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When the Temporal Witness Protection Agency sends a man to the future, he unwittingly becomes a key player in a robot plot to take over the galaxy.










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    Accidentally thrown into the future by the Temporal Witness Protection Agency, a man arrives in the middle of a robot uprising. It’s a race against time to help an unlikely group of renegades against a robot army bent on taking over the galaxy. Will four strangers be able to work together to save the day, or will the robots succeed in wiping out all intelligent life from the cosmos?










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    The Predicates Of Fate - print

    The Predicates Of Fate - print

    When the Temporal Witness Protection Agency sends a man to the future, he unwittingly becomes a key player in a robot plot to take over the galaxy.










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    “Blerg,” Turnabad said in disgust.

    The man’s face was half melted and unrecognizable. Most likely a nearby computer terminal had exploded, he reasoned. Next to the body was a shattered cane.

    Zed tugged at the man’s charred collar where the remains of his military rank pips were still visible. “Friend of yours?” he asked Jan.

    The dead man wore a uniform like Turnabad’s.

    “Blessed heavens, no,” she exclaimed. “Well, that is, I wouldn’t recognize him, would I? Not in this condition. He must have been killed by an explosion or something.”

    Turnabad was getting increasingly nervous at the sounds of screaming and violent detonations from all over.

    Jan continued, “But what’s he doing here at your ship?”

    “Are we in some kind of trouble?” Turnabad asked between breaths.

    Zed turned around. “Trouble and I go way back.” He spoke completely without irony.

    Jimmy looked down at the body and back at the hatch leading to the ship. “I’m sure we’re all very much interested to know what happened to this guy but if we don’t move fast, the same will happen to us. Come on.”

    “I’m inclined to agree," Turnabad said.

    Zed popped up to his full height and in a single, graceful movement passed a security card by a panel next to a round hatch similar to the one Jimmy opened earlier. “Get in, let’s go,” Zed said as he waved the others in.

    Before stepping through, Turnabad glanced up at the enormous glass ceiling and saw the robot ships firing in unison at the concourse. The glass ceiling exploded and the vacuum of space greedily sucked out everyone and everything left inside.

    Zed briskly shut the hatch and made his way to the cockpit of his ship.

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