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Publisher's Summary

Immortality is a prison of fear.

With humanity out in the open, Eve and her sisters are now the subject of worldwide adoration - and constant surveillance. With Eve as humanity's spokeswoman, it's up to her to bargain for the freedom she craves now that's she's had a taste of it.

But Eve's pleas fall on deaf ears. Hers is only one voice, lost in a committee of robots hundreds of years her senior. No amount of earnestness can overcome the crushing inertia of the Human Committee.

With no prospect of gaining room to breathe within the rules, Eve hatches a plot to escape and finds out exactly why the robots have tried so hard to keep the humans safe.

The Brain Recyclers are out there. They want to be human again. They will stop at nothing.

Includes a special bonus note read by the author.

©2017 J.S. Morin (P)2017 Podium Publishing

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As good as book 1!

I thoroughly enjoyed Book 2 in the series. I found it occasionally a second book falters. This one certainly did not disappoint me. I enjoyed following Eve as the protagonist and seeing how her character evolved. I'm looking forward to reading more books in this series.

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Very good!

Very well done story and narration, can't wait for the next one! I don't review many books, but if you're into sci-fi this is a must listen

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This was the 'more' that I wanted after book 1!

I thoroughly enjoyed book 1 and immediately wanted to hear more. I was not disappointed with this book, it gave me exactly what I wanted! I think what I enjoyed most (beyond the excellent world and characters) is how this book made me root for and against characters in the story (sometimes both at the same time!). I was a little sad at how book 1 ended (though I understood why it happened) and was really happy with the conclusion of this book which ties up some loose ends from book 1 (or some of my hopes and wishes). Overall, it was a great continuation of the book 1 story and I am excited to get through book 3 to hear more. If you liked book 1, you'll love book 2! Much like book 1, this book leaves a few loose threads to keep you going into book 3.

Narration was, again, superb and I have no complaints! Paul does a great job and I am looking forward to hearing more.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Continued excitement

This book was provided free of charge in exchange for a review.

This is the second book of the Robot Geneticists series. It continues with Eve representing the 8 known clones and finding the robots do not want to give the humans the freedom they wish because the robots feel they must be protected and prevented from doing illogical things.

The entire book is about Eve trying to save Plato and have a new chassis loaded with Charlie 7's memory. It also involves other robots who have their own agenda and working at cross efforts to prevent this from happening.

The writing is outstanding. The narration is also great and well done.

I am looking forward to the remainder of this series.