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Open your eyes, my son, and behold the machinery of the world…

Armando Carrillo has always lived with the nagging feeling that the world wasn’t real, but he never expected to wake up naked in an abandoned underground bunker with a computer screen behind him flashing the words CLIENT DISCONNECTED.

After the discovery that his life in Austin, Texas was nothing more than a
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Published April 8th 2019 by Independently Published
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Daniel Verastiqui Hi Barbara! So glad you scored a copy. You can find my mailing list at https://tinyletter.com/danielverastiqui . I'm also annoyingly active on…moreHi Barbara! So glad you scored a copy. You can find my mailing list at https://tinyletter.com/danielverastiqui . I'm also annoyingly active on Facebook (facebook.com/danielverastiqui) and Twitter (twitter.com/dverastiqui) if you want to follow either of those. Thanks for the question. Can't wait to hear what you think of Hybrid Mechanics!(less)
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Scott Graber
Apr 09, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Have you been begrudgingly perusing political news headlines, day after day, and think to yourself, “this can’t be real”? Hybrid Mechanics, Verastiqui’s 5th installment in the Vinestead Universe, answers back, “what if it’s not? What if this is all a simulation?”

I’ve been following Verastiqui’s work since Xronixle – his first – and I’ve had the pleasure of seeing his writing continuously improve, culminating into this fantastic mix of Cyberpunk Futurism and modern-day existential crises of the
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Nelson
Jul 04, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This was a great read. There are several storylines that are advanced throughout and the way in which everything is brought to resolution was, for me, very satisfying. The book manages to stand on its own, meaning you don’t have to have read the earlier books to enjoy it; however, those who have read the others will have a different and perhaps richer appreciation for what the author has done here. If you’re a fan of sci/fi this is a great read. If you’re a fan of the author’s earlier work it’s ...more
Bob Birlingmair
May 17, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Copy of my review posted on Amazon:
My new favorite book by Daniel Verastiqui. I was wondering since the cover blurb gives away some of what the story is about. But even though you think you know where it's going, there are some surprises. All in all, a fun story and well written. A lot of Austin, TX references, if you're into that.
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Daniel Verastiqui writes dystopian cyber-thrillers from his poorly ventilated home office in Austin, Texas. He is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin with a BA in English, but doesn't really see how that's relevant to you enjoying his books. His "writing deal" is all about exploring relationships and identity in the context of ubiquitous technology, pervasive violence, and frequent ...more