e-books in Cyberpunk category
by Peter Tylee - ManyBooks , 2005
Corporations control the world, technology allows instantaneous travel, and the ultimate in branded living has arrived: microchip implants for all. But the new era, while peaceful on the surface, comes with a staggering price - individual freedom.
by Cory Doctorow - Tor Teen , 2013
California's economy collapses, but Marcus's past lands him a job as webmaster for a crusading politician who promises reform. Masha emerges from the political underground to gift him with a thumbdrive containing evidence of corporate perfidy.
by Chris Howard - ManyBooks , 2006
Kaffia Lang's an experienced hacker. She's cautious, but her inability to turn down any network cracking challenge often leads her and anyone with her into danger. Alex, new at school, works his way into the mysterious world she's created.
by L. Lee Lowe , 2009
In a slightly alternate world the minds of teen offenders are uploaded into computers for rehabilitation -- a form of virtual wilderness therapy. Zach is a homo cognoscens, one of the new humans who can enter the virtual Fulgrid.
by Allan Regier - Bibliotastic.com , 2011
A speculative satire about the health care industry assuming dictatorial powers in a recognizable near future society. It is the story of one family's brush with the health care regime and what happens to these good people. The trends are in play...
by M. Darusha Wehm - Feedbooks , 2008
The future is boring. Technology has solved most of the world's most pressing problems, leaving people with tedious work and mundane play. Jack's banal life is interrupted when she discovers that her employer's computer system has been invaded.
by Joshua Klein - ManyBooks , 2004
Novel about a teenage boy with two prosthetic legs and a band of misfit body-modders, shamanistic computer hackers, and pharmaceutically psychotic bioscientists. It's also an exploration of someone coming to grips with what they truly love to do.
by Cory Doctorow - Feedbooks , 2005
The story is set in the type of police state needed to ensure that only one company is allowed to make robots, and only one type of robot is allowed. The story follows single Father detective Arturo while he tries to track down his missing daughter.
by Daniel Pagan - Bibliotastic.com , 2011
Nick unwittingly opens a portal from planet Karbonon to NetherWorld; a parallel universe that exists inside his computer. Filled with strange and sometimes hilarious creatures, Nick is convinced that he is stuck in some kind of dream.
by Simon Funk - sifter.org , 2006
If you could upload your mind, where would you put it? A postcyberpunk Extropian sci-fi with psychological and philosophical suspense. The author is an artificial intelligence researcher working on the big questions of perception and consciousness.
by J. L. Bryan - JLBryanbooks.com , 2009
In 2036 the US is ruled by a totalitarian regime controlling all information. Daniel Ruppert, the talking head for the popular nightly news program, begins digging for the truth. His urge to know puts his career, life, and family at risk.