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Project: IRIS

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Young computer programmer, Andrew Rogers has made a breakthrough in facial recognition software and human psychology cognition. His accomplishment also brought about a new discovery when the software began to learn and become self-aware. Before Andrew could secure his new project CODENAME: IRIS, the company installed on a prototype computer that can enter living cells and ...more
Kindle Edition, 64 pages
Published April 28th 2019
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Apr 29, 2019 rated it really liked it
M.C. Questgend is a wonderful author, as adept at writing sweet romance as dark thrillers, and equally insightful in exploring crossdressing sissies, transsexual women, and gender-swapped men. Their latest, PROJECT: IRIS, definitely falls under the dark-and-dangerous category, a cautionary science fiction tale of artificial intelligence and body horror.

Not a sequel, but certainly a thematic companion piece to VR-Nica, this is the story of a visionary computer programmer who enjoys the emotional
Aleson Alexander
Oct 10, 2019 rated it really liked it
Coming off of reading MC Gendquest’s sweet romance The T-Girl Experiment, I was surprised to find a sci-fi thriller to also be in their catalog. Many writers stick to one genre, but MC GendQuest is showing us some nice range here, and doing it in style.

Showing us about a possible consequence of ignoring something that even our greatest creators and scientists are warning us about, this story is a fascinating exploration of where that might intersect with the spectrum of sexuality. Think about
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