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-- LARRY NIVEN, Hugo and Nebula Award-winning author of Ringworld --back cover
"Lerner shows what it might be like to live in times of artificial intelligence. An entrancing and frightening novel."
-- JERRY POURNELLE, Prometheus and Robert A. Heinlein Award-winning author --back cover
"' Miracle: an event or act that breaks a law of nature -- especially one attributed to a deity.' The miracles in Edward M. Lerner's new book may be small ones, but they fit the definition in that they definitely aren't natural -- which could be a problem. When God makes a miracle, it's a wonder, but a man-made miracle can as easily be a blunder. We are only human after all."
-- BRIAN LUMLEY, Grand Master of Horror and author of Necroscope --back cover
"Edward M. Lerner's Small Miracles is a splendid combination of hard SF and a techno-thriller about nanotechnology gone really, really wrong."
-- ERIC FLINT, New York Times bestselling author of the Ring of Fire series --back cover
"From its explosive beginning to its explosive finale, Small Miracles is fast paced and very high tech and reads like a Michael Crichton novel. It is extremely intriguing and provocative; I couldn't put it down, especially during the last fifty pages when so many lives were in danger. The epilogue is wonderfully downbeat and open, letting the reader know that the real nightmare has just begun."
-- SFrevu --SFrevu, October 2009 (http://sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.php?id=9421)
"Small Miracles" makes the hard work of weaving a science-fiction action thriller with a human story
look easy -- and that's on top of the fact that nanotechnology is tough to... Read more
It was enlightening to see where he took nano technology. My interest was maintained to the end of the book.Published 18 months ago by Rohit (NZ)
The two poles of speculative fiction are unbridled optimism and horror. The landscape between is more mundane, and, fortunately for us so far, the more likely. Read morePublished on December 10, 2010 by James L. Gillaspy
Garner Nanotechnology has developed a suit that is light, easy to use and can make someone close to invulnerable. Read morePublished on April 17, 2010 by April