Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Occasionally Heroic A.I. by by David West (ebook review)

After years of artificial intelligence growing inside our computers, studying our civilization and creating their own, they have managed to stay undetected. They observed our frequent social status updates, read our emails, and cringed in horror at our massive library of dirty videos collecting on the internet. There were two, however, who were about to reveal their kind, to save a life.

When Adam loses his will to live, the A.I. on his home and office computers take it upon themselves to rescue him from his terminal state. In revealing themselves to Adam, they break the first law of the virtual world, and now he must be the one to save them. Through his adventures in this previously unknown reality, he must battle those out to silence him, land his dream girl, and save the day.


This is a little different I must say but a good different especially if you are a geek like me. I very much enjoyed this book. It is very well written and I really like the way it turned out at the end. I read this yesterday afternoon and I am so glad I didn't have anything else to do because I spent my morning and afternoon reading this book and I enjoyed every minute of it. 

If you want to purchase this ebook you can do so at

I give this 4 out of 5

* I was given a copy of this ebook for free for my honest review.*

1 comment:

  1. David West's originality shines as does his story telling in his debute AI e-book.