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Solar Singularity: An Interface Zero 2.0 Novel

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A NOVEL SET IN THE UNIVERSE OF INTERFACE ZERO FROM GUNMETAL GAMES

Dubbed Interface Zero by those who created it, the Tendril Access Processor—or TAP—downloads the Global DataNet and Hyper Reality directly into the minds of billions of users across the solar system, bringing the world an unparalleled level of interconnectivity, and danger. Malware plagues the Deep, and hac
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Kindle Edition, 227 pages
Published December 6th 2017 by WordFire Press
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Feb 01, 2019 rated it really liked it
Two self-aware artificial intelligences exist out in the vast computer network that connects humanity. One of them, called Charon, would be happy to see the end of humanity. Another, called Prophet, thinks artificial intelligence can work with humanity. Both are disrupted when a solar flare hits the Earth. Before the solar flare hits, Prophet sets five people on a quest to be reconstructed in the aftermath. Charon plans to use the chaos in the aftermath to keep that from happening. The five char ...more
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The good news is: For an RPG-based novel, this is a decent one. The writing style is professional and does not feel awkward as it sometimes does if roleplayers turn into self-proclaimed authors. As a result, the book is a pleasant read.

Nonetheless, I have three things to criticise:
- As in a lot of scifi and cyberpunk novels, the book uses a deliberately confusing language that is supposed to transport the "otherness" of the setting but simply ends up confusing me. But I know that this is just me
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