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Nova of the Machines

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To escape a global disaster that would have taken their lives, scientist Ned Douglaston and his badly injured daughter, Aurora, jump through an interdimensional portal hoping to find somewhere, anywhere, safer.

On the other side they find a mirror of Earth called Raeth, where humanity has abandoned the planet and left their artificial intelligences behind. The machines wand
Paperback, 270 pages
Published May 30th 2015 by Createspace (first published May 30th 1)
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Melissa Kuch
May 09, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I loved taking the leap into this parallel universe where there is a planet solely inhabited by robots. Enter Aurora, seriously injured from a cataclysmic earthquake on Earth where she escapes along with her estranged, yet genius, father Ned. Together they are the only humans who inhabit this parallel realm of the Earth they left behind. The author does a great job showing both Aurora and her father’s perspective and you truly feel for both of them; Aurora feeling like she has lost her purpose a ...more
Rachel Agar
Aug 06, 2015 rated it really liked it
Nova of the Machines was my favorite book so far that I've read by this author. I really identified with the female character, and the fact that almost every kid goes through those growing pains with their parents. I thought the writing in this book and the story itself were more mature than the other novels by this author. It was a great science fiction story that kept me on my toes. It was also a great story about the evolving relationship between a girl going into adulthood and her father. ...more
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