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Apocalypse Array Apocalypse Array by Lyda Morehouse
reviewed by Victoria Strauss
In the late 21st century, just about everyone is LINKed -- hooked up through a nexus implanted at birth to the electronic realm where all commerce, education, communication, and entertainment now takes place. At the same time, paradoxically, there has been a backlash against science, in the wake of the horrible Medusa bombs that devastated hundreds of cities in the last Great War. Governments have become theocracies, with men and women unable to hold political position unless they also hold religious rank, and a multi-national Inquisition taking the place of the international police force, Interpol.

Messiah Node Messiah Node by Lyda Morehouse
reviewed by Lisa DuMond
Deidre, Archangel Michael, Prince of Darkness Morningstar, Mouse the super-hacker, and the whole crew from Archangel Protocol and Fallen Host are back to do battle for the fate of mankind. There are some new faces around to complicate an impossibly complex situation. Nothing stirs things up like a visit from the prophet Elijah and the appearance of the messiah, or messiahs, or maybe messiahs, since everyone has their own idea of just who might be the real thing.

Fallen Host Fallen Host by Lyda Morehouse
reviewed by Greg L. Johnson
Emmaline McNaughton is an American Catholic priest and Inquisitor, who, charged by the Pope to find out if an AI named Page has a soul, delves right into the world Morningstar, the Adversary, and his plans for the coming end of the world. Emmaline is a something of a renegade among Inquisitors, and she quickly begins to suspect there is more to her assignment than she first believes.

Fallen Host Fallen Host by Lyda Morehouse
reviewed by Lisa DuMond
Back we go to the future world of Archangel Protocol where angels -- arch and otherwise, demons, Gorgons, the LINKed, and the unLINKed move among us. Forget everything you thought you knew about labels, because they mean less than nothing here and placing your trust in a biblical good-guy archetype can get you killed faster than the death has time to register. The author examines the psychology and sensibilities of religious mythology and moves things out of the dark vs light simplicity and into the shifting haze that is life here on Earth.

Archangel Protocol Archangel Protocol by Lyda Morehouse
reviewed by Lisa DuMond
Get ready to experience life in the last quarter of the 21st century. Brace yourself; it's not a pretty sight. New York is hardly paradise now -- give it a few score years and it would have Giuliani for brunch. And what "they" did to Yankee Stadium... On the other hand, if your fondest wish is to get on the web and never have to sign off, this world of the future may be your idea of heaven.

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