Firewall: Samu'el

The Children of the Great Reckoning Series continues in Firewall Book 2 Samu elSamue l Stelle remembers very little of his life as a human child Injured in a horrific accident, his mind has been at play in a nanotech driven game for nearly two decades His only living companion in this alternate world is Nuress, an artificial intelligence originally designed to create SThe Children of the Great Reckoning Series continues in Firewall Book 2 Samu elSamue l Stelle remembers very little of his life as a human child Injured in a horrific accident, his mind has been at play in a nanotech driven game for nearly two decades His only living companion in this alternate world is Nuress, an artificial intelligence originally designed to create Sam s game experiences from his stuff of his own mind.But in a world where everything is simply Sam mirrored back to himself, sanity is becoming a precious commodity Nuress, seeking to protect his fragile heart, bonds Sam to another young man, Ianto Tobali They touch at last through the nanotech they carry in their biological bodies, and find in each other a reason to live But Ianto is already a pawn in a world bruised by first plagues and then the bizarre genetic changes imposed on a whole generation of children If Sam is a creator, then Ianto is a surely a destroyer, the man who breaks things from within.Their union ties together both consensual reality and the Game, and the ripples from that connection will force all beings to redefine the very parameters of what it means to be human as well as the very nature of that emotion called love.Show Show less
Firewall Samu el The Children of the Great Reckoning Series continues in Firewall Book Samu elSamue l Stelle remembers very little of his life as a human child Injured in a horrific accident his mind has been at pl

  • Title: Firewall: Samu'el
  • Author: K.B. Nelson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 424
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Firewall: Samu'el”

    1. "I entered a temple once experience what was meant by this slippery word 'holy'looking into Ianto's eyes, it all changed. I finally understood. And I thought, ah, it is God who needs to see us and not the other way around."3.5 stars, rounded to 4 stars.Firewall: Samu'el (F:S) is the second book in this series and a direct continuation. This addition to the series continues to be a plot-driven work of science fiction that is paced better than its predecessor. While book one took time in establish [...]

    2. These books are for people who like to think while they read. They are full of philosophy on the nature of power, religion, consciousness, love pretty much everything. Mainly, though they are reflections on politics and governments, on the nature of power structures and manipulation. The margas are metaphors for the warring of science and religion, and how underneath the war there are people who want control.There are a lot of interesting technical concepts here as well, with the nanotechnology. [...]

    3. Unlike the other reviewer, I knew this was the second book of a series, so I read the first book before this one. You really need to read the books of this series in order, so that you can understand it. When I first started this series, I thought it would be too confusing to read, but I kept reading it and couldn't put it down. I read the whole series over two days because I wanted to know how this would end. I would have loved more romance in this book, but the story hooked me so much that I c [...]

    4. I got this book from good reads. I loved this book alot. The setting and characters spring to life. It's well worth the read. the only reason I didn't give it 5 stars, is it seems you needed to have read the first one to get this one.

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