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Signal Shattered
     

Signal Shattered

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by Eric Nylund
 

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The Earth is the graveyard of billions, thanks to mathematician and rogue cryptographer Jack Potter and the treacherous extraterrestrial creature known as Wheeler, Jack's one-time business partner in the trade of alien and human technologies. But Potter and a handful of others managed to escape the holocaust thanks to the miracle of teleportation. From the cold

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Signal Shattered 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Not truly a sequel, more a continuation and conclusion of the earlier Signal to Noise. As in the prior book, the technobable and pseudoscience occasionally become overly dense, but the action and characters carry the novel along to a satisfying conclusion, something scifi novels often fail to achieve.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you read Signal to Noise, you must read this book. It gets a little far-fetched, but that's what sci-fi is all about. Good ending that makes you want to read more into the future of this fictional cosmo world. Strays from physics some, but explores the realm of problem solving in a multi-plexed state.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I read the second book first. The way that different technology is linked is really great. Uses cutting edge or theoretical technology of today to show some possibilities in the near future. I found both books very hard to put down.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This sequel is a huge let-down from the first book, which was amazing. I'd recommend highly that you read Signal to Noise, but that you stop there. Signal Shattered is farsical, a complete departure from any scientific basis. The first book was believable. You could accept that he contacted alien races and communicated with them. But this book is just ridiculous. He ruined the book with a type of out of control cloning that could never be possible in this universe. Still, it's not bad, it has good elements to it also, but not really worth reading either.