Can a software human really be both? Even if it's you? Jason1, one of the few softlife who used to be flesh-and-blood, doubts it. But Iooi, a young native softlife, considers her kind an evolutionary step beyond biology. Softlife and biological life must join forces in a war for the world itself and, just maybe, learn to appreciate the humanity in each other and themselves. More

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Words: 102,400
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301959426
About James R. Hardin

James R. Hardin received his first rejection from a major publisher when he was 11 years old and has been writing fiction intermittently ever since. After a long break earning a living and dealing with real life, he has returned to writing with renewed passion (although he still has to work around all that earning a living and real life stuff). Softlife is his first novel, though certainly not his last.

James supports himself and his family as an engineer in the R&D department of a major turbomachinery manufacturer, where he engages in aerodynamic design, computational fluid dynamics analyses, and battle with temperamental computers. When not writing or engineering, he often plays or composes music, usually on a piano or synthesizer. James lives in western Pennsylvania with his wife, a varying number of sons depending on who's home, and two lazy dogs.

You can find out more about James and his writing, as well as download a few free musical compositions with science fiction themes, at his website


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