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Bone Machine by C.N. James
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Jan 20, 2012

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bookshelves: giveaway-wins, physical-personal-library, dystopia, science-fiction
Read from February 05 to March 04, 2012 — I own a copy

As the quote on the back of the book aptly describes it, the story is indeed a story of horror and deceit. A company has managed to revolutionize life by creating robots that can successfully replace the humans in many jobs creating what might appear as a better work-life balance for many. But there is a secret hidden underneath the veneer of a new world order.

I had originally thought the story was going to be about robots taking over the world, but it was a bit more complex than that. I was pleasantly surprised.

The book needs a heavy editor's hand to fix numerous grammatical and spelling errors, as well as layout concerns. I won this book as a giveaway, so it's likely that the book is in its earliest form. But I would recommend that some real editing be done on it to refine some of the language and smooth any imperfections.

Overall, a pleasant light read.

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