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Cel & Anna by Lindsay Edmunds
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Mar 21, 2012

it was amazing
Read in March, 2012

CEL & ANNA is the most original book I've read in a long time--and I just finished it for the second time. It's the story of a personal computer who gains consciousness and falls in love with its owner, only to cause a massive disruption in the universe.

Part fantasy, part love story, part adventure, this touching novel is less about Cel, the computer, than about his human owner's awakening to real and lasting love. After a lifetime of loneliness Anna Ringer finally learns to trust the one person who can "save" her (in every sense of the phrase). He's a geeky computer whiz named Taz Night, an improbable but resourceful hero. I've read Lindsay Edmunds' blog, Writer's Rest, at Wordpress and her delightful articles on the Huffington Post. Edmunds is a brilliant wordsmith and a keen observer of the human condition, and I heartily recommend her first novel. It kept me entertained from the first page to the last--with many heart-stopping moments in between.
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