I, Fembot (Fembot Sally Book 1)
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Stealing diamonds and seducing secret agents is all in a day's work for a robotic femme fatale.
Sally is a shop girl working behind the perfume counter at Burlington's, a top Knightsbridge department store. The shop is a front for a sinister international crime syndicate known only as the Organization. Sally is not a human being but an android replicant, designed to blend in with the ordinary workers at the store.
A diamond heist draws the attention of MI6 and, when secret agent Steve Blunt is dispatched to investigate, Fembot Sally must use all her robotic wiles to lure him into a deadly trap....
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- Leslie F.
Such a fun spy story!
This book was so much fun! Its sort of like James Bond with fembots (or the fembots from Austin Powers). This book is really short, but it was just really fun to listen to. I listened to the Audible audio version of the book narrated by Alison Campbell, and she was really good. Her voice really worked well with the characters and I was able to picture everything in my mind's eye really well. If you like a fun spy story, I highly recommend this book.
Enjoyable Short Story
A robot packaged as a department store perfume sales clerk. Female robots who can shoot bullets from their boobs. I also learned that if the boobs are closer together the "fembot" has better accuracy. If that doesn't piqued your interest I don't know what will!!!!!
This was a fast paced, entertaining audio book that I received in exchange for a review.
I enjoyed the story and the narration was perfect. It was a short story but the way it was written I could have easily listened to 6 hours of it.
- Amazon Customer
Would you consider the audio edition of I, Fembot to be better than the print version?
I don't know since I have not read or seen the print version,
Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?
It kept my attention throughout and I could have easily listened in one sitting if my schedule permitted it.
Have you listened to any of Alison Campbell’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Any additional comments?
I received this book through LibraryThing giveaway for my honest review. Very good listen!