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One day, computer scientist Max Chu is greeted by a mysterious intelligence that calls to him through Max's own systems. It proposes an alliance. The plan: to combat Lilith, a menace that has haunted humanity since the beginning of time. Max is faced with two questions: Who is his new friend, exactly? And what does it really want?  

Amaranthine is an action-packed science fiction novel that speculatively explores the infamous story of "Lilith", part of the apocryphal creation myth. Lilith is seen from the beginning of modern humanity through to her death and beyond.   

A coming-of-age, cautionary tale.  

©2021 John Eric Ellison (P)2021 John Eric Ellison

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Captivating blend of Horror and Science fiction

Fascinating combination of apocryphal stories blended into a gripping science fiction tale. The humanization of the Internet blended with great human character development. superbly narrated.

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Thought provoking.

Thought provoking. Especially the idea of "Maker" and freedom of choice.

I also enjoyed Boyes narration.