Science fiction is that incredible genre where you can do anything and be anywhere. I love sci-fi and the ability it offers to rocket us into the future and show us what’s possible.
Science fiction novels have always fascinated me. Series like Hyperion, by Dan Simons inspired me to new heights of what’s achievable in the genre. Of course, like any sci-fi nerd, I love Star Trek and Star Wars. They gave birth to the genre on screen where a person could really experience the marvels of moving through space.
Military science fiction books and space operas bring the adventure to life through complex stories featuring incredible characters and plotlines that take you out of your every day and put you in control of an armada. It’s spellbinding stuff. My appreciation for the genre led me to create my own universe, the technologies that run it, and the characters who live with it. I hope you enjoy stepping away from yourself while A.I. Insurrection carries you off to new horizons.
A.I. Insurrection – The General’s War – Book 1 of the science fiction Trilogy. In this challenging, take-no-prisoners, high concept science fiction series, the question arises; when revolution sparks sentience in artificial intelligence, can Utopia endure?
He speaks for those who have no voice in this escalating war, and in doing so, gives them power.Quinn, of The Hosts
A.I. Insurrection – Armageddon – Book 2 of the science fiction Trilogy. Chancellor Bellows finds himself – once again – at a crossroads. Bellows works to align the scattered factions of United Earth to fight their common foe, but will United Earth be ready?
I’ll not submit to complacency; I cannot be ordered to subdue my membership to satisfy a government who does not recognize my right to grow.Sol, of The Flame
A.I. Insurrection – Exodus – Book 3 of the science fiction Trilogy. The recent wars cast long shadows of memory across its residents. The people seek purpose in their existence more than ever. The lottery would afford them that, offering hope, one of the most essential requirements in an individual’s arsenal for survival. But when that hope turns to dread, what is left to accomplish but survival?
To fight against extinction is obligatory. To invent in the face of extinction is distracting.Dr, Meiser, United Earth Scientist