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- Print Length: 368 pages
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- Publisher: Eduardo Suastegui (September 6, 2016)
- Publication Date: September 6, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01L294POE
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Resettlement (Quantum Law Book 2) Kindle Edition
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But even as they search for grounds for leniency for him, the quantum-law partners find themselves buried in the task of validating claims on land in Los Angeles. Prime real estate in the dressier parts of the city has been rebuilt at last, and people who owned it at the time of the Crisis—the same one that left their government in the digital hands of the Quantum Law computers—want to come home. They want to reclaim the property they were forced to abandon. It'll take more than a claim of residence, though, and the partners have to balance grey areas of human motivation and political maneuvering against the black-and-white, cut-and-dried judgement of the machines. And the hybrids. And the Hive in Big Bear.
Following close on the legal and moral chicanery of "Quantum Law: Containment," this novel takes Jerry to an even darker place. Can he trust his partner? Can he trust his ex? Can he even trust himself?
Once again, Suastegui has woven a tricky trap from the moral questions that rise from trusting our governance to a machine. Quantum *or* political.
Every time I thought I understood the multiple plot paths woven into this story, another twist keeps me reading and enjoying the adventure even more. Most books can rest for a few days until I get back to them, but I can't stop reading any of these books.
The Quantum Law series really makes the reader think, and the unbelievable becomes believable as the author stretches the possibilities of future events. Every character is well developed, and the complex relationships between humans, augmented humans, and technology are balanced to the point where even the definition of humanity seems to change
Eduardo, my friends and I await your third book in this series... Thank you for the books you write.
I really enjoyed this book which was second book in this series and the characters all seems to have grown closer to agreements this time with what's happened before. I just hope that there will be another book after this one for I would love to find out what happened after the RESETTLEMENT
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