By Ken MacLeod
In the aftermath of the tough Rapture-a cataclysmic conflict sparked by means of the explosive evolution of Earth's man made intelligences into godlike beings-a few remnants of humanity controlled to outlive. a few even prospered.
Lucinda Carlyle, head of an bold extended family of galactic marketers, had carved out a ecocnomic area of interest for herself and her kinfolk through taking keep watch over of the Skein, a sequence of interstellar gates left at the back of via the posthumans. yet on an international known as Eurydice, a distant planet on the farthest rim of the galaxy, Lucinda stumbled upon a forgotten relic of the prior that can threaten the Carlyles' means of life.
For, within the final instants sooner than the conflict, a determined band of scientists had scanned billions of human personalities into electronic garage, and despatched them into area within the wish of 1 day resurrecting them to the flesh. Now, armed, harmful, and intensely a lot alive, those revenants have prompted a fateful disagreement which can shatter the stability of energy, or even switch the character of fact itself.
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