Gamers and Gods II: MACHAON

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A saga called Uniquely Creative by reviewers continues. AES (Asklepios, Aesculapius to the Romans) has fought the good fight. Now he is gone...but he left a son behind him, a surprise virtual conception in Darla's avatar. MACHAON, the son of Asklepios, continues his father's battle for the freedom of humans. He'll face SEKHMET, the Destroyer of Rebellions as the universe holds its breath. More

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Words: 96,120
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310024221
About Matthew Kennedy

I'm not a complete fool, and I've had an interesting life. Born to a Navy family. Presidential appointment to Annapolis. BS Physics from UCF. Physics graduate school at FSU where I met P.A.M. Dirac while he was still alive. Taught calculus-based physics at Wesley College. ASP programmer at Sylvan, Worldnetpress, Versient, Walter Reed AMC, and Agile Access Control. Co-inventor of the hypercube loudspeaker enclosure, US patent #4,231,446 granted 11/4/1980.

Author of the Gamers and Gods trilogy and continuing to write The Metaspace Chronicles.

About the Series: Gamers and Gods
A Greek demigod and his descendants fight an alien pantheon for the freedom of humans. While a post-WWIII United Earth dreams and plays in online quantum computers, Transcended beings vie for the right to control Earth's future. Will Zeus and his Olympians succeed in driving off the Children of Nuit - who directed the Egyptian civilization?

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Review by: Derrick Frances on June 22, 2015 :
A great continuation of the storyline

After the way the first book ended I couldn’t wait to dig into the sequel. This picks up right after the first ended and takes an interesting direction in virtual reality that I did not expect, and have never seen before. I liked how the author handles this unique scenario and characters. With the Greek Gods meddling things once again get complicated and when Sekhmet gets added to the mix things take another interesting turn. Between the fascinating characters and unique settings I found myself immersed in this book from beginning to end. The pacing is really good, just fast enough to keep your interest without getting confusing. It’s hard to fit this book into one genre but if you’re a fan of sci-fi, Greek mythology, online virtual reality, fight sequences or even romance you will enjoy this series. I’m looking forward to reading book three.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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