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Alex struggles with figuring out what to do with Ada, his new android, before anyone finds out about her. She is not what he expected.

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4.5 stars 4.5/5 Stars Average score of 2 user reviews

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Opening remarks: If you read my review of the first issue you'll know that I was quite taken with it and had high hopes for the second one. Thankfully, this one manages to keep up with my possibly too high expectations and delivers on the goods. Story:We pick up from the end of the first issue, namely Alex trying to adjust to having a personal android. Even though we're only two issues in we have a good feel for his character and his reaction, while both hilarious and expected, feels well-suit...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Can Technology replace Love and Happiness? 0

I'm a sucker for stories that deal with the near future. I like seeing the ideas of advancements in technology and how humans act in the future. This book gives an inside look at these ideas. The art has a soft, dreamy feel to it which works well with the story. The Good: The idea of people like androids produced to better serve humans is a fascinating idea. It allows the reader to think about how he or she would feel about this possibility and how they would benefit or not from owning an andro...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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