Originally published, Garden City, N.Y. , Doubleday, 1973.
|Statement||(by) William Jon Watkins.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||208|
Chandra Free is writer and illustrator of The God Machine graphic novel series. Born and bred into captivity of Orlando, Florida, Chandra (pronounced CHAN-drah, like Jackie CHAN) can now be found in her present-day home, blissfully away in the land of New York. It is here that she concocts her uniquely abstract and elongated art and comics/5(19). From the Author. The God Machine was a pure joy writing. It is a science fiction novel, but I wanted a story that would appeal to anyone wanting a fun, thrilling adventure and not just geeks like me. I was always a history buff and it was fun to have a young man from today's culture clash with those whose society and mindset was completely different/5(6). The God Machine is perfect summer reading, a beach book that will shake you like a rag doll The narrative is fast-paced and relentless, the characters 3-dimensional and interesting, the writing is crisp and muscular, and it stretches the genre in new directions/5. The God Machine book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. In a world where everyone either works directly for God, or they work for 3/5.
A virtual flying lesson and uplifting scientific adventure tale, The God Machine is more than the history of an invention; it is a journey into the minds of imaginative thinkers and a fascinating look at the ways they changed our world. To listen to the author's podcast produced by Bantam, click here. Symbol of the God-Machine as depicted in the God-Machine Chronicles The God-Machine is a sentient, supernatural, extremely powerful and alien entity, similar to . The Scribes write the Universe into Existence, and it's Areva's destiny to join as his time draws near, he hesitates. Perhaps the God-Machine serves a darker story is a work of collaborative fiction written by a group of writers exploring the boundaries of Science Fiction/5(19). Books similar to The God Machine The God Machine. by J.G. Sandom. avg. rating Ratings. A secret so explosive, the church always insisted it was just a .
Paterson's best known work is her book The God of the Machine, which at that time was the preeminent individualist manifesto. In Reason, Stephen Cox writes: The God of the Machine remains a classic of individualist thought. The first of The God Machine series, The Identity Thief introduces a fantasy world where magic exists, but is openly feared and severely punished/5. Paterson’s one-time protegé Ayn Rand said of The God of the Machine: It is a sparkling book, with little gems of polemical fire scattered through almost every page, ranging from bright wit to the hard glitter of logic to the quiet radiance of a profound understanding. "Hail the Omnissiah! He is the God in the Machine, the Source of All Knowledge." The Machine God, also known as the Omnissiah or Deus Mechanicus, is the supernatural entity worshipped by the Tech-priests and other servants of the Adeptus Mechanicus as the embodiment and bestower of all knowledge and technology in the universe.