Edward M. Lerner: Fools’ Experiments

Fools' Experiment -- final coverWe are not alone, and it’s our own damn fault.

Edward M. Lerner is pleased to announce the mass-market re-release of his 2008 cyber-thriller, Fools’ Experiments. 

Something far nastier than any virus, worm, or Trojan horse program is evolving in laboratory confinement.  When an artificial life-form escapes onto the Internet, no computer is safe.

Edward M. Lerner photoAs the world’s technological infrastructure is plunged into chaos, with planes colliding in mid-air and floodgates literally opening, computer scientist Doug Carey realizes that unconventional measures may be civilization’s last hope.  

And that any artificial life-form learns very fast…

“When the artificial intelligences … go maverick, they turn out to be the true weapons of mass destruction.  A fast, fun read.”

— Sci Fi Weekly

If you think the viruses we’ve seen so far are annoying and destructive, wait until you see what Lerner has imagined.”

— Critical Mass

For more about Fools’ Experiments, including an excerpt, see the publisher’s website at http://us.macmillan.com/foolsexperiments. For a sampling of the rave reviews, go to http://www.sfwa.org/members/lerner/fools.html

 Edward M. Lerner is a member of SFWA.

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