Tillian 5: The Overseer

Tillian 5: The Overseer

by Kalifer Deil
     
 

In this final Volume III, Maggie faces many powerful potential enemies and the possible end of the Universe. At first the Clicker's, an insectoid race of beings, try to take over the Earth's and Tillian 5's android population. Next, the Overseer decides he wants Maggie to himself. That event is followed by the Assemblers, an emotionless race of machines, who want

Overview

In this final Volume III, Maggie faces many powerful potential enemies and the possible end of the Universe. At first the Clicker's, an insectoid race of beings, try to take over the Earth's and Tillian 5's android population. Next, the Overseer decides he wants Maggie to himself. That event is followed by the Assemblers, an emotionless race of machines, who want to reform all planets in their path to their purpose by extinguishing all biological life. Finally, Maggie and her small band of androids face a challenge beyond this Universe. Throughout, Maggie uses love, sex and her vast intelligence combined with Keeper technology as her toolkit to solve problems often with unintended consequences. Always looming in the shadow is the androids' preoccupation with sex, their drug of choice, which periodically threatens to absorb them into a virtual world of pleasure to the exclusion of reality and humanity.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940033278039
Publisher:
Kalifer Deil
Publication date:
05/29/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
295 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Kalifer Deil is the pen name of Gary Feierbach a Silicon Valley computer software and hardware engineer. His technical publications are under Gary Feierbach. All others are under Kalifer Deil. He has a BA in Physics and Mathematics and an MS in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.
He has worked on computer architecture, design, engineering management, and systems and application software for NASA, Intergraph, Sun and Apple.

He has only recently devoted most of his time to writing. Most of his works would be classified as hard science fiction. Hopefully it is in the spirit of Issac Asimov but generally a bit more gritty and less inhibited. Please visit his website http://www.kaliferdeil.com for some free stories, poems and other oddities or go to http://www.speculativescience.com for more information

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