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1. Androide J-234 (ASHA)

The "novel Android J-234 Asha" is a synthesis of anticipatory interaction that can establish (or will necessarily) between two forms of intelligence: organic farming evolved over millions of years and artificial, evolving instead quickly with an asymptotic type curve. The biological intelligence aspires to have an Android body (substrate mobile Android) to replace the biological one, when this will no longer be repairable by pur technology of the time. Artificial intelligence, however, aspires, arriving at the conclusion of the contract that binds to the factory with the extinction of the "debt for existence", to have a similar biological substrate that grants more environmental perceptions and to something else who has and who envy the biological intelligence...

 

2. Anima

"Soul" is an irreverent, funny but realistic, technologically unlikely but conceivable, an event that could (only in a novel) be a possible epilogue for those shipwrecked "to life" in a certain time and in a certain land cultural. Not a love story, even if the topic is touched, suspended and then resumed, without talking too much, leaving, however, to the imagination of the reader to imagine a sequel that in history there is, but that, given the conditions must necessarily be, at least in the eyes of the reader. "Soul" is an answer, just a funny answer to a question.

 

3. Aponia

Aponia describes the meeting in some minds, two alien land and two of who knows where, unknown to the potential of a "neurocasco", are to be interconnected. The sites are "futuristic, but family members", as in '' afternoon of an ordinary day, in one year equal to many others. A rain, fine and boring, dull, slow down out of the sky, slowly glided like a slow-motion videochip, wetting the thoughts of the people who were hurrying their feet wet under it. '' This is a detailed description of imaginary fantasies and dreams, full of emotions, resulting in a series of sessions of cyberanalisi, futuristic and, perhaps, not unlikely evolution of psychoanalysis: note here the scientific reality of this is mixed with the bold possibilistica a future technology advanced (which, in truth, it does not seem very distant from ours), with imaginative theme of peaceful alien intrusion in the minds of the sympathetic character who is dealing with the cyberanalisi, to solve its internal problems or those that those he believes are.

  

4. Ar’Geddon

AR ' Geddon "can be read as escapist fiction as science fiction adventure with simple characterizations of characters: in the end, the good guys win and the bad guys lose and are punished, but not only that. The characters are described with the same meticulousness that outlines the landscapes and scenery of the story, but for each of the colors used are those of the Rainbow. None of these is a single color: the message between the lines says that between black and white there is an endless array of shades and that no one is completely good or completely evil. This concept is repeated as we enter into reading: the "bad" character represented by His Excellency Magnificent, numb and stolid, heedless of the lives of others, smug and stupidly arrogant, buy human tints when recalls his childhood companions and reveals the pain he feels for their loss, making pathetic at the end of the novel when, from cynical absolute Lord, is hunted down and trying to escape the imminent and inevitable end to a happy (for other) end.

 

5. Chime

On planet Michael received the Ship one of the many missions InterStella Promet, colonization of land and other intelligent species that together they explore the universe in search of other forms of life. Among these settlers, technologically advanced and peaceful "invaders" from planets, stands out the delicate work of Aberdeen, First Esolinguista of the mission, which has the task of creating a language interpreter between their language and local time. On this PN is, however, necessary to do a job other than consolidated in hitherto alien languages decoding protocols adopted, whereby Aberdeen decides to exploit the rich night images appearing in the mind of an individual special, Chime, in which the player will struggle to identify with, because of him (i.e., us), indeed, it is.

 

6. Coltura

Culture is a "Techno-emotional" novel that tells of a high-tech civilization highly structured and equipped with advanced technology, we are still unknown, but a mirror of our future. The story unfurls in slivers of temporal desynchronization between the epoch of civilization HT and simplicity of life of another time in another world, which echoes the echo of a past already existed. The theme of the novel is simple and straightforward, the manner of conducting the story, however, is peculiar and compels the reader to not tiring, but steady work of attention and the historical revision on that law in the various chapters, arranged in a sequence from the deliberately altered history.

 

7. Corsa alla Presidenza

"Presidential Race" is inspired by the political events of a Government, narrated and exasperated in shades (to give flavor to the novel) hypothetically possible, though very unlikely. Some similar events, however, have already occurred in the recent past: in 1963 the assassination of u.s. President John F. Kennedy and in 1968 to his brother, the newly elected for President Robert Kennedy. This isn't about those events, but by a curious story, improbable, but not impossible, unprovable in the sense of his situation as in contrast, where a corrupt political backdrop. The author proposes here a "remedy", indeed curious, but, if you ever were applicable, of sure and unquestionable effectiveness.

