Join the brilliant hacker Fae Luna and her companions as she battles an unknown foe of unimaginable power. Get ready for an electrifying journey filled with twists and turns, where truth is elusive and nothing is as it seems.
The Cryptopunk Revolution series
seventeen-year-old Fae Luna felt like an isolated prisoner her entire life? She survived the worst of the foster care system by honing her skills as a top-level hacker and thanks to the support of her humanoid robot, Sunny, who is illegally upgraded to a human-level AI. Finally, she’s matched with a foster mom who treats her kindly. Fae slowly lets her guard down until a suspicious tragedy tears them apart. With no flesh-and-blood friends, she is forced to call Blaze, a guild-mate from her online holo-game, who introduces her to a motley crew of rebels and loyalists. When they dig into Fae’s mystery, they discover a far-reaching and deadly conspiracy. Fae promised her dying mother she would never alter her body with a brain implant, but with the Evo, her hacking skills would be unbeatable. Lethal battles and devastating consequences will challenge her vow. Will Fae choose the enhancement or trust her own exceptional mind to defeat a secretive and powerful force threatening all New Americans?
brain-computer hacking to control the minds of influential figures and citizens alike.
Before Director Tempton died mysteriously, he warned of a god-like being who orchestrated everything. He also hinted that Fae herself isn’t human, an allegation that shook her to the core since she wields supernatural powers.
Along with her two closest friends, the cybernetic Naveha and the AI Sunny, she has rebuilt her militia into a mighty force of soldiers, spies, and hackers.
Now, they must race against time to uncover the identity of their powerful adversary, all while battling the corrupt military and betrayals from within.
With the enemy literally in people’s minds, Fae must embrace her powers and their implications to save the clueless citizens, no matter the cost. But will it be enough?