Kill Decision

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Penguin, Jul 19, 2012 - Fiction - 512 pages
A scientist and a soldier must join forces when combat drones zero in on targets on American soil in this gripping technological thriller from New York Times bestselling author Daniel Suarez.

Linda McKinney studies the social behavior of insects—which leaves her entirely unprepared for the day her research is conscripted to help run an unmanned and automated drone army.

Odin is the secretive Special Ops soldier with a unique insight into a faceless enemy who has begun to attack the American homeland with drones programmed to seek, identify, and execute targets without human intervention.

Together, McKinney and Odin must slow this advance long enough for the world to recognize its destructive power. But as enigmatic forces press the advantage, and death rains down from above, it may already be too late to save mankind from destruction.

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User Review  - Paul_S - LibraryThing

Extra ridiculous but still a fun read. Boy gets girl and saves world, evil corporation rule the planet. Not exactly groundbreaking stuff here but has some nice touches in the tech involved. Having ... Read full review

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User Review  - Skybalon - LibraryThing

Entertaining but not as innovative as he'd like you to believe. It was interesting but there were unnecessary red-herrings and the good guy may be a little too good. I'll keep reading books by this author, but this wasn't my favorite of his. Read full review

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Daniel Suarez is the author of the New York Times bestseller Daemon, Freedom™, Kill Decision, and Influx. A former systems consultant to Fortune 1000 companies, his high-tech and sci-fi thrillers focus on the impact of technology-driven change. He lives in Los Angeles, California.

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