Jailbroke by Brian Asman

Future slacker Kelso’s got the easiest gig in the galaxy, working the Gordita Especial! pod on board an interstellar cruiser, although that doesn’t stop him from complaining about it to anyone who’ll listen.

Cyborg Security Officer Londa James spends her days wrangling idiot tourists and keeping an artificial eye out for any passengers or crew who might be on the verge of snapping from space sicknesses.

But after a colleague is brutally murdered, Kelso and James are going to have to work together if they want to survive! Man-eating machines, cybernetically-enhanced badasses, septuagenarian toddlers, an opioid algorithm-addicted bucket of bolts, a cult that worships the reincarnation of a 400-year-old God Genius, and one very unusual sex robot come together in JAILBROKE, a heartwarming/ripping tale about what it means to be human in a galaxy run by artificial intelligence.

The IndieMuse Review

Author Brian Asman delivers a weirdly dark sci-fi novella that has a unique flavor. Check out the footnotes in this book, as they are entertaining as well, more like humorous author commentary post-its made during the writing process. Plenty of quirky pop culture references (Fedex, Amazon, Elon Musk, and more) that will be appeal to some present-day readers. This book refreshingly doesn’t take its sci-fi ties too seriously and has a lot of darker elements that horror fans will enjoy as well! —KnotBTK (Curator, 6-Point Review)

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Curator Notes: "Author Brian Asman delivers a weirdly dark sci-fi novella that has a unique flavor." —KnotBTK


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