The Cyber Chronicles: Book I: Queen of Arlin by T C Southwell

The Cyber Chronicles: Book I: Queen of Arlin

By T C Southwell

  • Release Date: 2010-12-17
  • Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Score: 4
From 194 Ratings
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When Queen Tassin is forced to flee her kingdom on the backwater planet of Omega V, she has no idea that the strange warrior who helps her is a cyborg; the deadliest hi-tech killing machine ever created. Her world has forgotten the technology that almost destroyed it, but then a freak accident damages the micro-supercomputer that controls Sabre, and he is free to take charge of his destiny…


  • The Cyber Chronicles: Book I: Queen of Arlen

    By samis41
    Briliantly developed plot in a futuristic world thrust back to the Middle Ages after a nuclear holocaust, where an alien cyborg is given the role of protector of a young self-indugent queen trying to evade an unsuitable king seeking her hand and her kingdom. While the character development of the young, immature queen is understandably slow, that of the cyborg undergoes stages of evolution imaginatively weaved within an exciting adventure. Captivating reading! Congratulations T. C.!!!
  • Boring, predictable, no character development

    By gardnern
    This is very possibly the worst book I've ever read. Who wants to read a fantasy book where the title implies it is a sci-fi book? The main character is a 16 year old girl that acts exactly like a 16 year old girl, though out the book. It is completely terrible. Better reads include air sickness bags, refrigerator user manuals and medical text books.
  • Wonderful book!

    By TMDustBunny
    I downloaded this book because it popped up on the free download list, now I'm HOOKED on the series!!! Thank you!
  • Where is book two?

    By Jrhyson
    Really where is it?
  • Want more!!!

    By Normbie
    Read books 1-3 and want the rest! Chomping at the bit!!!
  • Entertaining

    By Ibseloni
    This was an entertaining read. And it's part of a series, so the story continues on. I'm looking forward to seeing how the characters develop in the second book.