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Nylon Angel by Marianne de Pierres
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Aug 30, 2007

really liked it
bookshelves: cyberpunk, dystopia, cybernetics, sci-fi

In the future Earth, the world has been poisoned into a shadow of its former glory. Normal humans live in city towers away from the poisoned land, but others choose the freedom of living outside the cities. Parrish fled the city to live in The Tert, an area ruled by rival warlords and where cybernetics reign supreme. Her efforts to escape a warlord lead her on multiple escapades, including a run-in with the all powerful Media, who now can act as judge, jury, and executioner upon the public, all in the name of ratings. Like most series written by female authors with a strong female character, it has several strong male characters but no real female balance to Parrish. However, Parrish is a likable character, with her reckless act-before-she-thinks behavior offset by her need to protect those who need her help.

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