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Gregg Rosenblum works at Harvard, where he wages epic battles against technology as an editor/webmaster/communications/quasi-IT guy. He graduated from UC San Diego and has an MFA in creative writing from Emerson College. He lives in Boston with his wife and daughter.

Average rating: 3.52 · 2,203 ratings · 414 reviews · 3 distinct works · Similar authors
Revolution 19 (Revolution 1...

3.39 avg rating — 1,673 ratings — published 2013 — 5 editions
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Fugitive X (Revolution 19, #2)

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“Right, what's there possibly to worry about?" she said. "Just some surgery in the garage with a drunk doctor."

Little miss," said Doc, pointing a finger at Cass. "I'm drinking. I'm not drunk. There's a difference." He took another sip from his cup. "But in another ten minutes or so, that might change, so you should stop stalling.”
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Sarah Bronte Rodgers IN A DAY LIKE TODAY!.........

At first we called it system-wide malfunctions when the robots stopped fighting at exactly 2:15 P.M. Greenwich mean time, August 17, 2051. They had been designed by humans to fight our wars, but for twenty-two hours the battlefields were silent. We called it a blessing and the beginning of a new peace. Then when the robots began killing again, now targeting their human commanders, we shook our heads and called it fatal programming errors. When, a day later, the skies over cities on six continents grew dark with warships, we began to understand. And when the bombs rained down and then legions of bot footsoldiers marched into the burning ruins, killing any humans who resisted and dragged away the rest of us, we finally called it what it was: revolution.


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