Degrees of Freedom (Samuil Petrovitch, Book 3) by Simon Morden

By Simon Morden

Winner of the 2012 Philip okay. Dick Award

The Six levels of Petrovitch

Michael is an AI of incalculable complexity trapped lower than the is still of Oshicora tower. Petrovitch will loose him sooner or later, he simply has to belief Michael will nonetheless be sane by the point he does.

Maddy and Petrovitch have belief matters. She's left him, yet Petrovitch is lovely convinced she nonetheless loves him.

Sonja Oshicora loves Petrovitch too. yet she's enjoying a sophisticated video game and it's now not transparent that she skill to save lots of him from what's coming.

The CIA desires to store the realm. good, simply the United States, yet they'll name it what they like.

The New computer Jihad is asking. yet Petrovitch killed it. Didn't he?

And the Armageddonists attempted to kill pretty well all people by means of blowing the realm up. Now, they need to do it again.

Once back, all roads lead again to Petrovitch. all people desires whatever from him, yet all he desires is to be free...

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