“Paul Preuss’ Human Error is one of the best science fiction novels of the year…. To find solid science and believable characters in the same book, you have to restrict yourself to a very exclusive list: Gregory Benford, Arthur Clarke, Frederick Pohl. Add Paul Preuss to that list.”
– Peter J. Heck,
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Human Error tells of a partnership between two computer scientists – Toby, a dapper playboy, and Adrian, a hopeless nerd – who become infected (literally) by their own invention, virus-based supercomputer. One is doomed; the other evolves into a new creature.