I have dozens of books in my audible account and this my new favorite. I enjoyed this book every bit as much as On The Beach and the many Asimov stories I read in my younger days. I selected this novel more for its content, as the author had a previous non-fiction work covering basically the same subject, but I was pleasantly surprised with how this author did on his first try at a novel. The author creates a much more plausible scenario for a robot uprising than the Terminator franchise. I also found the brotherhood themes interesting since I never had one. I highly recommend this book, not only to sci-fi buffs but anyone who is fascinated with the trajectory of the digital age.
Stephen King artfully beckons you into the lives of four boyhood friends destined for a three way collision with an extra terestrial inteligence and a government cover-up headed by a cruel and vengeful subversive. An interstellar massacre of aliens begging earth for help, a galactic plague the aliens may carry, and a man with a dual personality and maniacle ambitions are all connected in a spiritual network of intrigue transending time and space and centering around a young retarded boy with a special gift. This story is innovative, facinating, and connects the dots between all the modern E.T. mythology. A must read for the die-hard sci-fi fan.
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