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The Alexander Gambit: Flight of Angels

Robert M. Leonard

Can a computer program in an artificial, human-seeming body learn what it means to really be human?

Still trying to learn how and why he ended up in the bottom of a massive radioactive crater, badly damaged, barely alive, and missing more than fifty years of memories, Christopher Alexander continues trying to piece together his life. And the list of potential suspects as to whom had gone to such lengths to see him dead keeps growing exponentially with each recovered memory.

Flight of Angels is the conclusion the Alexander Gambit trilogy, revealing why Zeke Whitaker and Chris Alexander had gone to such extraordinary lengths that they felt it necessary to create other personalities to share their body and the work load. Will they succeed? Or will decades of plans and labour all be for naught?


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