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AI Reborn

Narrated by: Eric Martin
Length: 21 hrs and 5 mins
4 out of 5 stars (105 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Eric lives a normal life. He has a job. A girlfriend. He owns an apartment. He matters. And then he dies.

A couple of centuries later, Eric wakes up inside an advanced infantry robot whose AI core harbors his consciousness.

Eric is soon thrust into an experimental army unit known as the Bolt Eaters. Thrown into the latest cesspools of war and conflict across the world, the Bolt Eaters make short work of any opponents. It's almost a cakewalk for the high-tech robots.

When aliens decide to invade, stranding his unit in the middle of nowhere, Eric is forced to face the ultimate test with the machines he has come to know as brothers: a deadly game of cat and mouse played against a technologically superior, utterly alien foe - a game whose stakes include not just their lives, but the lives of every man, woman, and child on the planet.

Someone's gotta save humanity. It might as well be him.

Alien bioweapons. Robots with human minds. One man's fight to retain his humanity. AI Reborn.

©2018 Isaac Hooke (P)2018 Podium Publishing

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  • Jewel
  • hayesville, NC, United States
  • 10-04-18

saddly a dud.

I was really excited about this story, but the whole story line is really monotone. the author doesn't do a good job making you care about the characters, and the enemies are either too weak or too strong to make the battles interesting.

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meh

story lost me with six hours left. Book two should start there.... The really really dumb save the world ploy. with out giving away the story I felt was outside even the realm of sifi.

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Pretty good

First part was very good but by the end of the third section very predictable and silly.

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I should have read the other reviews first.

This is my first book by Isaac Hooke. While I found this story line interesting the story telling was uninteresting. Little or no research was evident, even less imagination, dialog was basic. For a story set 200 years in the future the topic of conversation and tech in use was straight out of 2010. I may try another of his books but only because the author has written so many that I want to believe this one is not representative of his ability. A better performance could help but still could not save this.

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couldnt get past the first three chapters

I tried, I really did, but I couldn't get past the first three chapters or so. Characters were formulaic, plot was stilting. It feels like a rehash of The Matrix or Freejack. Going to return this one too

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fun book

I thought it was a fun book but the Slate character just about ruined it.

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  • GoosFraaba
  • 11-14-18

for sci-fi and/or military fiction lovers

Another great story by Isaac. great value too as it contains all 3 AI Reborn titles. narrator Eric Martin is brilliant when portraying individual characters but can feel like he's reading from a textbook at other times. you get used to it though and didn't take away from my enjoyment of the story.