The Love Machine: The Erobotica Series (Novella One)

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Rated 4.00/5 based on 5 reviews
"Frankenstein" meets "Looking for Mr. Goodbar" in this first novella of The Erobotica Series by Robyn McCoy.

This virgin Mary, a mentally gifted but socially awkward young woman, tries to literally make love. The lover she makes gives her the physical thrills she'd always been denied, but he comes with some manufacturer defects. More
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Review by: Peter Grantham on Jan. 23, 2014 :
'The Love Machine' is a very well-written novella.

Because the story did not take place in a 'futuristic' setting I found it difficult to believe that two people could make such a complex machine. Though the writing was so strong that the implausibility of the AI didn't concern me very much.
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Review by: hrhsophia on July 25, 2012 :
Interesting take on the whole creating a man theory. A good read.
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Review by: Karen on Sep. 25, 2011 :
I dont care for violent scenes (books, TV, movies.) When she programmed the robot, I just knew something would go wrong. She's human, he's a robot. And it happened. I was grossed out but I felt for the humans. The ending was exceptional for all involved - even the robot. I was FASCINATED with the story. Yes, I read it 3 times! I deleted the story from my reader because it was a bit violent for my taste. Even now, months later, I still remember the story! Now THAT tells you how good a story this is!
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Review by: Nuala Breckenridge on Dec. 12, 2010 :
I agree, it is a strong and very interesting modern take on Frankenstein; it's also very surprising. I actually cried when I got to the end of the story.
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Review by: Doug Pardee on March 15, 2010 :
A strong and interesting modern take on Frankenstein. If the description sounds interesting, I think you'll like this short story a lot.

A dinged it one star for not knowing when to stop. The denouement stretches into an epilogue that lets much of the power of the story drain away.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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