Operation Oracle

Deep under The Mountain on Snakeholme, vast computer networks are running simulations, but they re flawed and General Burgton s self imposed mission to safeguard the Alliance is in jeopardy Without reliable intelligence, he cannot protect the Alliance from itself, let alone the Merkiaari.The missions he authorises are blacker than black, so secret that only he and the ageDeep under The Mountain on Snakeholme, vast computer networks are running simulations, but they re flawed and General Burgton s self imposed mission to safeguard the Alliance is in jeopardy Without reliable intelligence, he cannot protect the Alliance from itself, let alone the Merkiaari.The missions he authorises are blacker than black, so secret that only he and the agents performing them know of their existence, but every operation relies upon his seemingly miraculous fore knowledge of events and he is starting to make mistakes.Needing a solution, Burgton breaks the Alliance s A.I ban and spends trillions of credits on project Oracle, but when the project fails, and desperation sends him looking for an answer, he compounds his crime If he can t build an A.I, he ll just have to steal one
Operation Oracle Deep under The Mountain on Snakeholme vast computer networks are running simulations but they re flawed and General Burgton s self imposed mission to safeguard the Alliance is in jeopardy Without re

  • Title: Operation Oracle
  • Author: Mark E. Cooper
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  • Page: 475
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    About the Author

    Mark E. Cooper

    Incursion Merkiaari Wars 5 is out now 11 11 2016 impulsebooks incursion Mark E Cooper lives alone in a small town in the south of England, where he writes most mornings and evenings His background is in mechanical engineering where he spent over thirty years working for Ford He loves reading about strong female characters and can often be found laughing to himself as he listens to a book on his iPod.His hobbies include driving his cobra a V12 monster he built with his best friend reading fantasy and sci fi, and maintaining his blog at impulsebooks markcooHe is now the author of than eight titles in the genres he loves to read.

    585 Comment

    • Jamie Manning said:
      Sep 25, 2018 - 16:52 PM

      Awesome book and series

    • S said:
      Sep 25, 2018 - 16:52 PM

      Looking forwards to book 4.

    • Jason said:
      Sep 25, 2018 - 16:52 PM

      The 3rd in the series sees many of the major characters still trying to come to terms with the Shan War from the 2nd book. The incredible loss of life on both Harmony and Child of Harmony is devastating, and so is the return of the Merkiaari. Humanity has been waiting for the return of the Merki for the last 200yrs, and now, they are back, even more terrifying, with new skills, smarter and more capable.This book looks at several different perspectives of the War with the Shan, and something diff [...]

    • Larry B Gray said:
      Sep 25, 2018 - 16:52 PM

      Operation Oracle: Merkiaari Wars Book 3 by Mark E. Cooper is another great book in the Merkiaari Wars series. Its fast paced action kept me hooked and I read the entire book in a day. It was that hard to put down.The author continues to expand and develop the storyline of the series in book 3 and wow, does he do it. This book is full of plot twist and turns that take your breath away. At times I had to remind myself to breath.Mark E. Cooper's characters are super and I really liked watching them [...]

    • Lisa said:
      Sep 25, 2018 - 16:52 PM

      I enjoyed the book even if parts of it seemed slow moving. I keep waiting for the actual aliens to show up. The random villains / pirates are ok. I really like the Viper idea as soldier units and would like to see more but I keep waiting for the bad guy aliens to actually attack. I have started book 4 already and it looks to be more set up and perhaps book 5 is finally the actual invasion. Despite the slow moving broad alien invasion arc, I am enjoying the series. It is a quick read and a page t [...]

    • Richard said:
      Sep 25, 2018 - 16:52 PM

      Very well written and a good plot. My only complaint is with the philosophy, which is kinda of ironic considering I like the military sci-fi genre. However in the real world democracy is to date the best form of government we have had.I have great admiration for the army and the skills involved, however the skills involved in running a war don't translate into running a society.As far as I'm aware there hasn't been a successful military run government.Also power corrupts so you may have the occa [...]

    • L.G. III said:
      Sep 25, 2018 - 16:52 PM

      I had the delight of reading this book immediately after the first two. It helped keep the story fresh in my mind and I found the book just as enjoyable as the first two. The struggle of humanity and the Shan against the Merkiaari has reached a lull and each side works feverishly to gain an advantage against the other. I hate giving spoilers so all I will say is that this book was a great continuation of the story and I look forward to the next sequel.

    • Allan Ashinoff said:
      Sep 25, 2018 - 16:52 PM

      I read this book immediately following the previous two and was more than impressed by the authors ability to create a compelling saga with a variety of well-known elements (the tech, the races, etc.). I look forward to book 4.

    • Robin Halvorson said:
      Sep 25, 2018 - 16:52 PM

      I really enjoyed this series. Enhanced humans, evil warlike aliens intent on extermination of humans, new aliens to make contact with, corrupt politicians. I liked this so much I read 4 books worth of the tale.

    • Lukas Lovas said:
      Sep 25, 2018 - 16:52 PM

      Much better than the previous book. We are returning to the exciting aspects of sci-fi - exploration and new stuff. We finally had a few Merkiaari points of view, the AI are always an interesting thing to see.I liked this book a lot, and I'm curious to finally read the last one :)

    • Tim said:
      Sep 25, 2018 - 16:52 PM

      The writing's improving and it's interesting enough, but there's still the annoying habit of explaining every TLA every time. It bugs me just enough to wonder about continuing now that I've finished the omnibus.

    • Carly Kirk said:
      Sep 25, 2018 - 16:52 PM

      I enjoyed itI thoroughly enjoyed this third installment in the Merkiaari Wars series. And I really can't wait to read the next one!

    • Mentat said:
      Sep 25, 2018 - 16:52 PM

      Great,human meets alien first contact, humans have cyborgs that other humans are afraid of, space battle in large ships, dog fights, exploration. Novel I really enjoyed. Great Tech!

    • William Byrd said:
      Sep 25, 2018 - 16:52 PM

      Great readI throughly enjoyed this book, and must begin the next one. Awesome! I am really enjoying the charachter development of this series.

    • Dave Wallace said:
      Sep 25, 2018 - 16:52 PM

      A fun series, and #3 gets back to territory I prefer, less blowing up nasty aliens and more suspense, a quest and meeting something new.

    • Tamer Sadek said:
      Sep 25, 2018 - 16:52 PM

      Steadily improving. Much better this time round. Still dwells on each character for too long before shifting to another perspective. Onwards to Book 4.

    • Karsten Olsen said:
      Sep 25, 2018 - 16:52 PM

      Great

    • Randy Smith said:
      Sep 25, 2018 - 16:52 PM

      This was a very good book!

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