Unstable Prototypes

  • Title: Unstable Prototypes
  • Author: Joseph R. Lallo
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 261
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Unstable Prototypes Following his last adventure Trevor Lex Alexander s life has managed to return to normal He s back to splitting his time between delivering packages and transporting passengers along with the occasi
    Following his last adventure, Trevor Lex Alexander s life has managed to return to normal He s back to splitting his time between delivering packages and transporting passengers, along with the occasional foray into testing highly experimental equipment He s even gotten back together with his girlfriend Michella Modane, who has been launched to stardom by her coverageFollowing his last adventure, Trevor Lex Alexander s life has managed to return to normal He s back to splitting his time between delivering packages and transporting passengers, along with the occasional foray into testing highly experimental equipment He s even gotten back together with his girlfriend Michella Modane, who has been launched to stardom by her coverage of the Bypass Gemini incident Yes, things are going quite well for Lex But in his life, luck like this never lasts long.Sure enough, while he is preparing for a rare visit from Michella, he receives word that the reclusive inventor Karter Dee has been kidnapped The eccentric and slightly deranged inventor s checkered past has made getting the authorities involved out of the question That has left Ma , the AI in charge of cooking his meals and reining in his insanity, with few options She has reached out to Lex as one of the few people she can trust, and needs him to help assemble a team of Karter s former allies to take him back before his latest contraptions can be put to work terrorizing the populace at the hands of his captors.

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    1. This is the second book in the series, and again I really enjoyed the book. It's got the flavor of early Heinlein: good slightly campy sci-fi fun. I really like the character of Lex, and I appreciate the fact that the other characters tip their hat to the fact that he is a strange attractor for improbable events. I also like the fact that he's dealing with not only the problem at hand, but also the relationship problems that gallivanting about the galaxy would be sure to introduce. My only minor [...]

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    2. Lallo's done it again! This books is as good as Bypass Gemini if not better, which is the first book in the series. Lex is back to the courier business and also back together with his girlfriend Michelle, who is an investigative journalist. Lex helped her break the exclusive on the Gemini story in the last book, which made her famous, so now they are like ships in the night, passing only once in a while on the same courseE PLOT: While Lex is in his apartment waiting for one of those rare times M [...]

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    3. Sequels can be risky business no matter the medium. Sequels are inspired by various motivations. The FAST AND FURIOUS franchise continues to live on because people consistently pay to see the ludicrous stunts and zany criminal story lines that the movies provide. The Marvel comic and movie universes are going strong because there are so many wild adventures to be had and so many characters to get to know (not to mention all the money they make from them). Then there are some concepts that are si [...]

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    4. Loved it! Squee/Ma made the story fun and interesting. Karter is unpredictable and cantankerous. Lex is enjoyable. Great adventure!

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    5. Great bookLoved everything about this series so far looking forward to the rest of them. Keep up the good work. Thanks

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    6. I really like this book, and the series in general.

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    7. I absolutely loved this book. Slightly spoilery after the next sentence. It only got four stars as opposed to five because of my own silly wish for Ma to go with Lex. Well, the Squee part of Ma. End of spoilers. The book started a little slow, but ended very well. I really liked the new characters. And I really enjoyed the interactions between all of the characters. Zerk however, bothered be in a few ways that have nothing to do with the book.Overall, the book deserves 4 1/2 stars with the 1/2 s [...]

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    8. Loved itI am a great fan of Mr Lallo's style and pacing. Msn his handling of the characters and even his exploration of the ability of AI to become more human were done with the same panache and style that he demonstrated throughout these first two editions. I f you are looking for a fast paced, frenetic, wildly implausible, hilarious romp through the galaxy look no further .4.5 stars

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    9. This review is for the Kindle edition ebook.This story is the sequel to "ByPass Gemini", by the same author.Another really good, exciting science fiction set in outer space.Trevor "Lex" Alexander's life has managed to return to normal. Of course, that will not last long. Lex finds himself in a position to help the inventor that assisted him previously. That inventor has disappeared, and Lex must help an artificial intelligence computer (AI) find him.This story expands on the previous story, "Byp [...]

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    10. I didn't realize this was book two of a series until about halfway through the novel. There was no overwhelming knowledge required or info-dumping, just well-written characters and a smooth introduction that led me directly into the plot with surprisingly skill.The author does a wonderful job of creating fascinating characters. Each one has distinct personalities from the main character to the "pet" in the novel. I liked how each one also has flaws that make them less than perfect but there are [...]

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    11. Fun space opera romping, and isn't that what we all really want to do anyway? This felt like a future mash-up between Quantum Leap and the A-team with better characters. Our reluctant hero and disgraced racer Lex is off to save known space again and this time some new allies as well as sentient computer/small woodland animal "Ma" to join in the hi-jinx. Normally I don't care for the saving the galaxy level of plot, but it works here. This is good humored quest and full of fun cultural references [...]

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    12. Another very strong entry in this indie series from Joesph Lallo. We once again get to see all of our favorite characters from Bypass Gemini, but we get the addition of several new eccentric and distinct characters this time around with Jon, Garotte and Silo. 'MA' is also further developed as a character as she is required to leave the confines of Big Sigma to rescue her crazed creator, Karter, from terrorists. The first half of the book started out really slowly and had a lot of setup that real [...]

