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Sphere (YA Robot Cyberpunk) (EXOTIQA WORLD Book 2)

Rating: 4.60 / 5
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by M. Black

"LIKE EXOTIQA THERE IS A MIXTURE OF EMOTIONS THAT GO THROUGHOUT THIS WHOLE STORY AND GETS YOU THINKING THAT QUITE POSSIBLY IT MAY ACTUALLY HAPPEN IN THE REAL WORLD" -AMAZON REVIEWER"THESE BOOKS ARE GREAT. AS WITH THE OTHERS, I COULDN'T PUT THIS DOWN. NEW FAVE AUTHOR" -AMAZON REVIEWER"ANOTHER GREAT READ!" -AMAZON REVIEWER Divergent meets iRobot. ENTER TOMORROW with this YA Robot Cyberpunk Dystopian novelEXOTIQA 1THIRTY 1.5SPHERE 2With machine advancements embedded within human bodies, the questions of social inequality and prejudice come to light... A year after the events of Exotiqa, Fione and Maci, are now facing ImaTech’s latest threat, the Humanbot program. Under the careful eye of Russell Wagner, this won't be easy. With Sector Spheres keeping watch on Fione and her best friend Spear joining the rebellious Vigilante group, Fione has to trust Pix more than ever. But is his allegiance to the human race the same as hers? Meanwhile, Maci is happy to have Thirty back in her arms, but she has struggles of her own trying to keep off the radar of the Flexbot Recycling Centers that want to destroy any conscious Flex, and while she relies on Thirty for survival she has doubts of her own about his loyalty. In this original series, we watch humans lose their humanity as they become more robotic, and robots become more humanlike with a sense of love and compassion. Told from two points of view: Maci’s and Fione’s, the reader will gain a better sense of what life might be like inside of a sentient machine’s brain from Maci, and from Fione learn more about the ‘transportation problem’ and how human consciousness might work inside of a machine if one day we ever arrive at that technology. Fans of Divergent, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, Blade Runner, iRobot, and A.I. will love this dystopian world with two young but strong female heroines who must save the fragile system crumbling around them. This story will even satisfy those looking for something with more philosophical themes and it is a perfect fit for readers interested in sci-fi, artificial intelligence, and robotics. Flexbot dialogue is told in Synchro Let text in print (10 font size in ebook), and human dialogue is told in Baskerville text (12 font size).

Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Science Fiction, Cyberpunk, Dystopian, Teen & Young Adult, Literature & Fiction
Size: 253 pages
Free download for Kindle from 15 February 2020 onward  

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