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A Cyberpunk Saga: Box Set, Books 1-3

By: Matthew A. Goodwin
Narrated by: Zachary Johnson
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Publisher's Summary

He has discovered their terrible secret, but can he take down the world’s largest mega-corporation before it’s too late?

Orphaned and alone, Moss is happy to have found a place in the world. But his humdrum working routines take a terrifying turn when a mysterious woman breaks into his apartment and hands him a data chip from his dead parents. Suddenly hearing messages revealing his benevolent employer has a far darker side, he braves the dangerous megacity streets in search of the truth.

Surrounded by outcasts and criminals and running on instinct, Moss stumbles onto a rebel group intent on exposing their corrupt oppressors. And though he fears for his life when his old boss has put a price on his head, the naïve man believes the key to taking down the enemy may lie inside the high-tech device…and his own cerebral cortex.

Will Moss’ attempt to fight the power cause him to terminally short circuit?

Now in one place, get the first three books of the international best-selling series A Cyberpunk Saga. If you like everyman heroes, realistic characters, futuristic tech, and immersive dystopian worlds, then you’ll love Matthew A. Goodwin’s mind-expanding epic.

This epic box set contains the first three books of the best-selling science-fiction series with bonus content.

©2021 Matthew A. Goodwin (P)2022 Matthew A. Goodwin

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Entertaining Crew Heist Sof Science Fiction

I got this book because it came up under the Cyberpunk tag, and it didn't really deliver on that front. There are elements of cyberpunk, but I feel like we need to coin the phrase Soft Cyberpunk to describe many of the books that I have listened to under that tag lately.

Some of the elements borrowed from the Cyberpunk genre include: characters with cybernetic limbs or neural implants, mega-corps that govern the planet, oppressed citizens, and a climate that has been trashed. Even though the book includes Cyberpunk elements, I feel like book's tone was too hopeful for a Cyberpunk book.

Part of the cheery tone comes down to the narrator, who did a good job with the voices and made the character expression feel lively. In-world, there is an excuse for this, because the character narrator was not exposed to the hard realities outside of a mega-corp for most of his life.

The other part of the hope and cheer in this book comes down to the book's pacing. The book focuses on action scenes more than world building. There is some world building, but it feels rushed and only serves as a means to get back to the action scenes.

While it may seem like I didn't enjoy the book, I found it entertaining, it just didn't live up to my idea of a good Cyberpunk book. Once I finish listening to a few other books, I will probably try to find the next collection in this series.

Over-all it was a fun read, but fun isn't normally what wrong expect to funny d in a Cyberpunk novel. I would say it is more like a Ready Player 2 than a Neuromancer.

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Fantastic series if you are a fan of the setting

I loved the setting and the character building, I do so hope the author both continues building on this universe and keeps with this phenomenal voice actor.

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Fascinating take

Great story over all although some small parts seemed more like filler then actual story progression. But that only happened 2 times. I highly recommend it to anyone who loved cyberpunk 2077 and needs a fix waiting for the next game or dlc.

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amazing story

great story it was very long and detailed loved the chemistry between the characters really really loved this

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If you’ve just binged Edgerunners!

A must read since I’m sure Edgrunners has you starving for more Cyberpunk. Dive deeper into the lore and enjoy all the things the classic tale has to offer!

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Good value, fun story, a few gripes.

Overall I like this book set. Plenty of time with the characters, good characters, very-good voice acting, and an interesting story arc. Great value for the cost. If you like SciFi, and heist stories, its a good pickup but not a masterpiece.

Ups: the voice actor kills it. Though he reads a little quickly sometimes. The book is quick, and the prose is easy to follow. Lead is relatable, and the supporting characters are interesting. The overall arc is great, and the tone and feel treat the genre with respect. Good dialog, often funny, good drama. Pulls at the heart strings.

Downs: ends abruptly IMO. Feels like it could culminate in something more satisfying. The world is a little more black and white than I prefer, though that may be more of a criticism of cyberpunk as a genre; if you read Necromancer, for example, you don’t find the same, “crops bad and only bad” sort of simplicity. The author does mitigate this sometimes, but it lacks integration with the world itself.

Is it Cyberpunk? It doesn’t have the same concerns that other forms of the genre have, exploring human nature and technology, body modification, etc. Considering the chance to update from the 1990s vision of the tech future, this book also misses a bit. No 3D printing? Crypto? Blockchain? Online Assets, Social media? Hard to imagine a future without it. It isn’t a brutal, almost YA until the parts with explicit violence and sex. It doesn’t have the nihilism of Cyberpunk Edgerunners, the digital landscape of Neuromancer or the high-tech romp of Cyberpunk 2077. But the aesthetics and world-building feel appropriate.

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oh my gosh.

I was expecting a light romp but was treating to a full ride. between the author and reader a full story was laid before me. I am left definitely wanting more. cheers. The writer created so many diverse characters and the reader finished bringing them to life. just wow.

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Predictable and uninspired

This story is so unoriginal. The characters are one dimensional and cliché. All the action is linear and predictable. Just read Neuromancer again instead.

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Feels like a Hampered Wheel.

I really wanted to like this one. Just felt like I was spinning in place & going nowhere though. Tried 5 times to listen...

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Slow start.

this really doesn't hit its stride till book 3.

there are a lot of soft leeps in the early books that could use some polish. that said if this continues to improve going forward i will keep listening, took a while but it is starting to scratch the cyber itch.

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  • James Casey
  • 11-18-22

cyberpunk WOW

slow burn to start but once the characters and narrative were unleashed it's hard to stop listening.
Gibbs what a guy! and well he's just one of the wonderfully illustrations of people that make the listen experience comical yet critical. perfect getaway.

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  • 07-19-22

This hit the sweet spot

This hit me right were it needed. And it checks all the boxers for wanted from a cyberpunk titel. Revulotion , mega corps and punks and guns.

Great narrator to…