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Children of Ruin by Adrian Tchaikovsky

Truly a polymathic acrobatics display of sci-fi adventure; if you like any of linguistics, philosophy, biology, artificial intelligence, and you like them wrapped up in a speculative space exploration thriller with a bow on top, read this series. 


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