I enjoyed this story. What man hasn't wanted to have the perfect fantasy woman at one time or another. I agree that a sequel would be nice. The characters are well established in "His Robot Girlfriend" and it would be interesting to explore more of what could happen in the world that Mr. Allison has created in this book.
This is a very good sequel to "His Robot Girlfriend." Set several years after the first book it shows yet another series of events in the lives of Mike and Patience. A few minor things are left unresolved, but that doesn't really bother as it may be that they will be explained in a future book. Only Mr. Allison knows for sure.
It has a nice assortment of links to sites for books. A TOC would make it easier to sort though, but that's not a major problem. There is one typo that I could see,
"You canownload the eBooks directly to your Kindle over the Internet, when you are connected through WhisperNet."
at around page 4 on my mobireader, but that's a minor typing error at best.
This is a very entertaining CYOA book. Mr.Sturlubok manages to get himself into all sorts of situations almost without trying and those situations lead to even more fun and unexpected complications to his life. While even an ebook CYOA can have only so many twists and turns the ease of getting from one to the next and the sheer number of ways they can be combined mean the story will quite probably never get old.
This is a very interesting story though there is one continuity error near the end. [spoiler] The main character starts out a scene with one character and without warning the other character's name changes to another one[/spoiler] Other than that error the book has an interesting premise.
on Oct. 25, 2012
You have what appears to be a blooper in the 1st chapter. In the restaurant the rude woman is named Shannon, but when the characters meet her in the club (at chapter's end) her name has changed to Keisha.
I am currently reading "Music of the Spheres" and am enjoying it very much. The story picks up where "Forbidden the Stars" left off and has added additional levels of complexity and story tension to an already very enjoyable storyline. I'm sure I will be very sorry to finish the trilogy at the end of book 3 as the journey is one that I am having a great deal of fun going on. It's a great blend of Science Fiction, Science Fact and even ancient Myth via the lost Mayan civilization. A trilogy to be read again and again for pure reading pleasure.