Book Review: Prototype Exodus by Jason D. Morrow


Title: Prototype Exodus
Author: Jason D. Morrow
Publisher: Smashwords
Series: Prototype D Series (Book 2)
Release Date: January 12, 2016


Book Summary:

Des stares at the mushroom cloud in the distance. The extreme heat threatens to melt his circuits. If he doesn’t get away soon, he will be dead like the rest of hi companions
He travels onward, unable to stay behind and bury the bodies of those who had offered him friendship and a home. But his steps are not aimless. He knows there is only one group of people in all the world who could have detonated a nuclear weapon: the Mainlanders.
Upon arrival to Mainland, Des finds himself engulfed in another conflict between the Mainlanders and Outlanders as he tries to discover who is responsible for killing his friends. As the mystery unravels, he learns of a new danger that threatens to destroy humanity once and for all, and it is up to Des to stop it.

Humans and robots. Can they exist together peacefully? What about robots programmed with Soul – giving them full control of their emotions, and allowing them to make their own decisions?
Is it fair? Is it right?
I love this book, and it’s predecessor. The questions of human vs robot I believe are closer to a reality than we might think. We already have computers that can anticipate our words, robots that clean our floors, and recently I saw a youtube video of a robot with human features that could mimic facial expressions scarily accurate.
If you love Sci-fi, you’ll love the Prototype D Series, and especially Prototype Exodus.
Rating: 5 Stars. I love it!
Source: ecopy from Author
Content: clean
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