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Majesty's Offspring (Book 1)
Price: Free! Words: 115,990. Language: English. Published: August 7, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » General, Fiction » Science fiction » Space opera
More than a century ago, war hero Julius Verndock helped end a galactic war with Majesty—the first living machine. Today in 2213, he and his partner Laina command a pirate ship, and despite their desire to retire from the pirate life, are drawn into another galactic conflict where they must once again save humanity, but this time with help from Chorus—Majesty's secret offspring...
Rumble in the Library!
Price: Free! Words: 6,060. Language: English. Published: May 28, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Short stories
Dave Anderson, 'Acquisistions Agent', must help his friend stop a murderer at the library!
The Rookie
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 41,270. Language: English. Published: May 10, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » General
Unit 838 is on the fast track for promotion as a human-exterminating cyborg, until winning the wrong battle gets him sentenced to use as target practice. His only chance at redemption is a deep-cover mission against a renegade cyborg hiding among the humans. Can he fool suspicious humans, evade machines that want to recycle him, and (most difficult of all) learn to play poker?
Depersonalization and Derealization: Responses to Industrialization in The Matrix and Terminator Series
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 7,420. Language: English. Published: March 29, 2011. Categories:
This essay analyzes how The Matrix and The Terminator series address mankind’s dependence on machines in various ways. This essay demonstrates that, while most films discussing industrialization depict it negatively in an explicit way, there is often an undertone of the futility in resisting the change. Furthermore, these films suggest humanity's change into a machinelike state is inevitable.