The Edge of Darkness by Lissa Bilyk

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"Cyborgs don't get to control their own lives. Their own destinies."

I did not choose to become this way. This corrupted, innocent body. Who in their right mind would willingly choose this life?

But those whose machine parts become too damaged to continue to operate under normal circumstances are recycled... their human half meticulously removed and disposed of... and the machine part to be reattached to a new human...

Was I ever a part of someone else?

At the end of the interstellar war, Max Ryan, an unwilling cyborg living on the Rock, a notorious prison planet, is rescued and sent to live on the transport ship Eden as it travels home to Old Earth.

Max never thought she'd be doing anything else other than baking the ship's bread for the next five years. But when she uncovers a conspiracy bigger than the war that enslaved her in the first place, she is in for the fight of not only her life, but those around her she has grown to love.

About Lissa Bilyk

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Lissa Bilyk graduated from an University in Australia with a Bachelor's degree with Honours in English Literature. She currently lives in the UK with her partner.
Published August 31, 2011 by Lissa Bilyk. 252 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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