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Robert Brockway

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I am Robert Brockway. I wrote The Vicious Circuit trilogy from Tor Books. I wrote Rx: A Tale of Electronegativity. I wrote Everything is Going to Kill Everybody. I am but a man.

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Robert Brockway Hi there and thanks! Yep, the Vicious Circuit was planned out and sold as a trilogy. That means not only is there a third book, but it's already finis…moreHi there and thanks! Yep, the Vicious Circuit was planned out and sold as a trilogy. That means not only is there a third book, but it's already finished and coming out this December! It's called Kill All Angels. I think they have a link to it on Goodreads here, but I know the pre-order page is up in the stores!(less)
Robert Brockway Hey I must've missed this question! Well as you hopefully know now, Carey is back in The Empty Ones. Same for the third and final book, Kill All Angel…moreHey I must've missed this question! Well as you hopefully know now, Carey is back in The Empty Ones. Same for the third and final book, Kill All Angels, which comes out this December. Thanks and sorry for the delayed response!(less)
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Hi there, and welcome to my Thunderdome. (I call dibs on chainsaw.)

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Robert Brockway is the author of the post-apocalyptic horror epic Carrier Wave, the cyberpunk novel Rx: A Tale of Electronegativity, the comedic non-fiction essay collection Everything is Going to Kill Everybody, and The Vicious Circuit, a punk rock urban fantasy series from Tor Books. He is the former senior editor and columnist of Cracked.com (during the good years! Mostly!). He lives in Tucson,

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“Also unfortunately, Congress is far too busy asking if baseball players are really as strong as they seem and trying to choke bankers with wads of cash to grant more funds to such trifling matters as the avoidance of space bullets, so they won't give NASA the money”
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“As human beings we are all keenly aware of our own mortality, but although we know we all have to die eventually, there is some small amount of comfort in knowing that maybe it’s something we could all do together, as a team. There is, after all, no “I” in “apocalypse.”
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