The Two Faces of Tomorrow
by James P. Hogan

Another excellent science fiction novel about whether computers can become conscious and self-motivated. The book drags for 100 pages in the middle, but then has a 100-page exciting climax

As usual, Hogan probes some deep philosophical questions while providing plenty of action and excitement.

Year Read: 2000

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