|The serial edition|
Only the hated humans may be the least of her worries ....
|The Hugo-centric edition|
And in the intervening week, the overall novel collected another great recommendation:
"Edward M. Lerner’s InterstellarNet: Enigma is an engaging, intellectually stimulating science fiction novel spanning cosmic time that tackles a puzzle fundamental to the series. Science and logic dominate the narrative in a way they do all too rarely in the field these days. Chock full of aliens, spaceships, killer robots, artificial intelligences, InterstellarNet: Enigma does not shy away from action when the story calls for it, representing a satisfying balance of thought and deed. This is quality science fiction."
-- Mike Brotherton, author of Star Dragon
|Wyoming Infrared Observatory|
Next week, I expect to bring you an update on Part Three. And something more ...