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    Fascinating Ideas + Intriguing Concept

    ---3.5 Stars--- Wow! There is a lot going on in this book! The author has fascinating ideas and this book concept was very intriguing! The author did an impressive job on world-building as his attention to detail was immaculate. Jason1, the main character, who was once flesh and blood, is somewhat of a hero in this book. Jason1 became softlife when his space station was attacked by terrorists. As Jason1 and the spaceship crew knew time was running out and they had no other way out they decided to take a risk and download themselves into a computer system. Jason1 and the other survivors created a unique community as softlife while they waited for the next step. Now, trying to establish a connection with the rest of humanity, Jason1 must team up with Space Force General Heather Lacey to battle the terrorists once again. There is an interesting dynamic between the softlife that used to be flesh and blood and those born in captivity. Oh yes – regardless that they’re now computer programs they can still have sex and create offspring! I found this book to be interesting for the most part. However, there were times I was bored and got lost or confused. I definitely had to put this book down multiple times and it took me over a week to finish it. I kept coming back because I wanted to know how it ended, but it wasn’t a book I was glued to. Even though I enjoyed reading this book, but didn’t love it, I would still recommend it to sci-fi readers as this book truly was an interesting read. **Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this book and have voluntarily provided an honest, and unbiased review in accordance with FTC regulations.**
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