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by Steven Piziks

Download Corporate Mentality ePub
  • ISBN 0671578111
  • ISBN13 978-0671578114
  • Language English
  • Author Steven Piziks
  • Publisher Baen (July 1, 1999)
  • Formats doc txt mobi docx
  • Category Fantasy
  • Subcategory Science Fiction
  • Size ePub 1250 kb
  • Size Fb2 1692 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 421

In the sequel to Company of Mind, Lance Michaels is sent out to reprogram a rogue hive of microscopic nanobots before a disaster can occur, only to discover that the hive is under the control of a psychotic child with plans to send the nanobots out to seize power over the entire human-occupied galaxy. Original.

Corporate Mentality has been added to your Cart. I loved "In the Company of Mind" and hated "Corporate Mentality" by the same ratio. It's as though the author had an idea so good that he had to use it again, but the second time proved to be a pale shadow of the first.

Corporate Mentality has been added to your Cart. One of the central premises of this book is that the twins had a mother who abandoned them.

The needle pierced Aditi’s skin and cool, heavy liquid flooded her shoulder. She tried to squirm away, but the restraints held her firmly in place. Hold still, Aditi," Father said sharply. You know wiggling only makes it worse.

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Science Fiction - General, Fiction, Fiction - Science Fiction, Science Fiction, Non-Classifiable, Science Fiction - Space Opera. Baen ; New York : Distributed by Simon & Schuster.

Corporate Mentality : The Galaxy Was Threatened with a Hostile Takeover! (Part of the In the Company of Mind Series).

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Steven Piziks is an American author of science fiction. In the Company of Mind (Baen, 1996). Corporate Mentality (Baen, 1999). The Nanotech War (Pocket books, 2003) - A Star Trek novel. Identity (2003) - Novelisation. Piziks writes mostly science fiction, fantasy, steampunk, and film and television series novelizations. He has also written science fiction books with LGBT themes under his "Steven Harper" pseudonym and has been nominated for the Gaylactic Spectrum Award for his novels four times without winning, a record. He is also a member of the Book View Cafe writers co-op.

Steven Piziks’ novels include In the Company of Mind and Corporate Mentality, both science fiction published by Baen Books. Writing as Steven Harper for Roc Books, he has produced The Silent Empire series. He's also written tie-in novels based on Star Trek and Battlestar Galactica. His latest books include the Clockwork Empire series. Steven currently teaches English in Walled Lake, Michigan.

Written by. Steven Piziks. Manufacturer: Baen Release date: 1 July 1999 ISBN-10 : 0671578111 ISBN-13: 9780671578114.

Written by Steven Piziks, Audiobook narrated by Alfred Gingold. Sent to defuse a hive that has taken over an entire planet, he finds that a psychotic child with control over nanobots like his own, but more powerful, is directing the hive and preparing to send nanobots out from the planet to control the entire human-occupied galaxy.

Talk about Corporate Mentality


Beydar
I loved "In the Company of Mind" and hated "Corporate Mentality" by the same ratio. It's as though the author had an idea so good that he had to use it again, but the second time proved to be a pale shadow of the first.

One of the central premises of this book is that the twins had a mother who abandoned them. This just doesn't make any sense on any level, does the author have kids or know people with kids? The mother is portrayed as a good person making her actions totally unbelievable. She abandoned her kids and didn't try to keep in touch with them even though it was easily done. Apparently she thought about them all the time, but couldn't be bothered to even write a letter!!!!!! This structural flaw killed the book for me.

Adding to my misery was that the author used the same format for this book as he did for "Company of the Mind", it was an exercise of rinse and repeat. People who haven't listened to the first book at least are spared this hideous lack of originality.

Another issue for me was the narrator. Please Arthur, get another job, you are unbelievably bad. Your english accent characters made me want to drive a stick into my ear to end the pain. I have listened to 100s of audio books, your narration is the first that drove to to distraction.
Siatanni
My first thought when I read this book was "Oh my God, actual science fiction and...its good have I fallen into some sort of alternate universe?" Now let me clarify this is a lot of Science Fantasy out there mascerading as science fiction but very little in the way of actual science fiction.
If you can find this get prepared for a real treat it is EXCELLENT. I have to look for some more by this author.
Sha
If you liked In the Company of Mind you should get along well with this. (There are some chapters posted on Baen.com if you would like a preview)
An action-packed and self-consistant story of nanobots and biology with some interesting characters that you will wish to see more of.
MEGA FREEDY
If you liked Corporate Mentality you should get along well with this (There are some chapters posted on Baen.com if you would like a preview)
An action-packed and self-consistant story of nanobots and biology with some interesting characters that you will wish to see more of.