In Tango City, humans and human-shaped robots called cybersabers coexist more or less peacefully. Zafnar Farfetched is no exception, a human with a mundane job and a quiet life. Everything changes, however, when he finds his long-lost childhood friend Lemonlime, one of the first cybersabers ever built. Suddenly, everything changes. Someone wants him dead, and to replace all of humanity with identical cybersabers that are programmed to obey without question. In order to stop them, he'll have to delve into the past, to the very creation of the cybersabers and their purpose.
You can puchase a copy of CyberSaber7 TODAY from lulu.com for $19 + tax, shipping, and handling. Soon it will also be available through Amazon, and as an e-book for considerably less money. You may have noticed I just uploaded a bunch of pictures with characters I haven't used before. CyberSaber7 has a rich and interesting cast of characters that I hope you will come to enjoy.
Zafnar Farfetched: A real cloudcuckoolander and the main character of the story
Lemonlime: A specific type of robot called a cybersaber, Lemonlime is sweet and caring, if a little shy at first
Fruitpunch: Lemonlime's "sister," built by a different team at the same time. She's much more wild and outgoing, the polar opposite of her older (by two days) sister.
Rootbeer: The third member of Zafnar's robot friend team, Rootbeer is introverted and practical, serious, and very intelligent.
Landlord: Evil for the sake of evil, Landlord isn't the main villain, but she's purposefully cruel and nasty
Sevano II: Lemonlime's mentor and the chancellor of all cybersabers. He clearly wants what's best for humans and machines... right?
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