God in the Machine is an ongoing science fiction series, which begins with a freak accident that brings a pair of robots out of normal operation and into . . . consciousness. Seemingly the only ones sentient, in a whole galaxy that’s full of nothing but robots, Loeb and Max have to find their way, and survive. Because to the rest of the galaxy, . . .
With the cities aflame and massive warships silhouetting the sun, the human race is once more on the verge of destroying itself. The countryside was supposed to be far from the war, but death spreads like a virus—not that Efa would know. An android built for many jobs, Efa was given only one: to protect the sheep placed under her . . .
Crystal Society is hard science fiction about different ways of thinking. The protagonist is the social module of a young artificial general intelligence. Born into a world that is actively hostile to her existence she must work to survive and grow. She and her siblings must contend with cyborgs, aliens, and a world full of hostile humans in order to . . .
Containment Facility One is ancient, beautiful, and broken. Built eons ago in a parallel universe, the massive space station keeps the Destroyer—a genocidal and nearly omnipotent alien being—imprisoned. The Destroyer has already devoured all life in countless dimensions, and if he escapes, our universe is next. Unfortunately, the Containment Facility One crew is trapped too. That’s why they . . .
Murder In Skin City is a noir murder mystery set in the near future. The interesting thing is, the protagonist is a robot. In fact, most of the main characters are robots. Imagine a hard-boiled detective tale mixed with an exploration of the evolution of Artificial Intelligence. There will be plenty of action, suspense, a mystery, and a sprinkling . . .
Thomas Bleakly, Private Investigator is batflip insane. Sometimes it works for him, sometimes . . . not so much. One day a beautiful woman hires him to find her father. The catch? She’s a robot. Told from three perspectives, none of them necessarily trustworthy. Watch out for for nonsensical subplots, insane characters, and conspiracies that span whole realities. . . .
They say evolution is no longer possible. That the human race has stagnated. Physicality no longer plays a role in modern survival of the fittest, so what’s left to change? Makrotech has developed a revolutionary type of nanotechnology, designed to usher in a new age of humanity. To force the evolution. 18 year old Rhea and . . .
In the year 3000 humans are colonising the galaxy. They are taking the vast frontier of space and are segmenting it, culturing it and constricting it. Autonomy Jones, mercenary and bounty hunter, refuses to accept this. Together with Tommy, her robotic partner, she drifts through space from planet to planet and station to station, accepting any job that will keep . . .
Dec 3, 2008: When I set eyes on the illustration for the first part of this series I expected a story about a couple of sweet little robots and their adventures in outer space. Something along the lines of Robby the Robot meets Star Trek. Just goes to show that you should never judge a book by its cover nor a web fiction site by its home page.
The characters in GITM may be robotic but this story is much more than robots in [more . . .]
Dec 2, 2008: Eve and Wall-E. R2D2 and C3PO. Max and Loeb will be able to join these robot duos as well. Even though I’m not one for science fiction, I find this story interesting. I’m not sure that I’m the right audience for this story either, but I find it interesting anyway. It does appeal to me in a sense that I can connect it with other lovable robots. I don’t think this is the type of story I could read daily, but may have to read in short bursts every so [more . . .]