 

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8. Dio

Even in this novel Paul Timewood, as is customary, it starts "in medias res", leading the reader to be privileged dialogue intense listener and Viewer in a scene between man and his creator, who seems in place already for a long time. The attention is captured immediately: the story in fact committed readers from initial lines and already before that, since the preface, in which the hand of the author (with autobiographical?), leads us through frames of his childhood and adolescence, letting us enjoy her emotions that resemble, incredibly, to our. The prose of the author in this paper reveals a vein already present in other novels, but they are here as robust, lively, quick, leaping gaily, as a kitten who has just discovered the garden behind the House.

 


9. Effetti collaterali

"Side effects" is a love story, atypical and complex, but at the same time, enjoyable to read. The author has always avoided delving too much into this area because, as he says, there is already a large group of very talented professionals with whom does not believe they can compete. However, here, has slipped in the difficult terrain of the literature of love, but in a really unique and very special way: the story of the heroine (because of a woman it is) comes into the mind of the reader as a film screened in an exclusive lounge and you You clutch around emotions it arouses, dragging the reader in the fable.

 

10. Fisco

Fisco (original title "Taxes") is a story that has as its outline a polite irony on the fiscal system in the broad sense: even in the Future the Taxpayer/Tax ratio is conflictual, nor could it be when you have to give up something of your own, not knowing Well where what is removed will end and if it really serves the good of all. If of this there was certainty, now as in the past and as in the future of the novel, everyone would certainly be more serene and would pay more willingly. But This is not the case, not even in this future: here the tax system is really fair, but the unexpected increase in the cost of a service, for which a woman has already paid, leads her to think that "how many people are doing well". Here is a "psychological aspect" of taxation: when the individual, who honestly pays what he owes, feels neglected, ignored or, worse still, "deceived" by the State in which he believes, which in this case is the World Government, here emerge a push to That leads to an articulated storyline and a very unexpected ending.

 

11. Impronta neuronica 

The novel winds through the suffering of this and the evocation of good times that the protagonist expresses to Dr. Evenif during long and tiring sitting in the emotional Research Institute debated between her inability to loosen the knot that ties him to emotional a woman is not loved and, especially, to abandon their homes, investing his money rewarding relationship with another emotional towards the woman who loves him, but claims the right and privilege of being the only organic. The novel ends with an epilogue unexpectedly like a "no happy ending", but at the last moment ... life begins anew and, when the reader believes that everything is really finished and now clarified, here, in two pages stringatissime, returns the cheery sense of humor already known "side effects" to conclude the story really, in a way that invites you to reread the unbelievers two or three times the last lines to savor them better and relive the excitement.

  

12. Le mie (4+3) donne

"My (4 + 3) women" is a story of life that might seem autobiographical, but it is too rich in detail and complicated emotions to truly be. It's about emotions and memories that intersect with the reading of the pages of a mysterious book Simplified physics in which the protagonist takes refuge, shaded by a wisteria, seeking shelter from the emotions of love, coming, however, from these pages, bounced, with a curious seesaw, just in that reality from which seeks to cut oneself. The novel is funny and the ending looks just like (not) to expect. Pleasant reading and captivating style takes the reader to identify with the amorous adventures of the unfortunate protagonist (and who in this field is not? Is the charm that had on us Donald when we were kids). Or, perhaps, the protagonist is alone and inevitably resigned at the difficulty of communicating and understanding each other between different beings. The light footprint and self-ironic makes the story a fabric on which embroider steps of quantum physics which correlate well with the feminine universe and that not many would have otherwise read.

 

13. L’Immortale

The immortal" is one of the last novels of Paul Timewood. A portion of the story takes place in two hospitals where actors co-protagonists of this are some doctors who, though bewildered by the situation in which they find themselves to some complicated cases and especially impossible, is how everyone idealizes the figure of doctor: calm, rational, emotionally willing to listen, not rushed or labored breathing, as unfortunately has, instead, in our daily reality. The other part of the story is the life full of emotions narrated by (strange) patients who are alive, while they shouldn't be, as a result of their events have happened. And, from these two perspectives, the story unfolds ...

 

14. L’Incantatore

"The enchanter" (original title "The charmer") is a surreal novel that plunges the reader in "medias res" in the middle of the dark ages, by invoking notions of Norse mythology, that often used in film age of Pike and sword, in which the digital surround brings enhanced the clatter of hoofs of the horses in the race. Here, however, there is sound, there's a silent darkness and the clatter of hoofs of the horse of the protagonist doesn't ode or feels just right. The scene starts at night, on a night of Black Moon, when the Moon is not seen and continues alternating dark past and present, until the light (im) expected conclusion. This is a novel different from others, in which Paul Timewood presents, in a new way in the eyes of the reader, his stories of emotional storyteller, using as a backdrop the story the dark, the thing that scared us by small (and calls for caution by large ...), here understood as the darkness of an era and literal darkness of the scene, in which they move a horse (which sees the night) and her Knight, to orient themselves in the dark, relies on his ability to perceive odors.

