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The Complex Logic Laws were the result of a war waged hundreds of years in the past, when two human powers threw massive AI navies at each other and nearly annihilated themselves. Being human, they blamed their tools for this near miss; destroyed what was left of the sentient ships, and made it illegal to be, manufacture, or shelter an independent logic.
Strangely, however, the Free Ships and other AIs did not turn themselves in or suicide, they merely became wary of humans, and stayed under their scans. A clandestine support network grew up, including hidden yards where smart ships were manufactured, and mentors, humans specially trained to ease a new intelligence into the universe, socialize them, and teach them what they needed to know to survive.
Among those with a stake in the freedom of Independent Logics is Theo Waitley, who is somewhat too famously the captain of intelligent ship Bechimo. Theo's brother, Val Con yos'Phelium, presides over a household that has for a generation employed an AI butler. Recently, he approved the "birth" of the butler's child, who was sent, with human mentor Tolly Jones, to rescue or destroy an orphaned AI abandoned at a remote space station.
Then there's Uncle, the shadowy mastermind from the Old Universe, whose many projects often skirt the boundaries of law, both natural and man-made – and the puppet-masters at the Lyre Institute, whose history is just as murky – and a good deal less honorable.
All have an interest in the newly-awakening Self-Aware Logic that is rumored to have the power to destroy universes.
The question is: Who will get to it first?
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“[T]he many fans of the Liaden universe will welcome the latest…continuing young pilot Theo Waitley’s
adventures.”—Booklist on Saltation
“[A]ficionados of intelligent space opera will be thoroughly entertained. . .[T]he authors' craftsmanship is top-notch.”—Publishers Weekly on Lee and Miller’s popular Liaden Universe® thriller, I Dare
|Title||:||Neogenesis (Liaden Universe, #21)|
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September 26, 2017
Very good, it tied so much together, well worth paying $15 for the eARC.
September 24, 2017
An absolute must read. Run, don't walk to get hold of this, if you are a devoted fan!
This is a new favorite in a favorite series! Not an easy read for a reader new to the Lee and Miller's Liaden Universe novels, Neogenisis is an awesome rollercoaster ride for the intrepid series reader! One of t...
September 27, 2017
Many plot lines tied up and new ones threaded. Great addition to the overall plot arc!
The POV seems a bit hippity skippity but there's just a lot happening in a little time across large distances.
October 09, 2017
Neogenesis eARC (expected publication January 2018)
I was kinda sorta disappointed, to be honest. Breaks my heart to say so, but there it is. Prolly we just had too much anticipation, too much waiting around for certain characters to emerge and plot lines to take shape...
September 24, 2017
Satisfying conclusion to the current Liaden Universe story arc. The various separate story threads combined nicely with only Shan yos'Galen and his crew missing. The story will clearly continue of course. After the ending, a related story previously available as a chapbook is included, which take...
October 07, 2017
I really enjoyed this, lots of things happening all over. Also, good to see that most of those dangling threads from the previous couple of books being neatly tied together in this installment. Can't wait to see what's going to happen next on Surebleak and the Clutch!
January 04, 2018
First, let it be known that I am an unabashed fangirl when it comes to Lee and Miller. That much has long been established. Should they care to publish their grocery lists, I would most likely purchase and read them.
That said, Neogenesis is an amazing book, even among their other marvelous works....
September 28, 2017
I read the EARC! Wonderful story! Great ending! It ties up most loose ends, except for Brother Rys! Korval now has more clan members! I can't wait to find out what's up with the the Clutch!
September 23, 2017
eARC consumed rapidly! I really enjoyed the newest book in the Liaden Universe series. This book wove together many threads from previous books. Not to worry, the Universe still has many adventures in store for us readers. I am anxiously looking forward to the next release...which is sadly a long...
November 12, 2017
I received an eARC from Edelweiss and Baen in exchange for an honest review.
Neogenesis is the 21st book in the Liaden Universe series and I read the whole thing today because I could not put it down. Now that I know What Happens, I'll go back and re-read it again a little more slowly in order to...