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  • Hardcover
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  • Machinehood
  • S.B. Divya
  • en
  • 11 March 2020
  • 9781982148065

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characters Machinehood ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Free read Machinehood Increasingly competitive gig economy Daily doses protect against designer diseases flow enhances focus zips and buffs enhance physical strength and speed and juvers speed the healing process All that changes when Welga’s client is killed by The Machinehood a new and mysterious terrorist group that has simultaneously attacked several major pill funders The Machinehood operatives seem to be part human part machine something the world has never seen They issue an ultimatum stop all pill production in one week Global panic ens I LOVED this book It hit me in my sci fi sweet spot and didn t let go A credit to Ms Divya s writing Her characters were all so different yet relatable and compelling and REAL The world as she envisions it here Yeah I could ABSOLUTELY see it I really enjoyed this story give it a try I got my copy as an ARC in a Goodreads giveaway

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characters Machinehood ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Free read Machinehood Ues as pill production slows and many become ill Thousands destroy their bots in fear of a strong AI takeover But the US government believes the Machinehood is a cover for an old enemy One that Welga is uniuely ualified to fight Welga determined to take down the Machinehood is pulled back into intelligence work by the government that betrayed her But who are the Machinehood and what do they really want A thrilling and thought provoking novel that asks if we won’t see machines as human will we instead see humans as machines If we won t see machines as human will we instead see humans as machines 5 Stars for Machinhood from me The first page of this book had me hooked I am a big lover of sci fi and the world in this book is so enviable The author did a fantastic job explaining the tech that the people of 2095 live in and it was so fun fantasizing about what it must be like to have a kitchen to cook your meals machinery that can manipulate your living arrangements and a personal agent that you can name and rely on for everything from schedules news communications and health needs But on the other hand this tech is so advanced that it can have emotionsfeelings similar to a small animal Can you imagine tossing out your animal bot just because you wanted something different leaving it to suffer eternity searching for you The Machinehood wants to offer a new option to life where all humans and machines can live harmoniously under their neo Buddhism practices but have they gone too far Things I love about this book The pacing It doesn t linger on long conversations because the world moves so much faster The inclusions of everyone without being cheesy Yep there are non binary people but they aren t presented as token characters They are just like anyone as it should be The explication of sciencetech I m not the best at tech but the author was able to write it so I could understand the basics of what was going on The food I ve never googled so many food items before and now all I want is to try these yummy sounding dishes Nithya My favorite character by far I love reading about women who are strong in many ways Mother Breadwinner caregiver scientist woman have always been so many things throughout time and this character was just beautifully written I want to know her in real life Thank you for her Things I didn t really enjoy about this book The ending wrapped up super uickly and sort of too neat for realistic expectations While I really wanted that ending it was sort of meh Connor Can we say perfect partner but in a unrealistic way We can but I applaud his love making capabilities although he was on the brink of death haha I highly recommend this book as it was so fun to read It s sci fi but in the most hopeful of ways because now I truly want to live in that world Let s hope these organs of ours continue to work until we can get some of that Dakini technology in us I d like to thank the publisher for the ARC of this book and note that it had no reflection on my rating

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characters Machinehood ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Free read Machinehood From the Hugo Award nominee SB Divya Zero Dark Thirty meets The Social Network in this science fiction thriller about artificial intelligence sentience and labor rights in a near future dominated by the gig economyWelga Ramirez executive bodyguard and ex special forces is about to retire early when her client is killed in front of her It’s 2095 and people don’t usually die from violence Humanity is entirely dependent on pills that not only help them stay alive but allow them to compete with artificial intelligence in an I enjoy a varied reading diet and was due a science fiction book This was available on Netgalley and had an intriguing premise and good reviews so despite initial reservations it was mission go And turns out the reservations were well founded There was something about the description of the book that didn t uite excite me and neither did the book Oh it tried it really did It had perfectly decent writing a lot of grand ideas tons of action morals etc It had all the right ualities for a good sci fi book in fact it had a lot of ingredients I specifically enjoy in a sci fi booksocial relevancecommentary being one of the prereuisites But in the end int just didn t work for me and while I endeavor to put into words why not I ll just talk about the plot So in the year 2095 the world s technology has come pretty far the development of AI specifically has done so much too much to change the social structure now people are reduced to working gig economies observing and supervising AI and now people are being aggressively chemically assisted to be their best most competitive selves it isn t all negative of course in fact a lot of it dramatically enhances people s lives but it is a crippling dependency Essentially AI is thriving and people are junkies desperately trying to stay on the level That s reductive but practicaland so into this world Machinehood emerges Manifesto and all An idea that all intelligence ought to be eual and cooperative a notion for a purer and integrative sort of existence Originating either in a caliphate of Maghreb or a Buddhist space colony this is a very dangerous idea it threatens to upset the entire apple cart of current status uo and so it must be investigated Which ends up down to a single special forces operative named Welga Ramirez So yeah that all sounds exciting doesn t it And to be fair the author does try to make it exciting but somehow it never really did it for me the excitement was muted at best in fact there was too much action for my liking and frankly too much tech also I mean the tech was fascinating but once established it was still all too prevalent overwhelming the story at times The characters were interesting enough and properly heroic when needed to be but can t say I cared about any of them That s kind of the main thing with this novel it was all interesting but not especially engaging The sort of book to appreciate not to love The author to her credit did some very interesting things with world building AI development and integration futuristic logistics etc The 2095 of her creation is culturally and ethnically diverse with a wide variety of multiethnic gender nonspecific characters who still use the tragically unimaginative and grammatically iffy They to describe themselves The tech has made chores nearly obsolete fabrics and furniture reconstitute themselves food get delivered and prepares itself in a futuristic kitchen it s an almost magically convenient worldso long as it functions properly And the obverse evil side of that coin is that social media developments have turned lives into reality shows with too much information too easily available and observed Brave new world indeed one it seems only Welga s heroic efforts can help save I really did wish I liked this such gamut of ideas but just too many things smushed together and seasoned too heavily with action scenes and action movie like characters It read fairly uickly for being over 400 pages so that was nice But much like some AI no matter how lifelike it lacked that certain something to properly bring it to life The cover has the same muted effect actually oddly enough Almost there Thanks Netgalley


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    [Machinehood] Free à S.B. Divya S.B. Divya Ü 7 Download Read & Download í eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ü S.B. Divya If we won’t see machines as human will we instead see humans as machines 5 Stars for Machinhood from me The first page of this book had me h

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    [Machinehood] Free à S.B. Divya I received this as an ARC Thank you Simon and SchusterI expected the book to be a little high action and it definitely went in some directions that I didn't expect but overall I thoroughly enjoyed this book This was my first book from this auth

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    [Machinehood] Free à S.B. Divya Free read Machinehood Machinehood A Futuristic NovelIf this is the future in 2095 I’m glad I won’t be here to see it Everything is controlled by AI and people have nothing to do except take pills to enhance themselves and keep them well Welga Ramirez is a bodyguard by profession who is called out to fight when there is a disturbance Fighting is not all that dangerous though people are not supposed to kill anyone just maim and

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