The Corporation Wars: Insurgence by Ken MacleodThe Corporation Wars: Insurgence by Ken Macleod

The Corporation Wars: Insurgence

byKen Macleod

Mass Market Paperback | December 20, 2016

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Ken MacLeod continues the Corporation Wars trilogy in this action-packed science fiction adventure told against a backdrop of interstellar drone warfare, virtual reality, and an A.I. revolution.
And the ultimate pay-off is DH-17, an Earth-like planet hundreds of light years from human habitation.
Ruthless corporations vie over the prize remotely, and war is in full swing. But soldiers recruited to fight in the extremities of deep space come with their own problems: from A.I. minds in full rebellion, to Carlos 'the Terrorist' and his team of dead mercenaries, reincarnated from a bloodier period in earth's history for one purpose only - to kill.
But as old rivalries emerge and new ones form, Carlos must decide whether he's willing for fight for the company or die for himself.
Ken MacLeod is the author of several previous novels, five of which have been nominated for the Arthur C. Clarke Award, and two which have won the BSFA Award. Ken MacLeod is married with two grown-up children and lives in Scotland.
Title:The Corporation Wars: InsurgenceFormat:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:384 pages, 7.5 × 4.25 × 1 inPublished:December 20, 2016Publisher:OrbitLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0316363693

ISBN - 13:9780316363693

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"[The Corporation Wars] is a kind of action-packed Dirty Dozen or Suicide Squad scenario . . . . MacLeod does many astonishing things here. Hecreates viable, believable multiplex interactions among so many different setsof characters, human and robot. His detailing of the non-human way of thinkingand speaking employed by the freebots is fun and exemplary . . . . He shows akeen hand with action sequences. And there is a generous amount of humor toleaven the otherwise dire and deadly consequences of the multi-front war."-Locus on The Corporation Wars: Dissidence