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Book Title: Not in Our Stars (Nodes of God, #3)|
The author of the book: Keith Caserta
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 1.17 MB
Edition: Global Jele Publishing Company
Date of issue: October 24th 2015
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Read full description of the books Not in Our Stars (Nodes of God, #3):This novel explores the earliest decades after the Artificial Intelligence Singularity and is also a tale of First Contact between Earthlings and alien races. A chase across the galaxy has ended at Earth, as told in Galactic Shadows, Book 2 of The Nodes of God Series. Now two of the alien pursuers, Bit and Mon-ee, are transposed into human form and sent to Earth to retrieve the ancient Artifact from the vanished race known as the Antecedents, which was stolen from their archaeological team. They’re met on Earth by three human agents of the first Artificial Intelligence machine, DENNIS, and begin their adventures on what they find to be the bewildering, frightening, crowded, unexpected and overwhelming Earth of 2054.
The planet, teaming with human primates, is nothing like Bit and Mon-ee - now humans themselves – expected. They find a society that to them is a peculiar mix of technologies, many of which seem too advanced for a race without faster-than-light travel capabilities or gravitics. The natives are friendly and enjoy a rich culture which apparently derives from the diversity of their substantial population. On the other hand, their Artificial Intelligence machines are something else!
You’ll be there with our alien visitors as they attempt, with their new human and AI acquaintances, to negotiate an unusual, confusing planet that has dangers that often aren’t seen until it’s too late …
From Global Jele Publishing: Not in Our Stars continues the odyssey to retrieve the most important Artifact of an ancient race ever discovered. The setting is Earth in the not-too-distant-future and the tale is told with a keen vision of how the world is likely to be at the beginning of the second half of the 21st century. The science is stimulating, the characters are richly developed, and there’s a message about free will and the meaning of life that was introduced in Galactic Shadows, and is delivered in Not in Our Stars. This big novel, over 138,000 words, has everything a reader could look for in a hard science fiction tale. This is an adult novel which is unsuitable for persons under 18.
Not in Our Stars is Book 3 of The Nodes of God Series
Read information about the authorWell, here's the "official" publisher's biography - skip to the next paragraph if you want: Keith Caserta has been a pioneer in scientific computing since the early 1970s. He's designed analog and digital instruments, digital hardware, and software. He's developed information systems for business and R&D. He wrote and published the world's first floating point and curve-fitting math package for microprocessors. With a colleague, he invented laboratory robotics and one of his groups went on to produce the world's first publication in this area. He also created the concept of electronic lab notebooks, and was first in the world to apply leading-edge document management and product lifecycle software to upstream R&D. He lead development of the entire computing environment for pharmaceutical R&D. Keith has a B.S. degree in Chemistry from the University of Dayton (1970) and a Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry from Michigan State University (1974). His subspecialty is research computing. He was a scientist/executive for the Procter & Gamble Company in Cincinnati for over 36 years, before retiring in 2010. He has three grown sons, a grown daughter, and a grown stepdaughter, along with four grandchildren. He enjoys writing, reading, travel, home remodeling and small-scale woodworking. He lives with his lovely wife of sixteen years, Bobbie, in Cincinnati's Northeast suburb of Symmes Township, or at their second home in North Myrtle Beach, SC. "Soul Searching" is his first novel, followed by "Galactic Shadows" and "Not in Our Stars."
Now that you've read the official bio, you may be more interested in why you should pay any attention to (read that as BUY or BORROW) my books. First of all, I've loved science fiction since 2nd grade - that's a big deal because I'm not exactly a spring chicken (meaning, I'm older), so that was a long time ago - way before it was shortened to "SciFi." I've always loved to write - especially thanks to Sister Rosaire (now Sister Virginia - times change, I guess) who really drilled writing basics and discipline into me in 9th grade. Sister Amadeus (still Sister Amadeus - I'll admit I don't understand how that works) nailed me to the wall with a [now greatly appreciated] grammar course my senior year in high school. Finally, Kristin Lauer brought out my creative side at the University of Dayton. So what did I do? I spent the next 43 years writing scientific and business stuff. Hmmm ...
Well, grad school and my 36+ years as a scientist/executive made me LIVE science - almost everything about it. So I learned a lifetime's worth about what scientists do and how they do it. I was there at the beginning of the high tech revolution and lived most of my professional life through it - hardware and software tech, and biotech.
Now I've always had a romantic side, so I guess I never fit into that "nerd" mold. In fact, I've liked girls since Linda in kindergarten. So when I write, there's gonna be some romance in there - and I don't mean just in passing. Wait 'til you read "Galactic Shadows" and "Not in Our Stars, and you'll really see what I mean. But I like the gentle romance and genuine affection in "Soul Searching" (another shameless plug for my first book).
One more thing to add, and you'll have a pretty good idea why I write what I do. I have a burning interest in what makes the universe (or multiverse) tick, if there's a meaning behind it, and how we might, in the 21st century, just put our finger on it a little bit and be able to say, "Yeah ... that sounds like it might be right." So each of my books has a theme related to that - it's the human soul in "Soul Searching" (who would ever have guessed?) and it's free will in "Galactic Shadows" and "Not in Our Stars." The latter also proposes a possible meaning of life.
So there it is. When you read my stuff, you'll get a well-written story (I'm told), good science, romance, and something to think about - hopefully in a way you haven't thought about it before
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