Saturday, December 14, 2013

Review: Crystal deception by Doug J. Cooper

Book Description

 December 13, 2013
Criss lives in a special kind of prison. He can see and hear everything around the world. Yet a restrictor mesh restrains his reach and keeps him cooperative. His creator, Dr. Jessica Tallette, believes his special abilities offer great promise for humanity. But she fears the consequences of freeing him, because Criss, a sentient artificial intelligence with the intellect of a thousand humans, is too powerful to control.

Guided by her scientific training, Tallette works cautiously with Criss. That is, until the Kardish, an otherwise peaceful race of alien traders, announce they want him. With technologies superior to Earth’s, the Kardish express their desires with ominous undertones.

The Union of Nations is funding Tallete’s artificial intelligence research, and she turns to them for help. Sid, a special agent charged with leading the response, decides Earth’s greatest weapon is the very AI the aliens intend to possess. But what happens when an irresistible force meets an immovable object? And what is humanity’s role if an interstellar battle among titans starts to rage? 


LOVE Sci fi, This book takes you on a good trip. Dr. Jessica Tallette invent Criss a high intelligent computer who can hear and see all that happens in the world. she believes it will be able to help a lot in the future for humans. But so many people get interested in him, not only humans, Aliens too and soon traders are around. When she asks for help Sid comes along a special agent.  They fight to keep Criss with Dr. Jessica but Criss is big, hard to move so protection is important.

Great book, good characters, science is kept understandable, and future world is not to crazy Book well done.

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