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Artificial Evolution is the third book in the Big Sigma series, building upon the story and characters introduced by Bypass Gemini and Unstable Prototypes.

Lex, Michella, and Squee are once again joined by the mercenaries Silo and Garotte. Along the way they'll need plenty of help from mad engineer Karter Dee and his AI Ma.

After butting heads with the megacorporation known as VectorCorp, it was only a matter of time before Lex Alexander and his girlfriend, Michella Modane, would face the consequences. It is remarkable what a single corporate agent with the resources of a multiglobal conglomerate can do to a person's career. In the space of a few days, Lex is looking for work, and Michella is feeling pressure from the network to ease off the hard-hitting stories. Not one to be silenced, Michella quickly hatches a plan to continue her investigations under the guise of a fluff story about a so-called extraterrestrial, and who better to be her personal driver than Lex?

Meanwhile, mercenaries Silo and Garotte are still nipping at the heels of the terrorist group known as the Neo-Luddites. Rumors of an attempt to secure a devastating weapon bring the pair to a forgotten little planet in an undeveloped corner of the galaxy. Circumstances require that local authorities lay claim to the terrorists' apparent target, but what sort of threat could one gangly collection of anatomical curiosities pose to the galaxy? The answer to that question will put our heroes to the test and leave a whole world hanging in the balance.

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too many words pronounced incorrectly

the narrator might have a poor vocabulary but is there anyone to check the performance before publishing?
i enjoyed everything else about the narrator's performance. the seperation of characters, tone and clarity. this could have been great if edited properly.

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Great story line.

Great new series. Just enough new technology interwoven with old to make it interesting. Not bombarded with new technology that the author has to explain everything in fine detail.

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  • Tom
  • AGUANGA, CA, United States
  • 05-13-17

Fantastic Story.

I love this sreies. Excellent writing, character development, and character interactions. POOR narration. The story is so good that you will be able to put up with the narrator but, really, time to get someone who at least can read properly, and even better, a narrator with some voice acting skills. This series deserves better.