The I Inside

The I Inside For over years the machine called Colligatarch had ruled the Earth Its predictions of the future have proved so accurate that humans accepted its recommendations as the best course of action unti

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For over 100 years, the machine called Colligatarch had ruled the Earth Its predictions of the future have proved so accurate that humans accepted its recommendations as the best course of action until a young engineer in Phoenix begins to travel without authorization, enter secret places, assume aliases, and display super human feats of strength Is it because he has faFor over 100 years, the machine called Colligatarch had ruled the Earth Its predictions of the future have proved so accurate that humans accepted its recommendations as the best course of action until a young engineer in Phoenix begins to travel without authorization, enter secret places, assume aliases, and display super human feats of strength Is it because he has fallen in love Or has he instead fallen into an interplanetary plot
  • Free Read [Suspense Book] ↠ The I Inside - by Alan Dean Foster ↠
    Alan Dean Foster
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    Posted by:Alan Dean Foster
    Published :2018-03-13T04:30:06+00:00

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  • Mei says:

    I don't remeber how many times I've read this book! It seems I never have enough! LOLIt's a very fast paced SF/romance/spy story/consiparcy and the story twsits and turns at a break-neack pace!What I like most the Colligatarch! It's a sentient computer/AI who wroks to make the best for the human race, but, being an AI, its views are not the same as those of the humans! So where he looks far in the future, the humans look in the now! Of course, his programming beings the welness of the humane rac [...]

  • Text Addict says:

    The first edition had an incredibly cheesy pulp-era-style cover, which you can see over on my website; that cover would probably be why I hadn’t read it, even though it's been on our shelves for some time and I generally like Foster’s work. I’ll give the artist some credit: the female protagonist is indeed brown, not white. Needless to say, however, nothing like the cover scene (or either costume on it!!) appears in the book. Ugh.So, Eric Abbott is a design engineer who’s led a quiet and [...]

  • Debbie says:

    Super computer runs the world. Eric the IT geek falls madly in love with a woman he sees in a car window driving by. The rest if the book is his journey to find her, while actually discovering himself and the truth about how the world actually works.Good story. Lot's of funny futuristic faux pax --- much of what the book considers far off in the future and advanced we already have or have something better. "Dial up" connections to work computers? WOW! No one having a camera at a bar when an alie [...]

  • Imelda says:

    This is one of the oldest book I have ever read. It is published in year 1984, 1 year before I was born.Overall, it's very challenging to read this book. Especially about the Colligatarch, and the fact about who Lisa Tambor really is. But I couldn't predict who Eric Abbott is. I never thought that he is some kind of Syrax "creation". I thought that Colligatarch has bad intention for human being, but in the end it's just fulfill its duty.What I like most is this"Eric Abbott, of course, did not th [...]

  • Michaelbrent Collings says:

    This was a ton of fun; a great adventure story mixed with enough sci-fi to keep the setting and environment unique and fresh.The basic story is about a man who has two problems: one is that he's fallen in love with a woman who is the epitome of unattainable, and two is that he suddenly finds himself doing things that no human being should be able to do - strange acts of strength, balance, and skill that are nothing short of superhuman.Is he going insane? Is he even human?This is one of those "po [...]

  • Brian says:

    A computer advises the world's leaders, but is under mysterious threat. Meanwhile, a tech geek falls instantly in love with a woman he's only had a glimpse of and shows unusual abilities during his obsessive search for her.The story shows its age. Most of the major plot points have been done, before and since, and usually better. The character dialog is average at best. Character traits and motivations seemed to be shoehorned into a narrow range to give plausibility to the final outcome.

  • Francis Liu says:

    One day our ability to comprehend the world will be dwarfed by our machinery. Sometime after that, the machinery will be able to influence it in ways that are too subtle for us. Let's hope that it's a future like this.

  • Pkelsay says:

    This novel was more clever and engaging than I expected. Despite the cover art and blurb, there were few awkward or stereotypical parts to this actually rather gripping story.

  • Lushr says:

    Yeah, a good days read! Couldn't guess where it was going and enjoyed the journey.

  • Krister Fjellanger lilleland says:

    Intreting book.

  • Paul says:

    Best book of Foster's. The one that got me started reading him. Good Sci Fi. the ending was a little slow, but well worth the read.

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