Finn looks and acts human, though he has no desire to be. He was programmed to assist his owners, and performs his duties to perfection. A billion-dollar construct, his primary task now is to tutor Cat. As she grows into a beautiful young woman, Finn is her guardian, her constant companion…and more. But when the government grants rights to the ever-increasing robot population, however, Finn struggles to find his place in the world, and in Cat’s heart.
©2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.; ©2013 Cassandra Rose Clarke
"Unique, heart-wrenching, full of mysteries and twists." (Tamora Pierce on The Assassin’s Curse)
Interesting tale from an adolescent point of view of growing up with a robot as a companion. It could have been financed by the cigarette lobby with its silly adolescent preoccupation with cigarettes.
This may be the future with it's many legal complications. Interesting glimpse of the brave new world
It is in my top 3 or 4 for sure. I loved it!
Cat the protagonist. Feels as if Ive grown up with her.
Yes, The Fault in Our Stars. This wasn't as good as a performance in my opinion but then again, TFIOS is my favorite book so I am biased on that question. I love her voice and I do like how she does male characters without that weird forced scratchy "male" voice.
I did laugh at parts but no I didnt cry. That isnt to say that it didnt strike any emotion because it certainly did.
I started out listening to books for work and now have become addicted. Every where I drive is a new adventure...
So, I loved the romance, I think? ...Hated the middle, I know ... loved the ending, I think? Should I listen again ... Not sure. Really, I loved Finn.
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