Sunday, March 10, 2013

Artificial Absolutes Review

 
Jane Colt is just another recent college grad working as an Interstellar Confederation office drone—until the day she witnesses her best friend, Adam, kidnapped by a mysterious criminal. An extensive cover-up thwarts her efforts to report the crime, shaking her trust in the authorities. Only her older brother, Devin, believes her account.
Devin hopes to leave behind his violent past and find peace in a marriage to the woman he loves. That hope shatters when he discovers a shocking secret that causes him to be framed for murder.
With little more than a cocky attitude, Jane leaves everything she knows to flee with Devin, racing through the most lawless corners of the galaxy as she searches for Adam and proof of her brother’s innocence. Her journey uncovers truths about both of them, leading her to wonder just how much she doesn’t know about the people she loves.
I was given a copy of Artificial Absolutes for free in exchange for a review.
First of all I wanted to say that I absolutely love this cover, all the different colors with this absolutely gorgeous girl is eye catching. 
I gave this review four bites because it was a little hard at first to get into the book. The first few chapters were really slow. Usually I need to be enthralled right at the beginning to want to go on. Luckily the pace picked up and I was able to enjoy the rest of it.
A few key things readers need to know is this book is for older teens due to a few f words being said. Other than that there I would recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a sci-fi of a slightly different nature.
It will get the reader thinking what does it truly mean to be human, is it only for Human Beings or can AI really be more humane?

No comments:

Post a Comment