A.I. Assault

A.I. Assault

Jon Hawkins and his crew are exhausted and homesick. They've destroyed the alien machine menace, going deep into the Kuiper Belt to annihilate the secret A.I. base. From out here the sun looks like just another star. It's a lonely existence. They're ready to go home.

What they don't know - what no one could - was that the A.I. destroyer was only a scout.

More alien vessels drop out of hyperspace. This is an A.I. assault. The clock to human extinction has begun ticking.

Jon and his crew are tired, homesick, and pissed off. They've fought too hard and bled too much to quit now. They're going to find a way to beat the death machines; for the sake of their homes, they have to.

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  • Fred Hughes

    The AI's send 3 mega ships to destroy our solar system with the main target being Earth. However we have a captured alien space ship and along with a fleet from Earth and Mars , and some trickery we a...

  • Mike Nemeth

    In "A.I. Assault," the third of the A.I. series, author Vaughn Heppner picks up after Capt. Jon Hawkins has overcome yet again overwhelming odds to defeat yet another artificial intelligence threat de...

  • Steve

    Great sci-fi. Jon, the the main protagonist and hero of the series is an amazing warrior who is capable of winning against all odds. His only fault is his backwards thinking on socialism. He despises ...

  • Mark Armstrong

    Combines all of the best in Science Fiction loreThe story is a combination on several themes similar to ones I have read over the last 50 years, AI's, kind of like the old 'Colossus, the Forbin Projec...

  • Bluecobras09

    As humanity is recovering from the destruction of the first A.I. ship the A.I. come looking for A.I. ship that Jon and his marines took possession of. The A.I. is arrogant, just like the first. Hates ...

  • Nancy S

    Engaging readI truly enjoyed this series. The idea of artificial intelligence/computers setting up to destroy all human life may have been done before but this time it seemed a little different. The a...

  • Ricardo Portella

    Good ending for the first trilogy After a weak second volume, this third book was a good conclusion of this trilogy, although there were still some holes in the story like the box that Walleye recover...

  • Chuck Burns

    ExcellentThis series is a very well written science fiction story. It can be quite cerebral at times, but that is part of it's charm for me. Lots of brute force action as well. Overall, a well rounded...

  • David Adkins

    Great space opera. Can't wait for More.Great characters, believable, evil villains. Once you start it's hard to stop. A truthful look at the human condition. What I believe to be at the heart of all g...

  • John W McKinney

    Thoroughly enjoyedEnjoyed this third book. Tied up a lot of loose ends but left room for several more books. Hopefully Vaughn will continue the storyline. Would like to see us bust the AI's....