Review: Lucky 7

Lucky 7 by Rae D. Magdon is an excellent science fiction – cyberpunk – story, and why the hell isn’t it more popular?

Elena, a jacker (think hacker in virtual reality) joins a new crew and – well, actually, joins a crew leader whose mission is to get the crew back together. They’re up against a big corporation, and their gang is as diverse as you can imagine. No, more.

At times breathtakingly fast-paced and edge-of-your seat suspenseful, this is truly a great sci-fi story. I liked it very much even though first-person narration usually isn’t my thing.

There are twists and turns, action and sex, humour and even silliness. But I probably wouldn’t recommend this to someone who isn’t a sci-fi buff.