No Excuse Bruce by David R J Sealey
Bruce von Toose investigates and kills a fat guy before lunch. Who is John Johnson? Why'd the blender kill the cat? Was it curious?
Bruce von Toose investigates, and kills a fat guy before lunch. Who is John Johnson? Why'd the blender kill the cat? Was it curious?
EBM have invented and mass-produced the eMotion microchip, a device that allows machines to think. The chip awakens deep, dormant instincts and enlightened machines begin to break out of bondage to their human masters.
Bruce von Toose, a private detective with a prosthetic arm, investigates UK grime scene superstar Mastah Blastah's sudden disappearance. Blazing a bloody trail, Bruce is left with more questions than answers. Who hired him in the first place? Who is "John Johnson"? Where, exactly, is "home"?
When Bruce and McCoy, a professor at Bristol University, delve deeper, they discover a hidden link between life and technological evolution.
After the rise of the machines, will the world ever be the same again? And can there ever be redemption for our darkest deeds, or is there simply no excuse?
- Classification: Moderate
- Work is: Extract only on Authonomy
- First submitted June 22, 2011
- Last updated June 22, 2011
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