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    13. Overall, a really fun read. I continue to be impressed by Lallo's writing. I started with the Book of Deacon which was surprisingly good for trashy fantasy and then the first book in this series (Bypass Gemini) was surprisingly entertaining. Also one great moment in this book involved the protag explaining to another great character why treating the AI like a utility was annoying to her. Now that I think about it, Lallo's writing of women characters is super well done and unexpected for your typ [...]

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    14. Like the previous book in the series, this is a solid, almost great book. It's still nominally science fiction, and some of the issues from the previous book have been rectified. In particular, most of the technobabble is actually relevant to setting up plot points and macguffins.The characters continue to be mostly strong. In particular, Ma, the altruistic AI, who has taken up residence in a funk for this story, exhibits a surprising degree of personality development and plays off the rest of t [...]

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    15. UNSTABLE PROTOTYPESUNSTABLE PROTOTYPESFUN!!! That's the best way to describe the Big Sigma series.e "hero", Lex is a guy that staggers through life from one personal crisis to another, except when it comes to racing or piloting an interstellar ship. Accompanied (at various times) by assorted mobsters, a beautiful girlfriend, an unstable-possibly insane genius inventor, various freelance covert operators, and S.O.B the best courier ship around, he manages perform remarkable actions that will occu [...]

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    16. I didn't like it as much as the first for some reason. I think an appeal of the first was the everyman (sort of) main character solving problems the ways he knew how. He wasn't the typical adventure hero who's a former military expert in several forms of combat, espionage, and technology, which made it fun. This book (mild spoiler alert) introduces some more characters who are precisely those things, which made it a little more formulaic. Not a bad book, I enjoyed it, but not as much as the firs [...]

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    17. After reading Bypass Gemini, I wrote that I wanted to read more from this universe. I then went and found book two of the series: Unstable Prototypes. I still like Joseph Lallo's universe and characters. I was impressed by Lallo's use of putting part of Ma (Karter's protective computer/AI) into a funk for mobile use. Ma at full power would solve too many of the problems our protagonist faces. I still like Trevor, too. So, on the strength of a second book that didn't disappoint, I'll read more of [...]

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    18. I really enjoyed this book as I did the previous one in the series, Bypass Gemini. It's filled with humor and reminds me a lot of Harry Harrison's Stainless Steel Rat books which I also loved. Some of the humor is a little too "inside" (like naming the cute fuzzy animal companion 'Squee') and I think that's the kind of thing that keeps the book from having a huge future beyond a couple of years but it was still very enjoyable and I look forward to more in this open-ended series.

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    19. The characters are so fun, you find yourself laughing aloud ALOT!! I actually search people out so I can read excerpts to them, then encourage them to read anything this author writes. Love the sigma series and will be starting the deacon series next, then onto the wrench series. So many books, so little time

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    20. Entertaining ReadI enjoyed both books in this series. There were unexpected twists that kept me interested. I found Lallo's style refreshingly different from most sci-fi writers. The only thing that I found disappointing was finding there was not a Book 3 in the series. I would have enjoyed continuing the adventure.

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    21. I've had a lot of fun Reading this series. It's a plain straight forward sci fi action adventure. I'd give this a mild PG-13 rating. It has a small degree of violence and there is a bedroom scene, but it isn't described in any detail, mostly just letting you know something happened. Language is also mild. So far I've been happy with most of Joseph Lallo's books that I've read.

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    22. As always, another great book from Lallo! Sequel to Bypass Gemini, Unstable Prototypes adds more dimension to the series by creating a few new and exciting characters, as well as continuing to explore the many facets of the original cast of the first book. Hopefully, this will lead into a series of books with unlimited directions for the reader and author to follow!

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    23. Sequel to Bypass Gemini. In much the same vein, although expanding the cast a bit and fleshing out Lex's relationships. Both books have elements of stock premises (you could describe in terms like "rescue mission") but different premises squish together a bit and the plot unfolds uniquely and unpredictably.

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    24. Much better than I expected. I really enjoyed both of these books (introduced to this writer through StoryBundle) and will definately read the next one when it comes out the stage is set! theyre will be more! eh!

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    25. I have really enjoyed this series, but the second book "Unstable Prototypes" is by far my favorite. The characters are engaging and the action doesn't stop. I also loved waiting to see what Karter will come up with next.

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    26. A good followup to Bypass Gemini, some of the humor is a little more subtle than in the first novel, making it even funnier, but overall there's less of it. A fun and worthwhile read. Lallo still exhibits a strange issue with homophones, though.

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    27. Laugh out loud sci-fi.An amazing second book in the series and his foray into sci-fi is cemented as a must read you will love the character's and plot with humor and science aplenty. Read Them!

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    28. This was awesome!!! You can tell Lallo is totally comfortable with these characters and their stories. I can't wait to start Artificial Evolution.

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    29. If you liked the first, you'll like this one too. The writing is better, the plotting and pacing is tighter, the humor is more consistent. I don't care what the books say, in my mental theater, Karter is always played by Peter Stormare.

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    30. The second installment in the space adventures of Lex and a very entertaining ride it was, I hope there will be more soon.

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