The Archivist

The Archivist #2020

The Archivist In Artificial Intelligence surpasses humans and global technology collapses overnight Thirty years later primitive communities struggle to survive Throughout this broken world a secret organi
  • Title: The Archivist
  • Author: Tom D. Wright
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 411
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In 2052, Artificial Intelligence surpasses humans, and global technology collapses overnight Thirty years later, primitive communities struggle to survive Throughout this broken world, a secret organization called The Archives seeks to preserve what knowledge and technology has been left in the ashes However, a Luddite cult The Disciples of Earth is just as determined tIn 2052, Artificial Intelligence surpasses humans, and global technology collapses overnight Thirty years later, primitive communities struggle to survive Throughout this broken world, a secret organization called The Archives seeks to preserve what knowledge and technology has been left in the ashes However, a Luddite cult The Disciples of Earth is just as determined to ensure there will be no technological rebirth for humankind Retrieval Archivist K Marr s mission seems make contact with a source in a remote port town and trade vital technology that could secure humankind s future But few retrievals are ever easy While keeping his promise to a dying man and avoiding Disciples who seem to know his every move, K Marr fights to complete his mission and get back home to the woman he loves Against the odds, The Archivist must do everything he can to return to The Archives.
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    Good readGood read Uncertainty, preservation, time honored rituals gone awry Survivalist tips Medicine reduced to cloak and dagger methods Confused patriots Technology leads to destruction.

    The Archivist By Tom D WrightReview by Miranda BoyerAs a first time author myself, I get a little anxious when reviewing books by other newbie writers I feel that I have to take a little time to review a book by someone who is in my direct peer group, especially when they deserve the extra time The Archivist by Tom D Wright was a solid attempt at a first book although after further research I think it might be his third However, in the end it s not really my cup of tea More often than I care f [...]

    I have the great pleasure of knowing this author this was the first of Tom Wright s works that I have read and I thoroughly enjoyed it In a conversation, he mentioned that he was partially inspired by How the Irish Saved Civilization another excellent read and I can absolutely see that influence The premise of Archivist is cool in a post apocalyptic world, bits of technology are being retrieved by Archivists in the hope of returning some semblance of technology to society We have lost nearly all [...]

    There is something poetically ironic about a book loaded with techno nihilism being available for E readers.

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