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Xenochrist (Of Man & Machine Book 1)

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XENOCHRIST is a science-fiction/cyberpunk novel set in the year 2503 and follows tech industry giants Kravac Alntar and Wixspin Atlicke as they struggle with the apparent suicide of one of their closest friends and business partner at ProgKVW, Volz Shimmel. Was her suicide an accident? The duo are thrust into a massive conspiracy involving rebel operatives, closed-off coun ...more
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Published June 25th 2020
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Tanweer Dar
Aug 12, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Real, gritty and powerful Cyberpunk which delves into themes of poverty, social stratification, corporate government (and its consequences) and the fusion of biology and technology (and its consequences, too). It also deals with philosophy and religion quite profoundly.

The geography, and geopolitics, of Earth is vastly different five hundred years in the future when 'Xenochrist' is set. In addition to this, humanity has colonised space. This provides a fascinating setting for a complex storyline
Matt Adcock
Jan 01, 2021 rated it it was amazing
XENOCHRIST is a great hard-boiled sci-fi/cyberpunk thrill ride set in the year 2503. We get to hang out with Kravac Alntar and Wixspin Atlicke two corporate pals who are struggling to deal with the apparent suicide of one of their closest business partners (and friends) Volz Shimmel.

The plot amps up as the two leads investigate the untimely death, was her suicide an accident? If not why did she want to die? And maybe more importantly - why is her data drive playback a vision of Hell?

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N.H. Weber
Jun 12, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
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N.H. Weber was born and raised in a small town along the Puget Sound near Seattle, WA. Nathan is the youngest of eleven children, which at times is a detriment when having to invite family over for the holidays or special events.

In 2004, Nathan decided to travel around the United States in hopes of finding what he felt was missing in his life. Moving to Richmond, VA in 2007, Nathan attended Virgin

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