Ravenhawk (The Emeralis Synth Chronicles, #1)
Ravenhawk
Ravenhawk by Lexy Wolfe
Author
Lexy Wolfe
Series
The Emeralis Synth Chronicles
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ISBN Numbers:
Hardcover: 978-1-64397-023-3
Softcover:  978-1-64397-024-0
Ebook:        978-1-64397-025-7
LCCN: 2019938919

Page Count: 236
Release Date: 10/24/2019
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Fiction / Science Fiction
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Some heroes aren't born…they're made

Why? The simple question asked by Ravenhawk, the creation of a corrupt corporation used to covertly infiltrate and steal data—or lives—at her creator’s orders resulted in the synth escaping their control. Unsure what her purpose for existence was, she nevertheless wielded her considerable combat abilities to cost those hunting her dearly.

Viktor Chernovich, in desperate need of a webrunner to keep his reputation as a fixer from utter destruction, reaches out to the infamous "murder-bot" to hire her. With embedded technology so ubiquitous that lacking it is considered treasonous, Ravenhawk is perplexed confronting her first pure human. Together, they discover something even more terrible than the insidious corruption of the world governments by corporations.
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“Wolfe has written a spell binding masterpiece. It's a believable tale about a cyborg future we could easily go towards. I enjoyed the characters and the plot development. I look forward the the sequel.
Anthony Philo, NetGalley Reviewer