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FOOLS' EXPERIMENT Edward M. Lerner TOR A TQM DOHERTY ASSOCIATES BOOK New York This is a work of fiction.
FOOLS' EXPERIMENT Edward M. All of the characters, organizations, and events portrayed in this novel. Portions of this work incorporate material, substantially revised, that first appeared in the following stories: "Presence of Mind" and "Survival Instinct" originally appeared in Analog Science Fiction and Fact. Published by Tom Doherty Associates, LLC 175 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10010.
Edward M. Lerner (born 1949) is an American author of science fiction, techno-thrillers, and popular science. As of 2019 he has twenty published books: ten solo novels (three in his InterstellarNet universe), four collections, five novels co-authored with Larry Niven in the Known Space universe, and one popular-science book. The majority of Lerner's shorter works were originally published in Analog and (until it ceased publication) in Jim Baen's Universe. Lerner tricked me. His novel Fools' Experiments starts off badly, as if Lerner had decided to wrest the anti-science thriller mantle from the late Michael Crichton's shoulders before his winding sheets were cold
Edward M. His novel Fools' Experiments starts off badly, as if Lerner had decided to wrest the anti-science thriller mantle from the late Michael Crichton's shoulders before his winding sheets were cold. With wooden dialogue, simplistic characterizations and lots of infodumps, Fools' Experiments seems at first to be nothing more than a potboiler with an axe to grind. There was one tiny clue - the properly-placed apostrophe in the title - that Lerner could be a more careful writer than that, but at first I di Edward M.
Lerner, Edward M. Sheila Brunner wasn't so much mad as possessed. And I'm an engineer, not a scientist. Truth seldom lends itself to crisp synopsis om a parking-lot security . . Truth seldom lends itself to crisp synopsis om a parking-lot security camera. More than three weeks later, the image of the unfortunate Dr. Brunner haunted him; her eyes squinting furtively, her hair filthy and matted, her mouth agape in confusion. Now little beyond the Frankenfools virus' hysterical Luddite screed ran through what remained of the poor woman's mind
We are not alone, and it’s our own damn fault. Something demonic is stalking the brightest men and women in the computer industry.
We are not alone, and it’s our own damn fault. We are not alone, and it's our own damn fault.
Fools’ Experiments - Edward M. Lerner. Six large flat-screen displays covered three walls of his once-book-lined den. Students milled about on five screens, representing the main campus, two satellite campuses, and two affiliated corporations
Fools’ Experiments - Edward M. Students milled about on five screens, representing the main campus, two satellite campuses, and two affiliated corporations. Speakers flanking the screens could bring him the sounds from any of the video-equipped locations and from fifteen audio-only sites.
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Good science and entertaining writing make this a fast, entertaining read. Lerner: Fools’ Experiments. We are not alone, and it’s our own damn fault. Lerner is pleased to announce the mass-market re-release of his 2008 cyber-thriller, Fools’ Experiments. Lerner is a member of SFWA. Seventeen never before collected stories by Edward M. Lerner, at every length from flash to novella, chosen from four separate magazines and three original anthologies.
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