Nanomech

Rated 3.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Aiben leads an uncertain life as a cybermancer acolyte and part-time starship mechanic. When the Zenzani Protectorate invades his homeworld, he learns that the molecule-sized machines augmenting his body and mind have a centuries-old plan for him. He must find an ancient weapon and a long-forgotten people that will bring his past crashing into his future and seal his destiny forever. More
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About R. David King

R. David King lives with his family in the Pacific Northwest where he works for a large international software company by day and dreams up stories to entertain himself and others by night.

Reviews

Review by: Austin12345 on July 11, 2015 :
FAIL at 10 percent. I give a book to the 10 percent mark to show me its worth the time to read it. This book didn't even come close. First, amature writers of sci-fi seem compelled to use random letters and use it as a name, bad idea. It adds nothing to the story and makes relating to the character all but impossible. The same for being telepathic. It has a name, no reason to dream up a bad mixture of nonsense letters just to,again make the story a pain to read.

Her is my tip to this author, I do NOT want to work to read your story, I read for enjoyment and RELAXING.

Finally, I can not imagine anyone giving this two stars much less five, unless it's friends, family or the author with multiple accounts.
(review of free book)

Review by: d F on June 24, 2015 :
This is a quick well written action packed space opera.. Based on name and plot I suspected something in the style of Neal Stephenson (you know Diamond Age due to nanomechs).. Well, there is some Stephenson in it, nanotechnology and loads of extremely unlikely ;-) action scenes that lead to the unexpected but optimal results..
[Spoiler Alert!] But there is also Herbert and Gibson (and I'd say more of those than Stephenson), a sped up Dune (with plots within plots within plots, seeded "fabricated" mythology that is expolited by the Chosen One) on Neuromancer (AI personages and cybermancers hacking through hypernet) steroids ;-)), an eclectic feast in the best sense of the word (for the record, I do like eclectic, it is a sign that the author got inspired by the best and, moreover, in 21st century, what is not eclectic, most likely pretends to be original yet hardly can be so as part of some 3000 years of recorded written tradition).
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Review by: olddiver on April 05, 2013 :
Not bad,David. Not bad! I could get use to this.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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