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    Very interesting listen

    There were plenty of twists to this story, and I did not want to stop listening. Brad is lonely and makes an android. Tricia is so real, others cannot tell that she is not human. The emotional ups and downs, and the wondering which way will it go kept my attention. I felt sorry for both Tricia and Brad as the story played out, and the ending caught me off guard. I really liked this story. I received a gift of this audiobook, and this is my unsolicited review.
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    rewired

    interesting topic. a problem to be faced in the not to distant future. this novel dragged at tim and at other times took a skewed look at a society in the throes of reorganizing and re-establishing its rules
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    Re-Wired

    A maginal read at best. The author obviously and rather clumsily attempts to use the development of human-android sexual relations as a platform for advocating an ultra-liberal agenda for freedom of choice and, the vilification of religion. The basic story about human loneliness as a powerful and potentially self and other destructive force could have worked if not for the author's stummbling attempt at redefining human morality.
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