The Trilisk AI

Rated 3.75/5 based on 4 reviews
The Trilisk AI is the second book in the PIT series. Recruited by a group of artifact smugglers, Telisa endures deadly opposition on her first expedition and comes out an experienced explorer. Telisa and Magnus feel up to a new challenge, but does Shiny have a hidden agenda? More

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I am a software engineer in Silicon Valley who dreams of otherworldly creatures, mysterious alien planets, and fantastic adventures. I am also an indie author with over 111K paid sales plus another 86K free downloads.

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About the Series: Parker Interstellar Travels
Telisa Relachik studied to be a xenoarchaeologist in a future where humans have found alien artifacts but have never encountered live aliens. Of all the aliens whose extinct civilizations are investigated, the Trilisks are the most advanced and the most mysterious. Telisa refuses to join the government because of her opposition to its hard-handed policies restricting civilian investigation and trade of alien artifacts, despite the fact that her estranged father is a captain in the United Nations Space Force.

When a group of artifact smugglers recruits her, she can't pass up the chance at getting her hands on alien objects that could advance her life's work as an employee of their front company, Parker Interstellar Travels.

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Reviews

Shannon Doran reviewed on on Sep. 6, 2013

Compelling, I had a hard time putting it down. Seems to be a fresh approach.
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
Thomas Woodring reviewed on on April 4, 2013
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trilisk ai continues to move the new series along.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Mark Langridge reviewed on on March 2, 2013

Good part 2
(reviewed 42 days after purchase)
Brett Chapman reviewed on on Dec. 3, 2012

Pretty engaging - I enjoyed the fact that the author has clearly given a lot of thought to the psychology of his alien, and hasn't just overlaid human motivations onto a non-human character. Some of the 'supporting' human characters weren't explored as much as they could have been. Still, I'd feel comfortable recommending the series.
(reviewed 10 days after purchase)
Kerry Thompson reviewed on on Sep. 12, 2012

An interesting new Space Opera series. Follows on well from the first book and opens a range of opportunities for future ones. I found character development a bit patchy and found some of the characterisations of the aliens more believable than those of the humans.
(reviewed 41 days after purchase)
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