How To 3D Print A God (God Complex Universe)

How To D Print A God God Complex Universe A Print Job Never Goes Smooth When the score of a lifetime falls in their lap Deimos and his team accepts to sneak in a factory and D print the client s secret design But will they succeed when a pa

  • Title: How To 3D Print A God (God Complex Universe)
  • Author: George Saoulidis
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 463
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A Print Job Never Goes Smooth When the score of a lifetime falls in their lap, Deimos and his team accepts to sneak in a factory and 3D print the client s secret design But will they succeed when a pack of well trained s tries to stop them, when things don t quite go as planned and when the secret design turns out to be something very different Do you want to knowA Print Job Never Goes Smooth When the score of a lifetime falls in their lap, Deimos and his team accepts to sneak in a factory and 3D print the client s secret design But will they succeed when a pack of well trained s tries to stop them, when things don t quite go as planned and when the secret design turns out to be something very different Do you want to know what s next for the foul mouthed big baby Deimos Do you wanna meet the s Find out on the thrilling sci fi short story How to 3D Print a God What is the god complex universe The gods are back in town Skyscrapers pop out of nowhere all over Athens Corporations rename themselves as Greek gods It all started with the Greek crisis of 2009 and will forever change the world as we know it Some say that CEO s have gone mad Others, that they know damn well what they are doing That there is something solid amongst the myth In the day of inter connectivity and social media admiration, can the myths come back to life From ScifiSelect Inspired by Dan Simmons Ilium, this fast paced world blossomed into dozens of intertwined stories spanning all subgenres, from mystery to action to young adult and is certain to keep you at the edge of your seat What happens when a corporation gets a god complex Find out in our series of books on Kindle Described as light cyberpunk, definitely sci fi and with a fresh twist on Greek mythology Visit mythographystudios the

    One thought on “How To 3D Print A God (God Complex Universe)”

    1. This is the first story of Deimos. Deimos is a badass, but also a jerk. This is an action-heavy story that teases a lot of things to come, and that may disappoint some readers but it should be fine in the end. I came up with this as I thought of a war scene, where people needed to defend a machine as it finished some important process with a snail's pace. So yes, a printer. What's more annoying than that? But not any kind of printer

    2. Began as an interesting short story, but it seemed as though the author gave up and decided to end it quickly. Also 'alright' is one L, not two.

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    4. * The FULL, Uncensored Review can be read here: therevboard/2014/11/13/the *George Saoulidis’ “How to 3D Print a God” is a very short, first-person viewed 20 page read about a special operations and tactics team infiltrating a factory to, well, 3D print a God. Said God is for a high paying client in Mr. Thomas who recruits a motley crew led by the determined and impatient Deimos (the aforementioned first-person viewed narrator of the short story) who must fight off drones as well as sacrif [...]

    5. Deimos has a problem. He and his team have to get to the computer printer. But there are all these killers chasing their van, shooting it up and making it look like a cheese grater. Oh, and then there are the s who are after them.It's complicated.In this short story by George Saoulidis, the good guys are really having a time of it. Their computer hacker has to run code and break through steel doors for them while the others try to complete the mission.Which is to replicate a three-dimensional co [...]

    6. How to 3D a God is a bad effort of an otherwise creative plot. Plot and characterization needs further development. Overall, it was a bad read because the author failed at professionalism, i.e punctuation, formatting. I rate this book a two-star read.

    7. Fun! I want to read more of the God Complex Universe. What did the 3D printer really print? But even more important- can it print real baklava?

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