Michel Geulincx is an eleven year old boy living a quiet life on an earth-like colonial planet with his adoptive parents. His life direction suddenly changes when he is offered a scholarship to a prestigious art school. But it isn’t his artistic talent that interests the recruiters. Uniquely talented and strong of character, Michel discovers his biological identity and learns he alone among the human warriors can meld with Lancelot, humanity’s most advanced weapon devised to oppose the life-eradicating berserkers. He will become a living machine dedicated to saving humanity as he takes humanity’s fight to the berserkers and to the heart of the galaxy.
I usually like berserker stories
This book is really bad. It starts out ok, but devolves into endless metaphysical babble. Each page seems like a new challenge to seem how many logical absurdities it can be made to contain.