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Daniel H Wilson


USA flag (b.1978)

Daniel H. Wilson was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He earned a PhD in Robotics from Carnegie Mellon University and a BS in Computer Science from the University of Tulsa. In 2008, he hosted The Works on the History Channel, exploring the inner workings of everyday stuff. Daniel H. Wilson was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He earned a PhD in Robotics from Carnegie Mellon University and a BS in Computer Science from the University of Tulsa. In 2008, he hosted The Works on the History Channel, exploring the inner workings of everyday stuff.  He lives in Portland, Oregon with his wife and two children.

Genres: Science Fiction
 
Series
Robo
   1. Robopocalypse (2011)
   2. Robogenesis (2014)
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Anthologies edited
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Non fiction
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Awards
John W Campbell Memorial Award Best Novel nominee (2012) : Robopocalypse


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"A fun, morally-flexible revenge tale...Vicious methodically ratchets up the tension as Victor and Eli circle each other for the inevitable kill."
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Tin Men (2015)
Christopher Golden
"As military robots proliferate, we have all wondered whether the wealthy will use them to dominate those with fewer resources. Fascinating and thrilling, Tin Men imagines a future in which the playing field is suddenly and violently leveled. When the stakes are life or death, will the soldiers behind the robots still have what it takes to survive?"
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The Fall of the House of Cabal (2016)
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Jonathan L Howard
"Johannes Cabal would kill me for saying this, but he's my favorite zeppelin-hopping detective. The fellow has got all the charm of Bond and the smarts of Holmes - without the pesky morality."
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Red Sun Rogue (2016)
(Wrecking Crew, book 2)
Taylor Zajonc
"[The Wrecking Crew] is a tight thriller that is part Johnny Quest and part Bourne Identity."
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Exit Strategy (2018)
Charlton Pettus
"A fast and satisfying read, Exit Strategy captures the magic of The Fugitive and wraps it in the shining chrome of a techno-thriller. It's a white-knuckle ride that just might teach you something about bio-tech before it's over."
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The Robots of Gotham (2018)
Todd McAulty
"The Robots of Gotham is a thrilling ride through a nuanced, post-singularity world populated by a frightening and fascinating array of smart machines. Read this and you'll come to the same conclusion I did: The world belongs to robots, we're just living in it."
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The Black God's Drums (2018)
P Djèlí Clark
"Definitely do not miss this lightning fast romp through the steampunk bayous of an alternate New Orleans. Clark’s story bleeds with style, elaborate language, and unforgettable characters who are pulled by the undercurrents of hidden gods."
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Burn-In (2020)
August Cole and P W Singer
"Burn-In is a white-knuckle adventure into our maximum probability future. I found surprises on every page, with each startlingly real depiction of new technology and its human impact. This near-future was crafted by experts, and it shows."

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