COULD YOU BETRAY EVERYONE YOU CARE ABOUT TO PREVENT A WAR?
The Blind Spot exists in defiance of Scala City's dystopian big brother regime. It occupies a small sector in the city, and those who live there believe in their right to privacy. Scala City believe if you've done nothing wrong, you have nothing to hide. But the Blind Spot have hackers that could bring the larger city to its knees. This is why it's never spilled over into all-out war. Until now …
A terrorist attack on Scala City's main plaza has tipped the delicate balance. There is only one person who can halt the conflict before it begins …
Marcie Hugo, daughter of the Blind Spot's leader, and the district's best kept secret. Cybernetically enhanced, she's faster, stronger, and smarter than most. But more importantly, she's invisible. Protected and hidden away by her father for the majority of her life, she's in the unique position to move between the Blind Spot and Scala City unnoticed.
With the best hacker in the city on her side, and while the rest of the Blind Spot prepares for a bloody war, Marcie gets to work …
To avoid total annihilation, she will have to betray everyone she loves, starting with her father …
And even then, her chances of success are slim …
Join Marcie in a race against time as she turns over every neon-lit inch of Scala City and The Blind Spot in a quest to discover who's trying to destroy her home and why. And even if she is successful, with the number of ties she's severed, how much of a life will she have left to return to?
The Blind Spot: Neon Horizon book one is a fast-paced cyberpunk thriller. If you like dazzling neon dystopian landscapes, where entertainment, credits, and the latest street drugs are all worth more than human life, then you'll love this hard-hitting grimy glimpse into the hyper-cities of the future.
A very possible outcome, a mechanical human world?
Science fiction at its best. Human society divided by acceptance of mechanical augmentation or complete rejection of artificial/ mechanical part to extend or improve life. Two cities separated by ethics and ideology. Could be us in the near future?
The blind spot
Wonderful reading with a great twist
I’m sorry, I know it’s a ton of work to write but this simply is not good. Characters are not like able, 100 pages in and I still have no idea what’s going on with references to some software system mixed with extreme violence. This is plainly just poor writing.