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The fire of the First Galactic War has enveloped the inhabited region of space. More and more planets are being drawn into the conflict between the Terran Alliance and the Free Colonies. Weapons are being improved, and military artificial intelligence modules are being created. The war of humans is gradually transforming into a war of machines.

Direct neurosensory contact technology has led to the emergence of new generation AI. They can scan the pilot's mind and create a matrix of his or her consciousness which would continue to live in the cyber system even if that person died....

©2018 Andrei Livadny; English translation copyright 2018 by Sofia Gutkin (P)2019 Tantor

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  • 26-03-19

If you like military science fiction and mechs, this is for you

A book about a group of teenagers, suddenly thrust into the hellfire of a decades-long war between the tyrannical Terran Alliance and the Free Colonies. Piloting combat mechs with a new generation of AI modules, they are went into battle by a scheming admiral with nefarious plans of his own. It’s a war that’s been going on for so long that massive casualties have forced both sides to starts replacing humans with more and more sophisticated machines on the battlefield, the result of which is that battles have grown even more terrible, devastating entire worlds, leaving behind graveyards, where surviving machines roam the desolate landscape, fighting among themselves while fulfilling their orders.