Justin Robinson
Nerve Zero
January 14, 2020 Comments.. 576
Nerve Zero Idriel Ramirez has returned home haunted by the shame of being a conscripted pilot for the New Terran Empire Haunted by the shame that he s felt the sky Once respected as a nerve now he s just press
  • Title: Nerve Zero
  • Author: Justin Robinson
  • ISBN: 9870983579526
  • Page: 492
  • Format: Paperback
  • Idriel Ramirez has returned home, haunted by the shame of being a conscripted pilot for the New Terran Empire.Haunted by the shame that he s felt the sky.Once respected as a nerve, now he s just pressed Few in Hinden, clouded jewel of a fallen empire, will even look him in the eye.Drawn into crime and mystery by Ausiel Montoya, an old itch, Ramirez tells himself he s floaIdriel Ramirez has returned home, haunted by the shame of being a conscripted pilot for the New Terran Empire.Haunted by the shame that he s felt the sky.Once respected as a nerve, now he s just pressed Few in Hinden, clouded jewel of a fallen empire, will even look him in the eye.Drawn into crime and mystery by Ausiel Montoya, an old itch, Ramirez tells himself he s floating through Hinden s steel nest of assassins, pscyhos and cultists because of what the money she promised can buy him years off his indenture.But as he delves deeper into the heart of his wretched homeworld he finds the secret she s carrying is as big as the secret at core of Hinden And just as dangerous.
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    1. J. Ringo says:

      After being able to read a teaser for this book ages ago, I ve been waiting patiently for the full novel to come out And you know what It was well worth the wait Not only is there both fascinating science fiction and gripping noir, but Ramirez is an utterly original character that you almost never see in science fiction stories of any kind.Robinson not only creates a sense of danger and conveys the characters desperation from the very beginning, but manages to keep the momentum going throughout [...]

    2. Scott says:

      I ve been a fan of the SF noir sub genre since I first laid eyes on Bladerunner oh so many years ago In Nerve Zero, Robinson has developed an environment so claustrophobic you can feel the pressure on its downtrodden protagonist from page one You ll pick up the jargon and unique details of the world within the first couple chapters and find yourself fully immersed and unable to put the book down.

    3. Leila says:

      A peek into a fascinating future Much like getting drawn into a whorl on Typhon, I found my interest in both the story and the world it takes place in growing the closer I got to the end I m always interested in reading new science fiction, and this story offers plenty of context necessary vocabulary described nicely in the glossary at the end if you don t manage to pick it up as it s used , interesting characters, and fascinating descriptions of what it might be like for a human to grow up in z [...]

    4. Mana Taylor-Hall says:

      Superb Noir Science Fiction Life is CheapIdriel Ramirez is a classic Robinson hero intelligent but not brilliant, quick but not superhuman, noble but flawed A person with an essential skill for the universe he lives in but an outcast from the society to which he should belong When Ramirez s ship pulls into his homeworld of Hinden, he runs directly into an old friend with a problem and is willing to pay for him to fix it When that old friend disappears Ramirez is drawn back into the labyrinthine [...]

    5. Holly says:

      Nerve Zero, the third book that I ve read by Robinson, is noir of a different color ahem Nerve Zero is definitely a Robinson book, gritty fast paced noir, yet this time with a sci fi setting, almost cyber punk I must admit that the vocabulary was hard to pick up at first, and left me wishing there was a glossary It wasn t until the end of the book that I realized there had been one at the back all along That s what I get for always reading books from start to finish The new vocabulary only took [...]

    6. Lauri says:

      If you like noir stories and sci fi worlds, then you should definitely read this fast paced mystery Set in a zero gravity space station about the size of a planet, the mystery not only delivers intrigue and action, but incorporates the politics of an occupied world The slang takes a little getting used to, but there s a glossary in the back that helps Go To Table of Contents in the Kindle version Well thought out characters, well imagined world, intricate mystery Must read

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