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- ASIN : B07CRG5SLK
- Publisher : Wild Lake Press, Inc (May 23, 2018)
- Publication date : May 23, 2018
- Language : English
- File size : 2566 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 334 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,105,784 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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I found it to be an interesting read and sat and read it over the course of an evening. I found the story to be well written and fluidly moves through the various plot lines that come together at the end of the book. The first book in a trilogy. If the other books are written as well as this one when they come out; it will be well worth the read.
As always, “I voluntarily reviewed this after receiving a free copy.”
This is like science fiction meets real life with a Twist and I think anyone who enjoys the science, robotics, AI simulation, or the thought of traveling to a new world will enjoy this book. The possibilities the author has written about are things that people think about today and hope to put into play in our future.
Anytime you think of a Utopia of doing something better then what happened in the past and weeding out the negativity you run the risk of creating a worst place.
As I stated earlier this book kind of freaked me out but I finished it and let me tell you that took a lot. But I am glad I did.
I have only totally read and review this book with no obligation to the author.
Harley wanted his son Issac to have the same kind of life that any teen on the colony had, but his physical and mental limitations wouldn’t allow that. Usually defects are found out before birth and the pregnancy is terminated except in Isaac’s case a mistake was made in the testing leaving him different from everyone else. Must parents would have no way to help them, but Isaac’s father, Harley, is a robotics expert and he will do whatever he can to help Isaac live his dreams. Harley is working on a way to mesh a human’s mind with an android to allow Isaac to experience the world without limitations. Now many people are worried that the androids could become too human because that is one of the problems that lead to the downfall of Earth before the colony escaped to their new world. How far will a parent go to help their child. And more importantly how will any changes effect everyone in the new world?
Harley may only be concerned to helping Isaac, but by not thinking about the possible outcomes is a definite flaw. It was interesting that even with all of the genetic manipulations to maintain a calm and cohesive colony they still had individuals who treated others with disdain and had bullies. Ken Sampson and his son Ralph thought they were better then others, particularly Harley and Isaac, who apparently were their targets. Some things about human nature never change make this reader to wonder with all of their care to create the perfect person they somehow missed that flaw. The futuristic ideas of a brain mesh with android begs the question of what it is to be real. If a person or android can feel and adapt isn’t that what life is all about? The reader will have to continue wit the next book in this series to see how they will resolve these issues. I really enjoyed this book and look forward to the next book in this series.
Received for an honest review.
If you like sci-fi, original storylines and great characters you will like this book. Harley and Issac are colonists in a rigid society of humans who fled the ruined Earth. Harley is a robotic scientist who seeks to make his impaired son whole by meshing his brain with an android. This well written book was a joy to read - it has a rich storyline that captivated me and I can't wait for the next in the series. Highky recommended.
I received a complimentary copy of this book for voluntary review consideration
I absolutely loved this book. The love the father has for his son is very real and obvious. The book is well written and very well paced. It's such a refreshing new take on a dystopian, robotic future. The villains felt so real to me, that I really despised them. I'm excited to read the next book in this trilogy. I highly recommend.
I read and reviewed this ARC BOOK voluntarily.
I received an advanced copy from hidden gems and I enjoyed it so much that I want to review