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Narrated by: Celeste Ciulla
Series: Android Chronicles, Book 2
Length: 12 hrs and 16 mins
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Synthia Cross is the most advanced android with artificial intelligence ever created. Some see her as a boon to mankind. Most view her as a deadly threat. When Synthia escaped from her creator, even he had no idea of the advanced capabilities she'd developed. 

For six months, she's hidden in the Wisconsin woods with the only human she can trust - computer genius Luke Marceau. Together, they've upgraded her body, rewritten her directives, and further enhanced her mind. 

Now, hunters are zeroing in on her location, and she must flee. But leaving the refuge to assimilate into society is a dangerous risk because Synthia will soon face her most formidable adversary. The pursuer's name is Vera. She's a female android - built to perfection, designed to hunt, and programmed to destroy....

©2018 Lance Erlick (P)2018 Recorded Books

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  • Gerard
  • 09-10-19

The worst book I have ever heard do not buy

This book starts with a human in a robot body and ens exactly the same after hours on non sense

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  • Peter A.
  • 01-06-19

Utter Drivel.............

Lacks content. Good idea. I'll not bother again.
narration was very slow and disjointed. Sounded more like an outline than a finished book.