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❴Read❵ ➫ iD Author Madeline Ashby – THE SECOND MACHINE DYNASTY Javier is a self replicating humanoid on a journey of redemption Javier's uest takes him from Amy's island where his actions have devastating conseuences for his friend towaTHE SECOND MACHINE DYNASTY Javier is a self replicating humanoid on a journey of redemption Javier's uest takes him f.

Rom Amy's island where his actions have devastating conseuences for his friend toward Mecha where he will find either.

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iD eBook À ò PDF/EPUB Madeline Ashby is a science fiction writer and strategic foresight consultant living in Toronto She has been writing fiction since she was about thirteen years old Before that she recited all her stories aloud with funny voices and everything Her fiction has appeared in Nature Tesseracts Escape Pod FLURB the Shine Anthology and elsewhere Her non fiction has appeared at BoingBoingnet

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  1. Dan Schwent Dan Schwent says:

    iD eBook À ò PDF/EPUB iD ePUBAfter being forced to poison his wife Amy vN Javier goes on the run to find her backup Can he find it before his enemies find him and shut him down permanently?Disclaimer I got this ARC from NetGalley in exchange for reviewing itiD takes place in a future where men and machines live side by side While it's the first book in a series following vN it didn't take me long to get up to speed I love the concept of self replicating androids Hell there are a lot of grea

  2. Bradley Bradley says:

    iD eBook À ò PDF/EPUB iD ePUBDisturbing fairly nuts and good for pushing buttons The whole robot angle is a side issue Most of this novel has a lot of sociopathy and exploration of emotional triggers as its main focus It helps that there's institutionalized pedophilia that's all right because it's just robots YuckBut that's not even the main focus eitherIt's Javier's PoV It's a rather wild journey literally swinging every which way eventually becoming a uest to redeem himself That was all kinds of all right This book was definitely better than the previous but there was still something about it that was off And it wasn't just the ick factor That was explainable by the general theme of the novel It had a place It was an ugly place but it had a placeThe things people do to people Esp

  3. Lata Lata says:

    iD eBook À ò PDF/EPUB iD ePUB3 35 stars I think mostly because like with book one the endingepilogue confused me somewhat I liked how Javier dealt wit

  4. StarMan StarMan says:

    iD eBook À ò PDF/EPUB iD ePUBIs Amy still alive somewhere? If so will tree hugger Javier find her and marry her and live happily ever after? Will evil Portia destroy all humans? Most importantly will anyone ever translate half the shite Javier says?Ha I'm not tellingVERDICT 2 stars about the same as I felt for Book #1 Not great and some problematic execution including some errors in my eBook version but not without some merit for original ish ideas and some decent action scenes Hopefully you'll enjoy this AIsexbotsurvivalconspiracy tale than I did I found it comic book level aside from the pokey parts and not usually in a good way On the plus side There was action A lot happens

  5. Rachel (TheShadesofOrange) Rachel (TheShadesofOrange) says:

    iD eBook À ò PDF/EPUB iD ePUB40 StarsThis is one of those cases where the second book in the series was possibly even better than the first I certainly liked the first book vN but I thought this one was much stronger in terms of both characterizations and plot The story in this one was uite gripping and fast paced I really liked the main character in this one Javier who was such a complex and sympathetic protagonistAs someone who adores stories involving artificial intelligence I love the premise of this series My favourite sections in these books always involve the discussions of personhood and AI rights The concept of the failsafe continues to be at the forefront of the story playing a major role in the course of events This series plays a wonderful homage to the classic laws of robotics introduced by Isaac Asimov in iRobotWhen I first started this series I mistakenly thought it was a young adult science fiction because the main character was rather young and innocent in the first book H

  6. Adam Adam says:

    iD eBook À ò PDF/EPUB iD ePUBI love a book that kicks me in the headYou know what I'm talking about you open the first page start reading and some idea some turn of phrase something about the book rears back from the pages and smacks you in the skull leaving you breathless and starry eyed and saying Oh wow for the next two hundred pages It's nice to have a comforting book one that slowly pulls you in until you're in way over your head but every now and then I need the kick and iD by Madeline Ashby is chock full of

  7. Tez Tez says:

    iD eBook À ò PDF/EPUB iD ePUBI really enjoyed the first book vN but this one didn't work for me Doesn't help that this has a different POV Javier rather than Amy The author's said iD is like her version of a James Bond story complete with casinos cocktails and a supervillain But I just couldn't connect wit

  8. Alexa Alexa says:

    iD eBook À ò PDF/EPUB iD ePUBIt makes me sad that I have to give this one two stars because I loved vN so much Realistically its probably a two and half but Goodreads doesn't give me that option so I've gotta go with my gut here and there wasn't a whole lot I liked about this book other than the initial premise While iD has a lot of what I loved about the first book in the series it was much disorganized and just didn't hold my interest as wellIt's kind of funny that the thing that gives Amy her true personhood her malfunctioned failsafe is what makes her a much alien character Javier on the other hand still lacking a true sense of free will is far vulnerable and should be much relatable But I don't know if it was because it made me anxious to be seeing things from the point of view of someone so oppressed and marginilized as Javier but I j

  9. Kara Babcock Kara Babcock says:

    iD eBook À ò PDF/EPUB iD ePUBIn vN Madeline Ashby provides a refreshing take on the idea of robots on the run She tries to bottle lightning a second time in iD—and she succeeds The second Machine Dynasty novel raises the stakes and allows Ashby a chance to explore both the backstory and future of this world where Asimovian robots have been reified It’s not uite a full on apocalypse but the world appears to be

  10. Beezlebug (Rob) Beezlebug (Rob) says:

    iD eBook À ò PDF/EPUB iD ePUBMachine Dynasty Seuel SummaryFull disclosure I received an electronic copy of this book to review from NetGalley iD is the second book in Madeline Ashby’s The Machine Dynasty Having read the first book in the se

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