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Jon Hawkins and his crew are exhausted and homesick. They've destroyed the alien machine menace, going deep into the Kuiper Belt to annihilate the secret A.I. base. From out here the sun looks like just another star. It's a lonely existence. They're ready to go home.
What they don't know - what no one could - was that the A.I. destroyer was only a scout.
More alien vessels drop out of hyperspace. This is an A.I. assault. The clock to human extinction has begun ticking.
Jon and his crew are tired, homesick, and pissed off. They've fought too hard and bled too much to quit now. They're going to find a way to beat the death machines; for the sake of their homes, they have to.
A.I. Assault is a novel of military science fiction by best-selling author Vaughn Heppner and the third book in the A.I. series.
©2017 Vaughn Heppner (P)2017 Audible, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By martin on 06-13-18

lovin' it!

great story breaks away from all the traditional sci-fi garbage. to think that is super Advanced AI entity would get stuck on two people; it's pretty funny!

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4 out of 5 stars
By Trudy Owens on 04-25-18

long and drawn-out, but still interesting

This would have been better with some tighter writing. It is starting to remind me of the Saga of the Seven Suns that went on and on and on. It gets tiring in the middle, but once again, in the end, it is enjoyable and interesting, and keeps us wanting more.

Some new characters are introduced and some others dispatched, and the humans keep proving they can outsmart an AI.This volume does move the saga forward quite a bit, so the next installment should be a good one!

Marc Vietor does well with all the voices.

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3 out of 5 stars
By D. Marsh on 11-16-17

Better than the second, more battles,

OK story and well narrated, not very deep, but exciting in lots of places. Still more to come I'd think?

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