Charlie Robot

Benedicit Martin
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Genres: Humour, Science Fiction. Format: eBook. Views: This Week 226, Total 1962.
Meet Charlie. Heís a robot. Or so he claims.

Itís the near future, and a tiny robotics lab in Vancouver, B.C is preparing to unveil the worldís first artificial human to a select gathering of investors. Unfortunately the android ran away before it could be shown, and with the labís funding hanging in the balance, mild-mannered Charlie is coerced by his boss and laboratory founder, Dr. Doug Layton, to pose as the robot until the real machine can be found. But itís a nightmare, and as the weeks pass and there is still no sign of the run-away android, Charlie is left with a difficult decision, continue the charade or come clean. Either way, his life will never be the same.
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Good Story, Well Written, Definitely Recommended, Very Well Edited in 1 reviews.
Paul Smith : What a roller coaster of a story! Lightly written in first person (and there's a real twist to that too) and so easy to read that I finished it before I could blink and was so disappointed that I'd like a sequel.

The story is about an advanced robot - artificial intelligence of the first order. Well he goes missing and someone else has to step into his shoes so that the robot's inventor can impress the investors. The rest, well you'll have to read for yourself. Lot's of humour too (or humor, if you must spell it this way).

Most of the characters are well formed and I definitely felt the personalities of the people with money who want even more money by lending it to gifted people so that their gifts can make those with wealth even richer!

Buy it - you'll enjoy it.