The Machinery of Light

The Machinery of Light With The Machinery of Light David J Williams completes his furiously paced stunningly imagined trilogy a work of vision beauty and pulse pounding futuristic action September GMT Fol

  • Title: The Machinery of Light
  • Author: David J. Williams
  • ISBN: 9780553385434
  • Page: 385
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Machinery of Light

    With The Machinery of Light, David J Williams completes his furiously paced, stunningly imagined trilogy a work of vision, beauty, and pulse pounding futuristic action September 26, 2110 10 22 GMT Following the assassination of the American president, the generals who have seized power initiate World War Three, launching a surprise attack against the Eurasian CoalitioWith The Machinery of Light, David J Williams completes his furiously paced, stunningly imagined trilogy a work of vision, beauty, and pulse pounding futuristic action September 26, 2110 10 22 GMT Following the assassination of the American president, the generals who have seized power initiate World War Three, launching a surprise attack against the Eurasian Coalition s forces throughout the Earth Moon system Across the orbits, tens of thousands of particle beams and lasers blast away at one another The goal crush the other side s weaponry, paving the way for nuclear bombardment of the cities As inferno becomes Armageddon, the rogue commando unit Autumn Rain embarks on one last run Matthew Sinclair, an imprisoned spymaster, plots his escape And his former protege Claire Haskell, capable of hacking into both nets and minds, is realizing that all her powers may merely be playing into Sinclair s plans For even as Claire evades the soldiers of East and West amid carnage in the lunar tunnels, the surviving members of the Rain converge upon the Moon, one step ahead of the Eurasian fleets but one step behind the mastermind who created Autumn Rain and his terrible final secret.

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    1. Joshua Palmatier

      Literally just finished reading the third book in David J. Williams' Autumn Rain trilogy, The Machinery of Light. This is an action-packed sci-fi thriller that you can totally see being made into a movie, with intense battle scenes that are non-stop, along with highly visual settings that the movie industry would love. There's also some heavy-duty tech going on, mostly dealing with the author's vision of what the "internet" and "computers" will be like in the future, what he's calling "zones" in [...]

    2. Raja

      This is a strong conclusion to the Autumn Rain trilogy. I was surprised that I managed to correctly predict one element of the ending -- that's a first for me with these books. Usually the twists are completely unpredictable and there are no cues beforehand to suggest what's coming. Williams writes with his usual terse, non-descriptive prose, which might put some readers off. It didn't particularly bother me, at least not by the third book in the series.I found it almost impossible to put down. [...]

    3. Joe

      This one was a bit broader in concept than the first two. More like it brought much more depth to concepts glanced over before. The thing I liked most about the earlier books was the hell-bent pace, which is still there but which feels a bit less central than before. I liked it, though I lost track of some of the characters' backstories so wasn't sure why some of these cats were along on the hell bent ride.

    4. Todd

      Not as impressed with this volume of the trilogy as the first two. The author kept switching between the many story lines, often with only a paragraph for each set of characters. Made for a tough read. Which, in turn, made the ending harder to buy. He worked hard to sell it, but it just was too much of a leap for me to take.

    5. Tamahome

      I haven't even read the 1st 2 books, which I've probably spoiled for myself, but I need something for a long wait tomorrow, and this is the only paperback in stores. These are definitely books for people with ADD, similar to Resnick's Starship series.

    6. Brandon

      Several times I wanted to just quit, especially the last 80 pages or so, which were just FUNCTIONS, people moving into place for the finale. The last 20 pages kinda redeemed it, but I should probably have stopped after the first book (which was good) and not gone full trilogy.

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