Virtual Destruction

  • Title: Virtual Destruction
  • Author: Kevin J. Anderson Doug Beason
  • ISBN: 9780441003082
  • Page: 350
  • Format: Paperback
  • Virtual Destruction Virtual reality is the technology of the future Groundbreaking Dangerous Almost limitless in its potential It could replace nuclear power as the most coveted knowledge on the planet And in a supersecr
    Virtual reality is the technology of the future Groundbreaking Dangerous Almost limitless in its potential It could replace nuclear power as the most coveted knowledge on the planet And in a supersecret installation in California, under the most restricted security, one of the top scientists in the field is about to be murdered.

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    About Kevin J. Anderson Doug Beason


    1. Yes, I have a lot of books, and if this is your first visit to my author page, it can be a little overwhelming If you are new to my work, let me recommend a few titles as good places to start I love my Dan Shamble, Zombie P.I series, humorous horror mysteries, which begin with DEATH WARMED OVER My steampunk fantasy adventures, CLOCKWORK ANGELS and CLOCKWORK LIVES, written with Neil Peart, legendary drummer from Rush, are two of my very favorite novels ever And my magnum opus, the science fiction epic The Saga of Seven Suns, begins with HIDDEN EMPIRE After you ve tried those, I hope you ll check out some of my other series.I have written spin off novels for Star Wars, StarCraft, Titan A.E and The X Files, and is the co author of the Dune prequels His original works include the Saga of Seven Suns series and the Nebula Award nominated Assemblers of Infinity He has also written several comic books including the Dark Horse Star Wars collection Tales of the Jedi written in collaboration with Tom Veitch, Predator titles also for Dark Horse , and X Files titles for Topps.I serve as a judge in the Writers of the Future contest.My wife is author Rebecca Moesta They currently reside near Monument, Colorado.


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    1. Not really SF, more thriller, it involves a group of people working on VR at LLNL. There is the usual assortment of characters, and various plot lines, but none of the plot lines really adds up to anything, and some of them are really more random than anything, and have no bearing except as glaring red herrings. Can't really recommend, although I wasn't bored, I'm not really into rereading this one. Probably will give away. Just dull, really, by the end. And such a let-down ending. I've read oth [...]

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    2. Very typical Science Fiction and super predictable.

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    3. "Thriller", huh? Not very thrilling. A slow, plodding murder "mystery" without a whole lot of story. And a resolution that felt far too unexpected to be satisfactory.

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