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The Noise Within
     

The Noise Within

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by Ian Whates
 

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On the brink of perfecting the long sought-after human/AI interface, Philip Kaufman finds his world thrown into turmoil as a scandal from the past returns to haunt him!

On the brink of perfecting the long sought-after human/AI interface, Philip Kaufman finds his world thrown into turmoil as a scandal from the past returns to haunt him and dangerous information

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On the brink of perfecting the long sought-after human/AI interface, Philip Kaufman finds his world thrown into turmoil as a scandal from the past returns to haunt him!

On the brink of perfecting the long sought-after human/AI interface, Philip Kaufman finds his world thrown into turmoil as a scandal from the past returns to haunt him and dangerous information falls into his hands. Pursued by assassins and attacked in his own home, he flees. Leyton, a government black-ops specialist, is diverted from his usual duties to hunt down the elusive pirate vessel The Noise Within, wondering all the while why this particular freebooter is considered so important. Two lives collide in this stunning space-opera from debut novelist Ian Whates!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781906735654
Publisher:
Rebellion
Publication date:
04/27/2010
Pages:
416
Product dimensions:
4.19(w) x 6.75(h) x 1.00(d)

Meet the Author

Ian Whates is a director of both the Science-Fiction Writers Association and the British Science-Fiction Association. He is also the proprietor and editor of NewCon Press. The Noise Within is his first novel.

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The Noise Within 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read this and The Noise Revealed, and both suffer from the same problem - long paragraphs of boring text that add nothing to an intriguing story line. The crowning example was a description of a meal near the end of The Noise Revealed. The meal was described in what seemed like endless detail, and it added absolutely nothing to the story. I skipped through the second half and was pleased to find it didn't change the story a bit. All of the extra text just got in the way. I bought Revealed thinming maybe all of the boring stuff in Within was character building and setup. As it turns out, it was just boring. Sorry, I can't recommend either book.