The Cut-Up Man: And other Posthuman Cycle stories

The Cut Up Man And other Posthuman Cycle stories Set in a future where what it means to be human is defined by each individual where posthumans augment their minds and bodies to assume forms sometimes unrecognizable as human where Earth is a swelte

  • Title: The Cut-Up Man: And other Posthuman Cycle stories
  • Author: Micah R. Sisk
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  • Page: 480
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Set in a future where what it means to be human is defined by each individual, where posthumans augment their minds and bodies to assume forms sometimes unrecognizable as human where Earth is a sweltering hole controlled by disorganized factions of TruHumans bent upon eradicating posthumanity from the Sol system where near human artificial intelligences are feared by somSet in a future where what it means to be human is defined by each individual, where posthumans augment their minds and bodies to assume forms sometimes unrecognizable as human where Earth is a sweltering hole controlled by disorganized factions of TruHumans bent upon eradicating posthumanity from the Sol system where near human artificial intelligences are feared by some, and incorporated by others into their very brainsThe Cut Up Man And other Posthuman Cycle stories contains four works of short fiction that delve into disparate segments of this universe Presented in chronological order, these stories include The Cut Up Man a novella After nearly ten years, Hansson finally has a chance to redeem himself to Head Council Someone on Centralport Station needs killed, and it s Hansson s job to do it Now Hansson finds that Centralport Station is under martial law, his mission handler has gone AWOL, and he doesn t know who he s supposed to assassinated something is disturbingly wrong with the synthetic body he s wearing Aborting the mission isn t an option Hansson is going to have to improvise Please Don t Put Your Wires In My Brain a novelette Locked in a dank cell somewhere on Earth, visited only by a nameless technician, Dana has become the subject of a mysterious research project centering on the posthuman bioware illegally implanted in her brain Hardened by a life in the sex slave underworld, determined to rise above her years of degradation, Dana struggles to discover the aims of this research, and to somehow parlay that knowledge into freedom, power and.nge Watching the Watcher a previously published short story A frantic call from a space lane traffic controller is fielded by a helpline representative Out in the main asteroid belt of Sol, stationed on a three kilometer long space habitat, why does the caller find himself utterly alone And why does the helpline representative keep fielding exactly this type of call Born Into Shadows a previously published short story Five posthumans working as a crew together for the first time are sent on a fact finding mission to a remote and seemingly uninteresting nebula Their mission investigate an anomalous object hidden there Only one of the crew knows the identity of the expedition s mysterious backers andwhat they fear the nebula might conceal.

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    About "Micah R. Sisk"

    1. Micah R. Sisk

      Micah R Sisk is a German born American science fiction writer who has lived most of his life in Frederick County, Maryland, U.S.A After a close encounter with Engineering, Micah received a Bachelor of Science degree in Art from Virginia Tech He now makes his living as a system applications engineer at a major U.S corporation, while in other incarnations he is, or has been, a landscape painter, real estate agent, assistant gallery director, retail sales manager, microfilm quality control tech, musician, composer, and builder of electronic musical instruments.Micah is often seen puttering around town on his bicycle, hanging out at coffeeshops and reading writing science fiction tales.

    202 thoughts on “The Cut-Up Man: And other Posthuman Cycle stories”

    1. This review is also posted on my blog: theshortreviewer/I have to admit that this is harder science fiction than what I am used to reading. I really do love sci-fi - if done well, it can be very entertaining and imaginative. This book is certainly both of those, but there were a lot of technical terms used, and at times, it made it difficult to follow. Even though there are four different stories, they all take place within the same futuristic universe where other planets are inhabited by posthu [...]


    2. Great stories! Good timing after reading Nexus, these short stories are similar in flavour yet have a slightly darker feel to the post-human enhancements. Sisk explores some of the ideas behind humans transforming into something a little less human. Dangers, conflicts, benefits are all there. The subject matter was well thought out and plausibly described in very entertaining stories. The writing was a bit rough at times and they feel like stories written early on in a career.(Please Don't) Put [...]




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