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You Can Be a Cyborg When You're Older

Narrated by: Arielle DeLisle
Length: 11 hrs and 44 mins
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In the bleak future of West Angel City, Vanity Rose is having a great time. She has a loving robot caretaker and a fake elf for a sister, and she roams the walls of West Angel's endless skyscrapers every night, thanks to her precious gravity shoes.

What Vanity doesn't have are money and adventure, but she has a plan to get both. She's going to walk the dark side, joining the thieves and mercenaries who get paid to do all the little jobs that make a corrupt city go around. She'll only have to deal with killer robots, vengeance-crazed and not very bright computer programs, cyborg vampires, telepathic capybaras, and mean girl mech pilots, and have every homemade weapon in the city pointed at her.

Fourteen is old enough for that, right?

©2020 Richard Roberts (P)2020 David N. WIlson

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  • 07-10-2020

Meh

Supervillain books are way better. Main character is truly a very young teenager with all of the faults you have at that age. Constantly getting into trouble with wild mood swings. Nothing special. The world building was excellent as usual. All of the other characters were extremely interesting. Too bad the book wasn't about one of them. I still think the author is very talented and will try his books in the future.