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Gods of the Machines

By Gary Starta

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“I would recommend this book to anyone who loves science fiction and thrillers or mysteries! ”
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“Starta’s writing style is fluid and precise.”
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“Characters that you love, hate, or really make you think. ”
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This book was fantastic! Right from the first sentence I was sucked in and by the end if the first chapter I was totally invested! This author writes great sci-if and this one has a thriller side to it! The story was original and the character development is impeccable! You really felt something for the characters. The setting was an alien planet settled by humans and androids, the creatively of the story and the author’s vision of the surroundings were well written and easy to picture in your mind. The book was so well written in fact that I had a very hard time guessing who then villain was (and I am usually really good at that!) With what happened in the end, completely through me for a loop! I would recommend this book to anyone who loves science fiction and thrillers or mysteries! I really enjoyed it so much and will definitely read more books by this author!


Author Gary Starta

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Gary Starta is a former journalist who studied English and Journalism at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst.
His love for science fiction compelled him to write his first novel ‘ What Are You Made Of? ‘ published in 2006. Inspired by Isaac Asimov, the science fiction novel focuses on intelligent artificial life and whether sentient androids should possess the same rights as humans. The androids in Starta’s novel are created as hybrids – part machine, part human – further blurring the line between human and machine. Starta foresees a near future where humans will be forced to decide if intelligent machinery is indeed a life form. Possibly, in this near future, some humans will possess computer enhancements to overcome disabilities becoming hybrids themselves.

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