Trail of Evil

Trail of Evil BOOK IN THE BEST SELLING TAU CETI AGENDA SERIES Humanity takes to interstellar space to face conflict and an extermination threat from both an evil artificial intelligence and a possible menace from

  • Title: Trail of Evil
  • Author: Travis S. Taylor
  • ISBN: 9781476780313
  • Page: 309
  • Format: Hardcover
  • BOOK 4 IN THE BEST SELLING TAU CETI AGENDA SERIES Humanity takes to interstellar space to face conflict and an extermination threat from both an evil artificial intelligence and a possible menace from beyond.A century and a half after the Martian Separatist Wars and the final defeat of insane terrorist leader El Ahmi, Alexander Moore returns to the stars with the SiennaBOOK 4 IN THE BEST SELLING TAU CETI AGENDA SERIES Humanity takes to interstellar space to face conflict and an extermination threat from both an evil artificial intelligence and a possible menace from beyond.A century and a half after the Martian Separatist Wars and the final defeat of insane terrorist leader El Ahmi, Alexander Moore returns to the stars with the Sienna Madira, a United States Navy supercarrier spacecraft outfitted with advanced FTL and endlessly strange, extremely effective, quantum based weapons and remote sensing technology And, of course, he s brought Marines, and lots of them These are troops superbly trained for space battle, and equipped with advanced, powered armor and artificial intelligence backup Moore s task hunt down remnant weaponry platforms left by the brilliant, mad artificial intelligence known as Copernicus, the being ultimately responsible for the Solar System wide civil war Yet Moore is about to uncover something far sinister before his destruction, Copernicus had established multiple mecha warrior defended bases with the intent of resuming the destruction of humanity Worse, an AI presence even dangerous, evil, and clever than Copernicus may have formed an alliance with something else out there with a similar goal wipe humanity from the galaxy forever But those enemies will have to face a fully armed and equipped military task force led by a resolute general and his soldiers who know they are all that stand between human life, freedom, and progress and the total annihilation of mankind.About Travis S Taylor E xplodes with inventive action Publishers Weekly on Travis S Taylor s The Quantum Connection Warp Speed reads like Doc Smith writing Robert Ludlum.You won t want to put it down John Ringo

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    1. Spoiler alert, this book stinks. The first 2/3rds of the book is gratuitous violence and sex, neither of which advance the plot or develop a character and after a few pages is as boring as hell. TLAs (three letter acronyms) and other abbreviations are liberally scattered throughout the text along with cliched military speak and bafflegab in an attempt to liven things up, it just make matters worse. Technology is bizarre, problems are either simple or complex not based on their scope, but what dr [...]

    2. There were parts of this story that didn't hang together for me. Sometimes, it seemed like simple science puzzles would stymie the good guys or the bad guys, and other times it seemed like they were able to solve difficult science problems too easily. There are implanted AI's in everyone's heads, kind of like a laptop without a lap. They give them names and the AI's take very little initiative. They require commands. Not spoken, you can think them. And your AI can talk to your boyfriend's AI and [...]

    3. Trail of Evil , Tau Ceti Agenda by Travis Taylor. This book continues Taylor’s tradition of fast paced action adventure military science . The book follows the story of Moore family featured prominently in the other 3 books of the series. Although this is a standalone novel it would be helpful if the reader had a passing knowledge of the prior books. Do a quick Google or Bing, or search and read the reviews. The book continues the story of the Alexander Moore ex president of of the solar syst [...]

    4. This is the 4th book in the "Tau Ceti Agenda" series by Dr. Travis S. Taylor. Although all the previous books in this series have been very good I think this one is the best so far. It is a perfect blend of Military Science Fiction and Space Opera. It is action packed with battles against evil aliens intent on the conquest of Earth and her space colonies. The characters are all people you would probably want to know in real life and definitely you would want them watching your "six" in a battle. [...]

    5. I have read all of Mr. Taylor's books and really enjoyed them all, so I was excited to see this one come out. However, the slipshod way the story is told, the gaps in time and the lack of explanation around issues in the story make it hard to follow. The previous stories make little if any mention of the AI which took over the head of the Separatists, yet now this is the main character and the story comes across as if this was something which should have been known all along.

    6. One word review; Meh. I stopped reading this book about two hundred pages in because it is boring. If you need erotica there are better places, if you want action there are better books. This book is like the anime it is closely related to. No the first season of a great anime show, more like the third where the producers say fuck it and make a steaming pile of shit. That's this book. Travis S. Taylor has written some amazing books, this isn't one of them.

    7. This was a good book continuing the story of the Tau Ceti Agenda series ! It really helps if you have read the first 3 books and liked them ! Lots and lots of battles for the Military SciFi fans ! The ending though pushes you to really, really want to read the next book in the series to find out what happens next !

    8. Not quite up to the standard of the first three, this book seemed forced and the plot a bit contrived and all of a sudden it got all sexual, the combat was srill excellent as was the science, Taylor's grasp of science leaves you a bit woozy, so it was still a good book but it had issues. As I said, there were some plot points that abused one's suspension of disbelief.

    9. A decent book with a couple of surprise twists.Those we thought were dead might not be, and those whom we thought we knew are different.Everything up to this point was smoke and mirrors, and it still might be.

    10. I can't get past a 20 - 30 something year old Marine calling her commanding officer, general, and father, "Daddy" in front of her unit. Just no

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