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Amy Peterson is a von Neumann machine – a self-replicating humanoid robot.

But Amy is a robot unlike any other - her failsafe has broken, meaning she is no longer sworn to protect humans. She and her equally synthetic partner Javier are holed up in their own robot paradise.

But the world that wanted so much to get hold of Amy - to imprison her, melt her down, or use her as a weapon - will not stay away much longer. Javier must run, to Mecha, the robot kingdom, in search of salvation…or death.

The extraordinary second novel from the author of vN.

©2013 Madeline Ashby (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

Critic Reviews

"A strikingly fresh work of mind-expanding science fiction." (iO9.com)
"In Ashby’s expert hands, vN cuts a painful incision into the emotional complexity of oppression in our society, and the way love can feed the worst kinds of hate." (The Guardian)

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NEED BOOK 3!!!!!

Would you consider the audio edition of iD to be better than the print version?

you cant solder solar panels together holding a book

Who was your favorite character and why?

amy is still my best character. she all that and a box of cracker jacks.

Which scene was your favorite?

humm cant pick 1.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

the end. it closed alot of questions but left room for more to grow.

Any additional comments?

cant read this with out the first one. if you do then you might be confused and blue screen.

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