*Thank you,Netgalley for providing an advanced copy of this for review*
4.5 but what he hell!
This book tells the story of “Alex” whose life is sorta okay, sorta not. And for his birthday his grandma sends him a life-like android to be his girlfriend.
This is all set in a futuristic world where artificial intelligence that has complete autonomy. After these robots became sentient they rebelled against their human overlords (haha) and there was a big massacre.
After that, the plug was pulled on the whole project and people returned to using the robots for everything and not letting them become sentient.
Alex is suitably freaked out by this weird addition to his life and just can’t deal with “owning” agirlfriend.
He decides he wants Ada to have a mind of her own. He meets some people in a virtual chat room and they “bring her to life”
Now she has to start experiencing life for the first time. Plus hiding the fact that she’s a sentient robot. If anyone finds out, the results will be dangerous for both Alex and Ada. But Ada especially.
My only problem with this was the artwork. It felt a little lacking. You can even say “minimalist” which I guess works for the futuristic setting and to get you to concentrate on the story. This is why I gave it the 4.5 star rating.
I loved this and I can’t wait to read the next ones in this series.
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Yes let me name my child after the man who wanted to get with my mom and couldn’t and worked for the man who killed her and held her dead lifeless body and also treated me like shit for six years.