Bargain eBooks #561:

We, Robots by Sue Lange
Type: Novella
Genre: Science Fiction
Price: $2.99
Where to Get It:
Amazon (Kindle)       Smashwords       Publisher’s Website 
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Humorous story of the Singularity from the robot’s viewpoint. io9.com included We, Robots in its 13 Books that Will Change the Way You Look at Robots.
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What they’re saying about it:
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“We, Robots is a meditation on the passage of spirit into machine, an inversion of the Singularity fever which has so gripped our field these past few years, blended with a solid dose of Silver Age futurism. In a sense, this is a one-story survey of the history of our field, and man’s relationship with machines.” — Jay Lake
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“Its a moving, entertaining, and moralistic tale that I not only recommend but feel should be required reading in schools.”- Scott M. Sandridge, Tangent Online
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“…a delightful book”- Sam Tomaino, Space and Time Magazine

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Tritcheon Hash by Sue Lange
Genre: Science Fiction
Price: $4.99
Where to Get It:
Amazon (Kindle)   Smashwords
Publisher’s website

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Tritcheon Hash is a test pilot in the year 3011. She’s got it all: brains, guts, and a fast jet. But can she survive a mission to planet Earth? Kirkus Reviews included Tritcheon Hash in their “Best of 2011” list.
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What they’re saying about it:

“Against a vivid sci-fi backdrop, Lange brings a light touch to heavy material, with a fast-paced, funny story to boot.” — Kirkus

“Funny, perceptive and hard-hitting by turns – welcome to a new and witty voice in sf satire.” -John Grant, co-editor, The Encyclopedia of Fantasy

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