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Review: Gods of the Machines by Gary Starta

Starta offers a mix pot of romance, science fiction, and mystery in Gods of the Machines. Starta in Gods of the Machines in-visions Earth’s first colonization in the Andromeda galaxy in the early 25th century. Of course all new adventures and ideas start with pure intentions, but in this case things start to go awry, murder awry. Detective Sam Benson from the Virginia PD is brought in from earth to help solve these murders. The only thing stopping Benson is that he is approaching it from his own experience on earth and he sons finds his methods outdated in this technological new world. He also threatens to tear what these people know on this planet when he starts to profile them. In a world where androids protect our way of life beyond the stars, can they really enjoy right as humans do? What can you do if you suspect the criminal is non-human? Starta writes with an imagination that will run with you in this fantastical tale. Those who love science fiction with a bit of everything will love this book.

 

 

 

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Gods of the Machines

Gary Starta

Genre: Science Fiction

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Book Blurb:

Detective Sam Benson, a native New Yorker, is brash, opinionated and candid. Transplanted to work on Earth’s first colonized planet, he envisions a relatively peaceful job. But Benson’s ruthless nature might bring it to the brink of annihilation when a series of murders begins. He suspects a non-human is responsible-an android who once shared engrams with a psychopathic human. However, the detective doesn’t know other non-humans once called his new world-theirs. And as Benson obsesses with making a case against the android, he is oblivious to their return and the reason why they consider machines to be their gods.

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