Cyber Way

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  • Paperback
  • 307 pages
  • Cyber Way
  • Alan Dean Foster
  • English
  • 06 December 2017
  • 0441132456

About the Author: Alan Dean Foster

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Cyber Way Detective Vernon Moody is known for his logical, thorough police work But heis scared, because what started out as a routine murder investigation may endup uncovering the very nature of reality or destroying it forever Best Read Cyber Way by Alan Dean Foster For Kindle ePUB or eBook – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Cyber Way

  1. Derek says:

    Decent SF mystery, with the usual strange anachronisms found in so much near future SF.Detective Vernon Moody must investigate the death of an art collector, and the trail leads to the Navaho reservation in Arizona Along the way, he learnsthan he wants to know of Navaho religious practice in general, and sandpaintings specifically I have no idea if this treads o...

  2. Scott Holstad says:

    I kind of liked this book, wanted to like it , thought it was interesting, but ultimately couldn t finish it because the main protagonist, Moody, was so damn unlikeable My God, he was sarcastic, snarky, bitchy, etc., ALL of the time, and it got damn old, particularly when he was a repeated asshole to his polite temporary Native American partner, Ooljee Moody is sent from his beloved Tampa out to Arizona to help investigate a murder that might have originated regarding Indian artwork and th I kind of liked this book, wanted to like it , thought it was interesting, but ultimately couldn t finish it because the main protagonist, Moody, was so damn unlikeable My God, he was sarcastic, snarky, bitchy, etc., ALL of the time, and it got damn old, particularly when he was a repeated asshole to his pol...

  3. Samuel Lubell says:

    In this book from 1990 Foster has his characters use portable computers called pocket spinners hooked into the web and also function as phones That s right, his police characters are using Internet smartphones And this in 1990, when the real life web w...

  4. Tim Gray says:

    Considering when it was written this book shows some foresight Also I like the mystic sci fi blend of Navajo s and aliens But whilst the writing is good it s Alan Dean Foster after all it lacks the sparkle of many of his other books, and the murder mystery segment of the book is ...

  5. Linda Judd says:

    Cyber Way I finished this borrowed book today It s sci fi with a twist I kept seeing Pokemon characters in the telling of the monster attack parts I like sci fi that has well written characters To me this seemed like an edition for...

  6. Lbaker says:

    Published in 1990, this book is an interesting read It incorporates Navaho sand paintings as an integral part of the plot, which is quite fascinating.It is not much of a mystery, although there is a murder or, the plot issci f...

  7. Mike S says:

    This is an imaginative story where you learn some interesting things about the Navajo native Americans Foster comes up with very imaginative story lines and really great characters This book is no exception It was a little slow paced but still worth reading.

  8. William says:

    Very long winded descriptions and seems to wander all over without going anywhere Would have been better as a shorter book.And yet for all it s long windedness, it fails to actually explore the concept it brings to the table.Not a book I ll be tempted to re read in a few years.

  9. Chris says:

    Didn t feel like it was worth the time I spent It meanders from mystery to sci fi to fantasy and back again, and the ending is sappy and lacks fulfilment Odd since I like a lot of his other stuff.

  10. John Abbott says:

    I read this quite a while ago I found the cover while looking at a couple of other Alan Dean Foster books I remember that I liked the book very much I am probably due for a re reading of it, in which I might change my mind.