Liquid Cool: The Cyberpunk Detective Series (Liquid Cool Book 1)

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Liquid Cool: The Cyberpunk Detective Series (Liquid Cool Book 1)

Liquid Cool: The Cyberpunk Detective Series (Liquid Cool Book 1)

A Cyberpunk Thriller To Keep You on the Edge of Your Seat!

Liquid Cool is the action-packed (and funny), cyberpunk detective series.

How Much is One Life Worth?

In the sci-fi/cyberpunk detective series, author Austin Dragon shows why you never want to meet a cyborg in a dark alley. Liquid Cool is a cross between Blade Runner and the Maltese Falcon. There is plenty of gritty action, suspense, thrills, and even a few laughs.

It’s cyberpunk reimagined—an ever-rainy world of colossal skyscrapers, hovercars, flashy neon streets, and futuristic mechanization. Metropolis isn’t a bad place, but it isn’t a good one either. Uber-governments and megacorporations fight for control of the fifty-million-plus super-city, but so does crime.

We meet Cruz, our private eye (and unlikely hero), in this super-city with a million victims and perpetrators. Watch out for tech-tricksters, analog hustlers, and digital gangsters—psychos, samurais, and cyborgs aplenty. Visitors have a way of becoming permanent attractions.

Welcome to the high-tech, low-life world of Liquid Cool.

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˃˃˃FIVE STAR REVIEWS

“Lots of shooting, lots of crazy maniacs, lots of action and fun!”

“I loved this book. It takes place in the future, and what a weird future.”

“A funny, intelligent (and sometimes crazy) main character…playing detective”

“Cool and Smooth.”

˃˃˃Check out all of Author Austin Dragon’s books in sci-fi, classic horror, and more here http://www.austindragon.com/books-of-author-austin-dragon

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˃˃˃Here’s the sci-fi/cyberpunk meets the detective series for you! Grab your copy of Liquid Cool today.


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  1. 12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Liquid Cool is totally cool, September 10, 2016
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    Carole P. Roman (NY) –

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    Liquid Cool is totally cool. In a bleak, futuristic world where humanity is split between the good and the bad, the haves and have-nots, Cruz is trying to carve out a place for himself as a private detective. In typical anti-hero style, he is living on the fringe, waiting to get his license to prove to his future in-laws he’s a worthy son in law for their daughter Dot. Big business and big crime rule this place leaving the population wrapped in an insular world where they isolate themselves with headphones and other devices. Dragon’s world building is stylistic, he captures the rhythm of the people and the streets, the book is fill with wit and humor. His descriptions reminded me of Total Recall, with a dash of Minority Report and a sprinkling of film noir as well as seventies television detectives thrown in for good measure. Was it cliched? Yep and that was part of the fun. Filled with humor and testosterone driven excitement, Liquid Cool was pure fun and a great way to spend the evening.

    I received a copy of this book to read voluntarily.

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  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Liquid Cool Consulting Agency . . . when everything is liquid, but NOT cool., April 27, 2017
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    Steve Hall (Rapid City, SD) –

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    Liquid Cool is totally cool, in a cyberpunk cool way. Set one or two hundred years in the future, humans have expanded to space. But most are still on earth, living in mega-cities of hundreds of millions. The largest is Metropolis, home to half a BILLION souls. The story has a bit of a Blade Runner vibe, as far as the atmosphere is concerned. People live day to day, every day the same as the last. And everyone dreams of going Up-Top (that is, off Earth). But that costs more than any of them will make in several lifetimes–even the multimillionaires. Enter Mr. Cruz . . . just an ordinary guy, trying to get by, until a friend of his dies in a shootout with police. Or so everyone wants Cruz to believe . . . but he’s suspicious, and has OCD (and is a germophobe in a filthy megalopolis, to boot!) . . . so he grabs on to the case like a dog with a bone, and he’s not going to let go until he’s involved the whole police department, City Hall (including the Mayor and Chief of Police) and every gang in Metropolis. The twists and turns are anything but predictable, and it’s very, very hard to put this book down for more than a couple minutes. (It’s such a great book, I bought it again as part of the 3-book Kindle deal!)
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  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Delicious Stew That Is Part SciFi, Part Detective, and Part Humor, April 30, 2017
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    It is hard to combine two genres into one novel. It is even harder to combine three. Part of the trick, in my view, is to know when to back off on each single genre so that the combination, while less than full in any one genre, is a good combination. Austin Dragon uses that trick. His science fiction is good, but incomplete, the amount of detection by his detective is less than in a full-blown detective novel, and his humor comes and goes more frequently than in a full-blown humor novel. So this novel would get about three stars in each genre alone, but the combination well deserves five — if those reading it are willing to let go of the parts he leaves out. I actually remained skeptical through the first chapter or so, precisely because the novel was skipping elements required to make it complete in any one of its three genres. But after a few chapters, I got into the spirit of what the author was doing and enjoyed a delicious stew of the parts of each genre he chose to include. I hope we will be reading more adventures of the detective and his friends in the near future.
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