Wild Concept by C. S. Boyack

A review of a book I have on my TBR list by C.S. Boyack

My train of thoughts on...


My rating:  5  of  5  stars

(by Amazon)

Lisa Burton is a new kind of robot. Built in the concept lab, she will be dismantled at the end of the experiment.

Lisa is a bit naive when she starts her new life, but soon learns to fit into modern society.

She gets assigned to the Hudson Police Department to study how she reacts to pressure, stress, and the everyday world. Hudson PD assigns her to a homicide case to catch the Escort Executioner.

When the escorts start showing up dismembered, she decides not to conclude her own experiment. She takes off on her own adventure to turn the tables on her creators.

Genre(s):  Urban Science Fiction  [this is my (Karen’s) invention, derived from the categorisation ‘Urban Fantasy’]

Length:  296 pages


“…I have a reward for you. When we get home, you’re going to get a…

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