Resurrection Code (LINK Angel, #5)
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Resurrection Code (LINK Angel #5)

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North Africa is in ruins after the Aswan dams collapse and a massive flood reclaims the Nile valley. The privileged and the sane have long since abandoned Egypt to the scavengers and the dregs of society. Christian El-Aref is a street rat, living hand-to-mouth. His life is going nowhere fast. Then he stumbles over a dead body carrying revolutionary shareware tech. Now he's...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published March 15th 2011 by Mad Norwegian Press
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Sequel/prequel to Angel LINK tetralogy, I'm a bit ambivalent about, probably because of how badly I read it - quickly, rushed, late at night, skipping ahead, and this book deserves better. I really liked the original books so I'm not sure how the events here fit. Getting Mouse's background story was great, but what was the point of Deidre's presence? "Apocalypse Array" had such a neat ending that wrapped up everything (my absolute favorite plot twist, too), that I'm don't know where the prophet...more
Amazing how years after reading the original books the characters are still so fresh in my mind. Starting this book was like getting back together with old friends after a long time apart. At first it was a bit awkward and tense, but then everything settled out and the tales started being swapped. As with any such meeting, eventually the reunion must come to an end and you must say good-bye to those friends. Such was very much the case with this book.

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More of a novella than anything else, I honestly wish there had been more to sink my teeth into. But considering there are four other books in the series, that's a pretty silly complaint.
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Lyda Morehouse writes about what gets most people in trouble: religion and politics. Her first novel Archangel Protocol, a cyberpunk hard-boiled detective novel with a romantic twist, won the 2001 Shamus for best paperback original. Apocalypse Array was awarded the Special Citation of Excellence (aka 2nd place) for the Philip K. Dick award.

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