Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Robogenesis by Daniel H. Wilson

Robogenesis by Daniel H. Wilson - 362 pages

In the first book "Robopocalypse" mankind thought they had defeated the rogue artificial intelligence known as Archos and were now being faced with having to rebuild a world devastated through insurrection by technology that was originally meant to help us.  An intelligence framed by millions of lines of machine code though is very hard to kill and numerous threats still remain.  Continuing the style of the first book, the narrative is a series of first person reports from a wide cast of characters both human and mechanical and even hybrid.  Fans of dystopian future books, Battlestar Galactica, and the Terminator series will find a lot to like in this series.     

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