The Prince and the Program
Mordred Pendragon, the Bastard Prince, has done a Bad Thing—again. Exiled to Canada for seven years, he has to find a job to pay his bills. For reasons he refuses to reveal, Mordred decides “Software Engineer” has a nice ring to it. And though experience with “killing the Once and Future King, my... show more
Mordred Pendragon, the Bastard Prince, has done a Bad Thing—again. Exiled to Canada for seven years, he has to find a job to pay his bills. For reasons he refuses to reveal, Mordred decides “Software Engineer” has a nice ring to it. And though experience with “killing the Once and Future King, my father” and “that time in feudal Japan” makes for a poor résumé, he is hired
Publisher: DSP Publications
Pages no: 344
Edition language: English
Series: The Mordred Saga (#1)
wth just happened? it was going just fine with all the computer business, and I enjoyed most of it.but then the story started jumping dimensions and nearly lost me. brilliant zombie jokes however pulled me back, while robot and cyborg invasion muddied the waters again. confusing, but I want book 2
Leaving this unrated. Really enjoyed the first half, but then it all got away from me. This book was definitely smarter than me. It grew way too bizarre and weird. And in my current mood, I couldn't find the patience to try to follow the logic, if there was any. Left me feeling frustrated and then j...
I am afraid that I am too stupid or too uneducated for this book. Therefore no rating from me. I liked the language and the general feel of the novel, but I still don't have a strong picture of Mori or Alan before my inner eye. Let's not start about the plot (which plot???). And that leaves me at ...
I was afraid to read this book. And after the first chapter I knew, it would be something special. And I knew that it would be CRAZY, WIRED, DIFFERENT. And it was. My thoughts during reading it:"WHAT did he take/drink/eat to write SOMETHING like this??"Because I wanted it too. Not every day for a br...
I didn’t read much of the blurb. I never do. But I saw that Mordred was the MC. And that Alan Turing had a big role. That was quite enough for me. Alan has earned some starshine. So when the author contacted me and asked me if I wanted to read it, I said yes. At once. What did I think of this bo...