Where is the advance of technology taking us? What demons will we unlock, and will the most fearsome be in our creations or ourselves?
These questions arise in Silicon Faith, a hard science fiction novel about the tangled path of human ambition skewed with religious and scientific motives.
The development of Lathan, the first humanly artificial intelligent robot, was going to be a technological breakthrough until, Meridean, discovers that she has become an, uneasy, unwilling authority figure, who questions the certainty of her own motivations and decisions.
As Lathan tries to muddle his way through the world, trying to make sense of his place in the Universe, there are mortal forces attempting to manipulate him through his beliefs according to their own agendas and Meridean is the only one trying to guide him through.
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