Radiate

Radiate

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Random House, Inc.
In the follow-up to Lightless and Supernova, C. A. Higgins fuses science fiction, suspense, and drama to tell the story of a most unlikely heroine: Ananke, once a military spacecraft, now a sentient artificial intelligence. Ananke may have the powers of a god, but she is consumed by a very human longing: to know her creators.

Ananke may have the powers of a god, but she is consumed by a very human longing: to know her creators. Now Ananke is on a quest to find companionship, understanding, and even love. She is accompanied by Althea, the engineer who created her, and whom she sees as her mother. And she is in search of her “father,” Matthew, the programmer whose code gave her the spark of life.

But Matthew is on a strange quest of his own, traveling the galaxy alongside Ivan, with whom he shares a deeply painful history. Ananke and her parents are racing toward an inevitable collision, with consequences as violent as the birth of the solar system itself—and as devastating as the discovery of love.

Praise for Radiate

Radiate will take you to the corners of space you’ve never even dreamed of going and beyond.”Bustle

“Gripping . . . This sci-fi universe [is] utterly believable, while metaphor and allegory enrich the characters.”—New York Daily News

“A compelling emotional tale about two people trying to save each other from a disaster of their own making.”—Kirkus Reviews

The Lightless Trilogy is “a perfect sci-fi entry point that matches a rich, character-driven story with fundamental questions about who we are and why we’re here.”—Los Angeles Times

Baker & Taylor
In the conclusion to the author's debut science-fiction series, the fates of Ivan, an enigmatic revolutionary whose secrets lie at the heart of intergalactic revolution, and Ananke, the sentient spaceship who is learning what it means to be human, are explored. By the author of Lightless.

Publisher: New York : Del Rey, c2017
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780553394481
Branch Call Number: SCIFI HIG
Characteristics: 320 p. ;,25 cm.

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