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Tech saved her life. It brought her love. Now it could tear her apart....

"Loved it! Cyber's Escape is an excellent follow-up to Cyber's Change...." (K. Narayanan, Reedsy Discovery)

America, 2055. Cass Armstrong has changed. After being raised by a violently technophobic father, her cyber-enhancements preserved her life while her new girlfriend opened her mind. But as her break from college approaches, Cass lives in fear that a trip home will end in tragedy. 

After escaping detection by the extremist Sapiens Movement, Cass breathes a momentary sigh of relief. But when she discovers her friends and neighbors spying on her and her girlfriend, she considers unleashing the dark secrets that could destroy her father’s hateful organization. If only she wasn’t surrounded by enemies willing to preserve the lie at any cost....

Will Cass break free before her own family spills her blood?

Cyber's Escape is the second book in the engrossing Sapien's Run cyberpunk trilogy. If you like diverse characters, futuristic societies, and heroes battling prejudice, then you’ll love Jamie Davis’s mind-twisting dystopia.

Buy Cyber’s Escape to watch a hero fight for survival today!

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On the edge of my seat in this book.

I enjoyed the 1st book could hardly put it down. The need to know what happens next brings me to get book 3 thank you.

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Cass enters the lion’s den in a stunning sequel

Part 2 of Sapiens Run takes place just after part 1, in which Shelby’s brother was brutally murdered, along with 6 other Cybers, but members of the Sapiens First movement in a show of strength to try and terrify the Cybers. Cass recorded the entire thing on her implant, the implant she received after an accident that nearly took her life, and if she hadn’t received the implants, she would be either dead, or a paralysed vegetable in a coma in hospital. With the end of the Semester looming, and Shelby having returned to her family to grieve, Cass is all alone, facing the prospect of returning to the Enclave all on her own, and with no idea of how to defeat some of the more dangerous traps, especially the Electronic Attack methods designed to take down a Cyber through Brunt Force Attacks on their implants. Each Enclave is protected by a special Firewall, which detects and destroys implants, some just crippling the Cyber, others killing them. The story is broken into multiple different parts, each as thrilling as the next, as Cass goes through each step of what seems like an endless and overwhelming set of tasks to try and penetrate her Enclaves security so she can enter and go home for the break with her Parents and not be discovered as a Cyber. Of course once she makes it home, she realises she is surrounded on all sides by enemies, not her Family and former friends, but people who want to know what she has been doing, did she know anything about the video of the dead men, and what is wrong with her, hanging around with a ‘Sub’ (Short for ‘Sub-human’). Of course, nobody suspects that Cass has an implant, otherwise they might just lynch her on the spot. Cass suddenly finds that she is in a very dangerous situation, as people are willing to go to any degree to get the information they need to find who filmed the video or to discredit it and save the movement. Cass is being spied on at every turn, and even learns they may be going after Shelby. This is an excellent sequel to the first book, following on and building up a full-on tension filled thriller, in which you are just glued to the page, waiting to see what happens next. This book is not just a gripping story, but it is a compelling tale of hate and discrimination, and Davis takes us right into the heart of the movement in this book, showing the complete fanaticism that the ‘cult’ like members of the Sapien’s movement have for their cause and the horrifying lengths they are willing to go to. I will give Davis some credit here, as whilst there is some violence in this book, he didn’t feel the need to make it overtly graphic, and there were no sexual assault scenes that seem to turn up in these type of situations, meaning that the book is suitable for a younger audience (younger meaning teens 13+) just as a guide for anyone interested. It is also an incredibly well written book on how a population can be manipulated into believing that something is wrong or evil, that not only participating in it is enough to make you sub-human, but associating with it is also enough to get you written off as being a sub-human. Sub-human status removes all of your rights as a human, and means you can be killed as something like an animal. It is a really good thing to understand when reading this book that you don’t have to participate directly in the activity to be a part of it, you just have to stand by and let others do evil things to be complicit in these actions, to be guilty of the same things through failure to act, through negligence The descriptions of the fervor of the rallies of the Sapien’s movement is just intense, incredibly powerful, and at times, truly terrifying when you consider that there are rallies that are very similar to this being held in countries around the world quite regularly – with similar sort of prejudicial reasons. This book, this series, is not just a clever bit of writing, but utterly gripping and thrilling as well, you will find it very difficult to put it down until you are done. Davis has created an outstanding dystopian future, and given us an exceptional character driven story of prejudice in a very disturbing view of a dystopian future, and it is just extraordinary, can’t wait for book 3! Sarah Gise again does a brilliant Narrating job with the second book, with exceptional character voices, bringing the characters to life, and not just through their words, but through their emotions as well. This is a very powerful and emotive story, and Gise’s Narration is riveting in showing that fear, passion, and emotion, from both sides of the story. As a Narrator, you have to be able to read the story, and tell it, without your own natural feelings seeping into it, and with a story like this, it would be difficult. Gise does a wonderful job, of creating such emotionally charged scenes, you can feel the tension in the room as some of the different things play out in this book. In other parts, you can really feel the pain of various characters as different scenes play out. Gise is incredibly talented, and is extremely gifted in bringing these stories to life. She also has a great range of character voices, both male and female, allowing you to easily discern different characters talking, which is always great in an Audiobook, especially one as fast paced as this. I have no hesitation in recommending Gise, or the audiobook version of this book, it is outstanding!!