Not Quite Dead Geniuses at Large on an Angry Planet
Not Quite Dead Geniuses at Large on an Angry Planet

How many times does a genius have to die anyway? Rudyard Albert Goldstein, inventor of the Biomic Network algorithm, asked himself—and his AI guardian, Mnemosyne (aka Nessie)—that question many times in the course of their million-year relationship. Nessie didn’t play fair, making multiple copies of him from time to time in an effort to preserve his precocious species, H. sapiens from natural disasters, invading aliens, their own self-destructive proclivities, and even from the now angry planet that gave them birth.

Could Rudy & Nessie manage to convince multiple species, each with their own unique delusions of grandeur, to work together to avert their own extinctions? Could Rudy find a way to let Nessie finally set him free?

Only time—and the completion of an even vaster intellect—would tell.


Book Details


  • Humor
  • Science Fiction

Age Level: 

  • Mature Young Adult
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Set in the near future where advanced technology now exists, this story is all about the interrelationship between several species such as humans, Jadderbadians, and trees horses also referred to as Grovians. Humans, Jadderbadians, species from the Planet Jadderbad, and tree horses live on Earth. This relationship led to several events due to the interactions especially between the humans and Jadderbadians.

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