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Emissaries from the Dead by Adam-Troy Castro
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Dec 27, 2010

it was ok
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The main character gets toyed with and lied to by omnipotent AIs for basically the entire book. At the end of the book, the AIs sort-of explain why they were doing that, and then preemptively drop some cryptic hints that they're going to do more of the same in the sequel.

I dunno. I feel like, once your setting contains an omnipotent AI, your book stops being interesting, because everything that happens is just stuff the AI wanted to happen.

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