Gamers and Gods: AES

Gamers and Gods AES A demigod fights for Earth s freedom in the mind of a computer as two pantheons fight for the right to guide the future of humans But can Asklepios Homer s Blameless Physician defeat the The Devourer

  • Title: Gamers and Gods: AES
  • Author: Matthew Kennedy
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 121
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A demigod fights for Earth s freedom in the mind of a computer as two pantheons fight for the right to guide the future of humans But can Asklepios Homer s Blameless Physician defeat the The Devourer of Millions AES is the story of a man who wakes up after 3,000 years to find himself thrust into a fight for the independence of Earth from the control of alieA demigod fights for Earth s freedom in the mind of a computer as two pantheons fight for the right to guide the future of humans But can Asklepios Homer s Blameless Physician defeat the The Devourer of Millions AES is the story of a man who wakes up after 3,000 years to find himself thrust into a fight for the independence of Earth from the control of alien superbeings His battle is real and the stakes are real, but he will fight in a simulated battlefield in the memory of an online gaming computer He is as real as his comrades, but while they have real world bodies, his self driven avatar is all he has an incarnation as living software For the mortals who log in to help him, the prize is freedom from the aliens who want to control humanity s development to further their own power For Aes himself, the reward for success is his own apotheosis the right to dwell with the superbeings of Olympus His only chance is the help of Darla Kaplan and her gamer friends In this struggle for the freedom of mankind, the most powerful weapon of all may be the love of a woman for a man who is only a ghost in the machine.

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    1. I really tried my best to keep reading but threw towel at 1/3. so.ere we have a dumbass school drop out low Iq bimbo female lead (annoyed me endlessly) teaching a runaway npc (which gained self awareness) how to use himself in game.d there it goes. the npc sees a sentence hovering in air in front of his screen. . npc, a piece of code, seeing user interface window.uuh? next; he is hurtable. normal players are not. but these runaway npcs act as gamers bodies irl. and no comment e game creator does [...]

    2. Fascinating!Even though I am not a gamer, I was totally engrossed in this book. Two different alien species that we believe to be mythological gods are competing for control of humans. Their battlefield is inside the virtual reality of a hypercomputer game some twenty years in the future.

    3. Creative Sci-Fi StoryMatthew Kennedy was thinking way outside the box when he conquered this uncommon Sci-Fi Brew. His writing skill is like a spiders web that captures the devour’s the attention of the reader as he spins them deep into this ultimately prolific tale. Our main character wakes up in the future and is tasked with fighting for an earth he hasn’t been involved in, and barely recognizes, since it has been thousands of years since he has seen it! Imagine that one. It is like he is [...]

    4. The best books don't just tell a story - they grip you right at the start, carry you along,  teach you something along the way and leave you wanting more. AES, the first in Matthew Kennedy's Gamers and Gods trilogy, does all of these and more. In this installation, Kennedy introduces characters from the near future and the distant past and then mixes them together in an intriguing adventure that wouldn't let me put it down. This world is fantasy to some while reality to others and both are true [...]

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