An Android's Soul

Rated 5.00/5 based on 6 reviews
This short story is about an android who like a human is on a quest to discover if he has a spirit and soul. The android is a metaphor for any human being who has ever asked do I have a spirit? Do I have a soul? And what is the difference between the two? At its core, the android asks what constitutes a human being? There is a whole universe waiting and it's there inside of you. More

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About Vito Veii

Like any good kozmic dreamer I came, I saw, I learnt, I created, and I moved on.

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LoraineT reviewed on Sep. 2, 2015

True scifi at its best.
I enjoyed this very much.
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Laconic reviewed on Aug. 29, 2015

Thoroughly enjoyed this. Questions are raised in this short piece and I too will be reading the authors other works.
Great piece of writing.
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ChrisWalker reviewed on Aug. 24, 2015

This is the first story I've read since joining Smashwords today. Didn't I pick a winner! Great little story and I see it's an extract from a larger work. The author now has me hooked into reading the whole series.
Well done!
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Kevin Lokten reviewed on May 27, 2015

A very interesting and thought provoking read.
I enjoyed this very much.
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A. D. Nance reviewed on July 14, 2014

The discussion of 'I' was fascinating. The interaction of heart and mind is key to being human. The questions raised in this story and the treatment of it is great cerebral reading. Great job Vito. I will look up more of you. Highly recommended for thoughtful readers everywhere.
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Linda Arditto reviewed on Feb. 28, 2014

This is a brilliantly written psychological conversation with a wonderful religious philosophy. (Well that's how I would describe it).
Vito has taken us places we may never enter without this little 'push'.
It was an absolute pleasure to read even though when I reached the end I did say "Oh NO!"
Highly recommended.
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