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Eye Candy Hot new release Premiere science fiction from the mind of Top seller Ryan Schneider award winning author of The Go Kids series Imagine a world in which air pollution is a thing of the past cheap

  • Title: Eye Candy
  • Author: Ryan Schneider
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 320
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Eye Candy By Ryan Schneider, Hot new release Premiere science fiction from the mind of Top 20 seller Ryan Schneider, award winning author of The Go Kids series.Imagine a world in which air pollution is a thing of the past, cheap renewable energy is commonplace, and robotics is a daily reality as ubiquitous as mobile phones are to us today.In the future people still go to work and to the gym andHot new release Premiere science fiction from the mind of Top 20 seller Ryan Schneider, award winning author of The Go Kids series.Imagine a world in which air pollution is a thing of the past, cheap renewable energy is commonplace, and robotics is a daily reality as ubiquitous as mobile phones are to us today.In the future people still go to work and to the gym and to the sports bar to watch Monday Night Football They still take the kids to school and pick them up in the afternoon and have to figure out what s for dinner And they still fall in love and dream of living happily ever after.Eye Candy is a story about all this and It is a story about what it means to be a human being, with characters so real you feel like you know them.In this near future Los Angeles, roboticist Danny Olivaw finds himself on a blind date with a beautiful robopsychologist named Candy But the next day, strange things begin to happen Little do they know what fate has in store for them Brilliantly conceived and executed with delicate precision, Eye Candy is a complex, endearing tale for mature readers that s as fast paced and uplifting as it is fun.

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    1. Err, wow I just What the hell did I just read And why So, the first half of this book reads like mediocre fanfic until the first big reveal Also, FAOD, this entire review is full of spoilers The big reveal is, like, super obvious It seemed obvious to me a couple of chapters in, and to be clear, I don t normally get twists early.Then the latter half starts slowly and rapidly devolves into crazy town The apparent big bad is called Les Grossman and, yes, he acts, just like Les Grossman from Topic T [...]

    2. I m a sucker for scifi, but I ve made that abundantly clear in my recent posts.Ryan Schneider captures an idyllic future with smart crosswalks and robots that seemingly feel, as well as be involved in almost every part of our lives It s a future with promise, beautiful woman, clean cities, and robot psychologists Eye Candy starts laying down the groundwork, establishing the Three Laws of Robotics created by Isaac Asimov A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human bei [...]

    3. Generally the phrase refreshingly traditional is an oxymoron Most things that are traditional are not refreshing, i.e they ve been overdone Such is not the case with EYE CANDY, which works as a highly effective extension of the future first envisioned by Issac Asimov in his Robot Series The world portrayed my Mister Schneider is a logical next step in the evolution of the literary robot The Three Laws of Robotics exist and are still adhered to, but robots are becoming and human like with each, [...]

    4. When I started reading Eye Candy at the beginning it seemed to me like a love story and nothing However, because of my geeky nature I continued to read because of the robots and soon enough as the story revealed itself I realized how wrong I was This book is so much .It raises a lot of interesting questions and provides even interesting answers and concepts It gives material for a lot of thinking on our nature as human beings, our decisions, our future and so much , that I had to wait than a [...]

    5. Despite really enjoying this whilst reading it, it had far too much of the unresolved nonsensical nature of a drug dreamed fanfic to be truly plausible I enjoyed the Asimov homages of course, and the ethics and technology was intriguing, but as a whole I did feel the work let down slightly by a lack of cohesion, structure and sense.

    6. This is one of those times that I too wish goodread s rating system offered 1 2 stars because while the story was just okay to me, it was well written enough to deserve a little than 2 stars My biggest problem with the story was basically the last half of the book from Chapter 28 on I couldn t stand where the story went view spoiler I kept hoping that the author would change things up, bring back the Danny he had created in the first half of the book, but instead we get a Danny no one in their [...]

    7. The novel takes its time in building the story, and for the first eighty pages or so its not readily clear where the author plans to take us Its at this point some readers would be tempted to put this one down, however I encourage you to keep going forward For its within those first pages where you will also find those passages like the one below, that make you stop and take a second look at what s being said These are what makes one curious about the author s take on the world, and it is for th [...]

    8. A Humorous Take on AsimovWelcome to Los Angeles 2047, a world in which robots have taken over many of the supportive roles in society, provoking anger, hatred and social tension This is the setting for Schneider s fast talking, fast moving, in the groove sci fi thriller I enjoyed the read very much, in spite of the fact it might have benefited from a tougher copy editing I simply laughed my socks off in places For example the patter between waiter and diners and chef in a restaurant where waiter [...]

    9. NOTE This book deserves 4 1 2 starsWhen is a robot not a robot but almost a human When and how can the 3 robotic laws be broken or disregarded In the future will we be able to tell who is human and who is a robot Mr Schneider writes a good story exploring these questions and He has written a story with turns and twists than a mountain road Just when you think you know what is going on he turns the story another direction The only reason I gave it 4 and 1 2 stars was because it bogged down for [...]

    10. Asimov meets PK Dick meets who s a great romance author Or a mystery one Ryan Schneider s book somehow manages to combine all these elements into a seamless near future tale, where robots and humans co exist harmoniously or do they Throw in the mix a surprisingly astute exploration of what it means to be human, as many twists and turns as you can imagine, and you have Eye Candy As great a sci fi read as I ve had the pleasure of reading lately

    11. A very enjoyable read Set in the future where robots are a part of every day life, the story starts out as a romance then moves to fast paced mystery with many twists and turns The last few chapters are definitely worth the wait.

    12. I m not really sure what to say about this book I thoroughly enjoyed it though If you re a fan of Isaac Asimov, you ll enjoy this book as well.

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