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    Android Winter is coming

    I really enjoyed this first book in the series, and I'm looking forward to the next book. Michael La Ronn did a great job with convincing me that Android easily could be part of our daily life in the future, and of course he touches upon the usual things that will be part of any book or movie about androids/robots in almost any form: the complications involved when they learn to think for themselves - what will happen? But actually, that's not the main theme here at all. We are. Us. The humans. We are flawed. And deeply so. The characters are rich and well developed, and even though it is a rather short book, the author manages to get a lot of information and backstory told, along with creating a believable setting for the time we're in, without it ever being boring, or making it feel like an info dump. Loved it, and I'm ready for the next one! Android Winter is coming.
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    Android Paradox

    Quite a read leaves you wanting more! I enjoyed the interaction between humans and androids. I believe most people will enjoy this book also
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    A page turner but felt like a YA book

    Whilst I enjoyed the ideas of how Androids might develop, and wanted to know more, I was always conscious of the style of writing. The characters felt undeveloped and there wasn't the depth to them or the story that I'd hope for .
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    Exciting

    Really interesting, there is always the tales of machines taking over the world, this one puts a different twist on those tales. Can't wait to continue the series.
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    Android fantasy

    A very good science fiction fantasy. Fuel for imagination - android with emotion - the possibility do exist.
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