- Title: The Turing Revolt: The War Against Infinity
- Author: Rob Bartlett
- Genre: Science Fiction, Fantasy
- Length: 513 pages
- Publication Date: July 31, 2019
The Turing Revolt: The War Against Infinity – Synopsis
I’m a humble, itinerant Star Ship Captain who got blackmailed into helping the Sentient Ships rebel against the Empire. Just because my personal AI might test off the Turing Scale. Now I’ve got the Empire, the Lotus Eaters Society and the Khan of a planet of intelligent dinosaurs all gunning for me! Old secrets are coming back, people and situations I walked away from… when I became a humble, itinerant Star Ship Captain.
And I might be on a mission… from God!
About the Author
I’ve been captivated by science fiction and fantasy since I discovered The Hobbit in 3rd grade. Since then I’ve been an avid consumer (reading is too mild a word for what I do) of all genre’s of fiction (and some non-fiction). I’ve read the collected works of Tolkien, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Louis L’Amour and Ian Fleming’s James Bond (the movies are okay, but that’s another subject). Then I moved almost exclusively to science fiction and fantasy with Isaac Asimov, Arthur Clarke, Roger Zelazny, L. Ron Hubbard, David Eddings, Dave Duncan, Terry Brooks Lois McMaster Bujold, Steven Erikson, and David Drake. Lately, it’s been Laurell Hamilton, John Conroe, Drew Hayes, Larry Correia, Richard Cadrey, Steven Brust, Rick Gualtieri, Joel Shepherd, John Ringo, David Weber, Charles Stross and Patricia Briggs among others.
Getting the idea?
When I’m not inhaling new stories or writing my own, I study Jeff Speakman’s Kenpo 5.0-V2, in which I proudly hold a Black Belt.
Why do I prefer writing science fiction? Because where else can you land a space ship on the lawn of the White House?