Children of Arkadia

Children of Arkadia Kaus wants nothing than to be loved while its human counterpart Raj Patel believes fervently in freedom Arkadia one of four space stations circling Jupiter was to be a refuge for all who fought th
  • Title: Children of Arkadia
  • Author: M. Darusha Wehm
  • ISBN: 9781927881064
  • Page: 147
  • Format: Paperback
  • Children of Arkadia
    Kaus wants nothing than to be loved while its human counterpart, Raj Patel, believes fervently in freedom Arkadia, one of four space stations circling Jupiter, was to be a refuge for all who fought the corrupt systems of old Earth, a haven where both humans and Artificial Intelligences could be happy and free But the old prejudices and desires are still at play and,Kaus wants nothing than to be loved while its human counterpart, Raj Patel, believes fervently in freedom Arkadia, one of four space stations circling Jupiter, was to be a refuge for all who fought the corrupt systems of old Earth, a haven where both humans and Artificial Intelligences could be happy and free But the old prejudices and desires are still at play and, no matter how well meaning its citizens, the children of Arkadia have tough compromises to make When the future of mankind is at stake, which will prove powerful freedom or happiness What sacrifices will Kaus, Raj, and the rest of Arkadia s residents have to make to survive
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  • M. Darusha Wehm

    Darusha writes science fiction and speculative poetry as M Darusha Wehm and mainstream poetry and fiction as Darusha Wehm Science fiction books include Beautiful Red, Children of Arkadia and the Andersson Dexter cyberpunk detective series Mainstream books include the Devi Jones Locker Young Adult series and The Home for Wayward Parrots forthcoming from NeWest Press.Darusha s short fiction and poetry have appeared in many venues, including Arsenika, Nature, Escape Pod, and several anthologies.Darusha is originally from Canada but currently lives in Wellington, New Zealand after spending the past several years sailing the Pacific For information, visit darusha.

  • 575 Comments

  • Utopias stop working right around the time you add the people I know Darusha Wehm slightly on social media, since we re both Podiobooks authors and members of SpecFicNZ She sent me a copy of this book directly when I mentioned to her that the version on Netgalley was protected by DRM and I couldn t get it on my Kindle I previously listened to part of Darusha s Self Made on Podiobooks, but gave it up because it was moving too slowly for my taste, and the protagonist wasn t engaging to me I m glad [...]



  • Actually I d rate this as a 4.5 5 Very smooth, easy read Interesting questions raised about artificial intelligence.


  • I really enjoyed the pace and was somewhat creeped out by the concept Will not think about AI in the same way again Also, 10 points for the bee description.


  • This was interesting because of the ideas and questions that the book examines than the actual writing Definitely worth a read.The book explores a large community of humans who set up shop in an insular community that is post scarcity Everyone can do as they wish with their time all human needs are supplied by the system in which they live The work of supplying this freedom is handled by a handful of sentient artificial intelligences.The book has three interesting ideas 1 The physical nature of [...]



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