Version 43

One of my SF novels which I’m  most proud of is VERSION 43, a fast-paced crime SF thriller about a cyborg cop who keeps getting killed – but always comes back for more! The brilliant Lavie Tidhar just gave it a lovely write up in his column in the Washington Post, HERE.

Lavie writes:

one of the most funny and surprising sf novels of the last few years has to be Philip Palmer’s “Version 43” (2010), in which a RoboCop-like cyborg (the titular “Version 43 “) is sent to a remote planet to investigate a crime. He promptly does, finds out the conspiracy behind it all, and is murdered for his troubles. Enter Version 44. Bodies pile up in this mash-up of science fiction, detective and conspiracy thriller — with a lot of humor and a big-screen, hyperkinetic energy.

 

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