Into the Violet Gardens by Isaac Nasri (Book Review #1084)

Into the violet gardens is a cyberpunk science fiction story set in the year 2024. The story revolves around dealing with a cold-blooded cartel that has taken over Latin America. Levi, a cyborg on the bureau’s virtual team, gets the mission to deal with them, but as successful it is, the social resentment of the aftermath remains against him.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Soriana, a CIA operative steps in to alleviate the anti-cyborg sentiments and the relationship between the agency and the cyborgs. As things go pear-shaped, the cyborgs seek liberation, and you get to see another side of things that genuinely was intriguing to read.

Seeking a balance between both sides is a tremendous challenge. The author explores the dark reality of things with modern life, technology, human nature and truly delivers in this captivating story.

The world-building stood out for me. I appreciated all the science fiction aspects of the story, and it was apparent how the author made sure everything meshed well together.

I recommend this book to those who like to read sci-fi material.

Written by Jeyran Main

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