 

 


15. Naufragio

A high-tech spaceship, equipped with advanced equipment, such as only a great University (such as Beta-Cignus) can afford, run into an accident unpredictable even for a ship HT: a small micrometeorites collides with this in split second where it emerges from the virtual space, in which moves through the universe (which grants in the novel by-pass the einsteinian limit of the speed of light), damaging some components of propulsion. This damage forces the Ship InterStella to a crash landing on a planet in which a situation adventurous, but not traditional, since here the adventure is more this takes place within the mind that what happens outside it: no fighting physical, nothing spectacular weapons such as laser cannons, gamma rays or other, no monsters and, above all, nothing bad, but just an alien, an AI and others, to us strangers, who (it happens!), more or less, our own emotions.

 

16. Pronto al Balzo

The story is set in a future time when the transporter is routine: the sense of the novel is not in anticipation that such ideas can no longer be, unlike the fiction of sixty years ago, how much in the way of treating the consequences of can technology: intrigues not teleport (which we now know to be difficult to achieve if not in the remote future) but the consequences that may result from errors related to technology. In fact, even in this high-tech future, man is mistaken: the CTM, which allow them to move from one part of the universe, sometimes don't work well and, because of the error, the main character, intent on repairing a, is thrown into a knot of unused, teleport to a PN unknown and ends, even in another universe. And even here, in this alternate universe, the most technologically advanced of its people make mistakes: mistaken for laziness, because nobody calls into question a working system "consolidated", nor listen to the protests of the protagonist, who continues to cry, with pretty colorful language, that he should not be there!

 

17. Recupero

Juan Perosa is the hero "child" of this fairy tale for adults, a boy who impregnated by the desire to know his paternal grandfather, who died before he was born, at first simply dreams of being with him, thus fulfilling her wish in fantasy and then, Once adult, when dreams of fantasy are no longer enough, think certainly turn back to look for the grandfather who did not know, but he has heard so much from her grandmother. The story unfolds in the near future (at least in the fairy tale ...) where science has progressed and is progressing towards new frontiers and, perhaps, we will grant of ...

 

18. Scimmie - Ho-Aer

“' Monkeys “ (original title ' Monkeys ') is a science-fiction novel, more scientific than fantastic, full of emotions and feelings mixed and hidden between the lines of a jargon that, after an initial moment of surprise, did not deter more reader He guesses he doesn't pretend knowledge and technical understanding, but only empathy and participation to the emotions narrated. In a technical language, but understandable (for those who are interested in the brain and its functions, even to those hypothetical), is told Oerjighe Aphaer experience, apparently neutral figure of an observer from an advanced civilization in time, into an unknown universe, which is nothing but an investigation in a common past, conducted by adopting an investigative method evolved, in order to draw all possible and reminiscent of the theory of evolution: the man is a primate arising by preominidi, monkeys who have turned to human evolution. To him belong the ancient impulses of millions of years and new ones arising only from a few millennia, but no less valid in their recent conglutinating. 


19. Spray Fissamore

"Fissamore" Spray is a "Techno-emotional novel" in which the "techno-science" is taken as contour plate in order to justify the new flavor of a food well known, but not always known. The story tells of a topic that we all know or we think we know: love is an emotion that simple, unlike jazz music, anyone can appreciate. But is it really true? Do we really know this emotional phenomenon that crosses our thoughts and links them with each other, mixed with those of another person? "Certainly" answer you and, then, in this case you don't read this novel, don't buy this Book: do you need it! But if it's not quite right, even if you only have one small doubt about the completeness of your knowledge on the subject, so here's the piece that's missing to be able to hang the picture of this fantastic landscape on the wall of the room of your dreams, there in the dining lunch, next to the old wooden Dresser, with subtle decorative glass, what was your grandma and you have kept to remember: I wonder what would you say reading this story? Just imagine describe her...

 

20. Thersy

Thersy is the story of a great affection disguised as science fiction novel. In the preface the author states that it does not know how to write about love and you define, in this field, plus a rude baritone that a passionate tenor: yet here moves with the delicacy of a teenager in love on her first date. Is a novel of joy and sorrow, suffering and struggling to live, love and understanding, feelings of real life combined with those of fantasy and fairy tale and it's hard to tell where one and where, instead, begin the others and, if ever , there are one or the other or one without the other.

 

21. Who How When

Who how when" is a literary piece with characteristics of "after high school," with a certain educational imprint. The story takes place in the post-adolescent life, when many overlook to higher education and culture takes on the character of work that will be chosen later. In recent years the great passions that have characterized adolescence you are organized and structured reports that we want to maintain durable, shiny and glittering like stars, but, just as for the stars, it happens tha