Xronixle

Xronixle A snowflake fell amongst the digital trees pulsing lightly as it passed between its brothers floating down to the white ground X stood with his hands on the railing of the wooden bridge he had just

  • Title: Xronixle
  • Author: Daniel Verastiqui
  • ISBN: 1453885412
  • Page: 189
  • Format: Paperback
  • A snowflake fell amongst the digital trees, pulsing lightly as it passed between its brothers, floating down to the white ground X stood with his hands on the railing of the wooden bridge he had just finished creating, admiring the texture It felt just like it would have in Terrareal, out there where nature was the true creator, where the bridge was just the sum result A snowflake fell amongst the digital trees, pulsing lightly as it passed between its brothers, floating down to the white ground X stood with his hands on the railing of the wooden bridge he had just finished creating, admiring the texture It felt just like it would have in Terrareal, out there where nature was the true creator, where the bridge was just the sum result of necessity, a tool to be used to cross the oft empty creek below it But here, in the virtual construct, buried deep in the outer reaches of the Net, it was a true miracle To make it feel like it did, smell like it did, was a feat that X took great pride in When X discovers that his long distance relationship with C is about to end, he copies her mind and loads her into a virtual avatar in the Net But in his haste to preserve his high school sweetheart, X forgets to program the one feature he ends up needing most how to turn her off.Now it is up to Natalie and G to rescue their friend from the farthest reaches of the Net Along the way, they must battle a cipher who cannot be killed, a virus that cannot be stopped, and a global conglomerate that will do anything to seize control of the precious Net Get A Copy Kindle Store Online StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple BooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryIndigoAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Paperback, 264 pages Published December 15th 2007 first published December 10th 2007 More Details ISBN 1453885412 ISBN13 9781453885413 Edition Language English setting Vinestead Universe Other Editions 1 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about Xronixle, please sign up

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      The Vinestead Anthology One universe, five books, no sequels.Daniel Verastiqui is a Science Fiction author from Austin, Texas He writes about technology and relationships His books are pretty decent and you should probably read all of them.

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    1. I certainly enjoyed what this book promised from the description and other s reviews Probably one of the biggest problems with science fiction writing is not explaining a few aspects of the technology involved Still, I did like the book for what was presented story wise.


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