The Cassini Division: Book Three: The Fall Revolution Series

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Little, Brown Book Group, Jun 7, 2012 - Fiction - 336 pages
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Ellen May Ngwethu is a young woman with centuries of experience, no morality and the true knowledge. The world she knows is about to end.

The Cassini Division, elite defence force of the Solar Union, sends her on a search for the man whose knowledge could save it. A search that takes her from space to the ruins of London, and back; from the margins of her socialist-anarchist world to its most dangerous edge. The Division's orbital forts around Jupiter are the front line in a centuries-long conflict with post-human AIs, whose intentions are unknown but whose powers once extended to shattering Ganymede and building a wormhole bridge to the far future. Their radio-borne viruses blanket the Solar System, keeping most of its resources from humanity's grasp.

But are the post-humans less hostile than they seem?

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His vocabulary and story telling are masterful. - Goodreads
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Ken has a clear writing voice that is consistent and powerful. His vocabulary and story telling are masterful. I am not so much a fan of the anachronistic political machinations and so there are times ... Read full review

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The Cassini Division By Ken Macleod Publisher: Tor Published In: New York City, NY, USA Date: 1998 Pgs: 240 REVIEW MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS Summary: Humanity and Earth have seen a lot of history following ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Since graduating from Glasgow University in 1976, Ken MacLeod has worked as a computer analyst in Edinburgh. He now writes full-time.

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