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Her Cyborg Awakes (Diaspora Worlds Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Having read quite a few Cyborg books by other authors may have falsely set my expectations... sometimes I need to remind myself each author gets to set their own rules -- and once I remembered that, and discovered what Ms. Aires had in store for her readers, and characters, I found I really was enjoying the trials and travails she had put her poor characters through. As I so often find myself thinking, "oh am I glad I'm not a character in this author's universe!"
A fun one night read that had me quickly checking my e-reader to see if I have the next book in the series as I want to see where things are going, while it was, technically, a done-in-one, I most definitely wanted more, and would have been happier with more here.
I also enjoyed the strength of Sabralia. It took a lot of strength for her to accept and then endure her situation. It also took strength and courage for her to follow up and take the actions which ultimately lead her to happiness. She seemed to have a never ending series of obstacles to overcome on her way to happiness, yet she was able to find ways to overcome them.
I don't want to give away the story, so I won't get into the surprises relating to the cyborgs. I did, however, enjoy the twists and they added to my enjoyment of the story.
The story itself was much like many sci-fi romance stories. There were obstacles to overcome, things to learn and understand, and unexpected issues caused by family. The story itself was interesting, but at times I did have to make a bigger leap of faith than usual.
Overall, if your into sci-fi romance and cyborgs, I recommend the story.
The sex was boring, the action was flat. I didn't care for it.
Furthermore, the book was pretty predictable from start to finish, and there was never enough back story on any of the characters to move them from being typical, cliche 2-D characters to interested, well-developed 3-D characters that you could really root for. I would have liked to see more back story and stronger character development.
The plot, too, was rather predictable, and there wasn't a single event that I didn't see coming pages and pages beforehand. There just wasn't really enough to set this book apart from all of the other space age, colonial/imperialism novels.
Also, I have to say that the names were just a smiiiidge ridiculous. I don't mind exotic names, but I kind of got the impression Ms. Aires was trying a little too hard. (Plus, really? The brothers all having the exact same first letter in their names? That was just a little absurd, unless their mother was a bit crazy. If there was a legitimate reason for the namings, I really would have liked to know. I couldn't keep who was who straight in my head because their names were so darn similar.)
There were also a few grammar/spelling errors--not enough to be obnoxious, but enough to be distracting here or there.
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