When the priest bungles the rite that will allow Alan Turing to be reborn as the world’s first AI, Mordred is furious. Now not only does he have to search for his temporally dislocated love, he has to put up with the cyborg ghost of his brother Sir “The Courteous Knight” Gawain, find a definitive answer to the P-NP problem so he can save Electric Kindren from bankruptcy, and keep the goddam Inquisition off of everyone’s backs.As always, Mordred has a Plan. A Plan that does not require joining the Inquisition, getting Electric Kindren sold to its biggest competitor, or Sir Gawain married to a Sea Serpent. The plan most definitely does not involve sleeping with Cynthia Rainer, the evil mastermind that has orchestrated Mordred’s downfall from the very beginning.Unfortunately, neither the notapocalypse nor the economy takes much note of an Adept’s careful planning. In Josephus Counting, Mordred is about to learn the hard way that the enemy of love is not indifference, but betrayal.And readers are about to learn that when Mordred's dark side is evoked, nothing, absolutely nothing, is sacred.
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