For We Are Many

{4.5/5} “It seemed that VEHEMENT was either still completely confined to the Sol system, or they hadn’t acquired any assets here. But we didn’t know how many members might have gone out with the various colony ships. We would have to be vigilant until humanity was well-enough established to survive its own craziness.”

For We Are Many by Dennis E. Taylor, published in 2017

Some of Bob’s clones are helping settle evacuees from Earth on a colony, named Vulcan. Other clones are exploring different areas of the galaxy, and Bob himself — the computer version — had found sentient life. Mulder has found a waterworld, and Riker is still interacting with the people left on Earth — all of whom want on the next ship.

This is the sequel to We Are Legion (We Are Bob).

It’s about sentient computers caring for humans, and other sentients. It’s about first contact with an antagonistic civilization that seems undefeatable.

I’ve read 2 books by Taylor — I will read at least 1 more.

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