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Infinity Engine (Transformation #3)
By (author): Neal Asher
9781509868537 Paperback, B-format English FICTION / Science Fiction / Action & Adventure May 18, 2021
$21.99 CAD
Active 6.06 x 7.66 x 1.45 in | 390 gr 576 pages Pan Macmillan Tor
The explosive conclusion to Neal Asher's Transformation trilogy, following Dark Intelligence and War Factory. Now reissued with a new cover look. A man battles for his life, two AIs vie for supremacy and a civilization hangs in the balance. Several forces now pursue rogue artificial intelligence Penny Royal, hungry for revenge or redemption. And the Brockle is the most dangerous of all. This criminal swarm-robot AI has escaped confinement and is upgrading itself, becoming ever more powerful in anticipation of a showdown. Events also escalate aboard the war factory. Here Thorvald Spear, alien prador, and an assassin drone struggle to stay alive, battling insane AIs and technology gone wild. Then the Weaver arrives - last remnant of a race that died out two million years ago. But what could it contribute to Penny Royal's tortuous plans? And beyond the war factory a black hole conceals a tantalizing secret which could destroy the Polity. As AIs, humans and prador clash at its boundary, will anything survive their explosive final confrontation? "Transcends the borders of morality, existence, and spacetime itself." - Publishers Weekly

Neal Asher divides his time between Essex and Crete, mostly at a keyboard and mentally light-years away. His full-length novels are as follows. First is the Agent Cormac series: Gridlinked, The Line of Polity, Brass Man, Polity Agent, and Line War. Next comes the Spatterjay series: The Skinner, The Voyage of the Sable Keech, and Orbus. Also set in the same world of the Polity are the standalone novels - Hilldiggers, Prador Moon, Shadow of the Scorpion, and The Technician - as well as the Transformation trilogy: Dark Intelligence, War Factory, and Infinity Engine. Set in a dystopian future are: The Departure, Zero Point and Jupiter War, while Cowl takes us across time. Neal's lastest series, Rise of the Jain, is also set in the Polity Universe and consists of The Soldier, The Warship, and The Human.

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