By Tony Ballantyne
After a tumultuous starting, mid-23rd-century Earth now peacefully operates below the consistent surveillance of the Watcher, an all-seeing AI who has seized keep an eye on of the planet—and of the minds and our bodies of its humans. yet is the novel evolution that the Watcher has in brain a breakthrough or the start of a powerful cut up that might solid apart every little thing that actually makes us human?
It is 2252, and Judy is touring on a passenger send in deep area whilst catastrophe moves. nearly too very easily, unusual machines look onboard simply in time to assist. they're owned through DIANA, a advertisement association based on the earth. yet because the machines set up for the people to be taken to defense, Judy is held again. they've got detected whatever in her genetic code—something surprising: Judy isn't human. and he or she too is the valuables of DIANA.
Now Judy needs to go back to Earth to determine what DIANA expects of her…how she was once grown…and why she used to be destined to ruin the Watcher. yet is that this Judy even an identical individual? And does the hot Judy have a cause to destroy—or is she only a pawn in anyone else’s murderous video game?
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We go on and we bless the earth under our feet. But questions come to us again, as we walk in silence. If that which we have found is the corruption of solitude, then what can men wish for save corruption? If this is the great evil of being alone, then what is good and what is evil? Everything which comes from the many is good. Everything which comes from one is evil. This have we been taught with our first breath. We have broken the law, but we have never doubted it. Yet now, as we walk through the forest, we are learning to doubt.
We brought water from the stream which runs among the trees under our windows. We killed a mountain goat, and we brought its flesh to be cooked in a strange copper pot we found in a place of wonders, which must have been the cooking room of the house. We did this work alone, for no words of ours could take the Golden One away from the big glass which is not glass. They stood before it and they looked and looked upon their own body. When the sun sank beyond the mountains, the Golden One fell asleep on the floor, amidst jewels, and bottles of crystal, and flowers of silk.
It is my eyes which see, and the sight of my eyes grants beauty to the earth. It is my ears which hear, and the hearing of my ears gives its song to the world. It is my mind which thinks, and the judgement of my mind is the only searchlight that can find the truth. It is my will which chooses, and the choice of my will is the only edict I must respect. " Whatever road I take, the guiding star is within me; the guiding star and the loadstone which point the way. They point in but one direction. They point to me.
Divergence (Recursion, Book 3) by Tony Ballantyne