podiobook (podiobooks.com) I was thrilled that the edited for print version was just as enjoyable a read as the audio version was to listen to.

I will be writing up a more complete review for release at another outlet. I'll add a link once it is up.
Bruce
Mar 29, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Cyberpunk and science fiction reader
A good story by a new author supported by a wonderful voice cast of strong writers and podcasters. The production value is also very good as is the mix of narration and character interaction. PC's timely reveals leave enough room for the reader to try to construct the backstory on their own but not so much room that the reader ever wanders around lost. Thanks PC for lightening my commute.
Jeffrey Paris [was Infinite Tasks]
While this was being released in weekly episodes, I waited eagerly each week, and was amazed time and again. The action and plot are tightly written, and the contributing voices a stellar! As much as I like Nathan Lowell's podiobooks, I started missing Cybrosis the day that it was completed.
Arlene Bro
Dec 14, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I listened to this book a while ago, and before I knew it it was over.
it was a clear story, and how can you go wrong with a cyborge female, a tech guy, and constant action.
I don't think I need to say more about it, its a good fun story.
Davis Emmanuel
Mar 01, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This was so good. I would definitely enjoy more in the universe.
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A fan of Science Fiction from an early age P.C. Haring has always been one of those who looked up at the night sky and wondered “what if…”

P.C. Haring made his debut as a writer and podcast novelist on 01/01/10 with Cybrosis. This production met with a strongly favorable response that propelled it to number four on the Podiobooks.com Top Ten list when it was re-launched there that October. His audi
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