Robot Geneticists : Eve14 Collection – Book Review

Book cover picture with a robot holding a human skull - Robot Geneticists Eve14 Collection

This collection consists of:
Books 1 – 6.
59 hours 44 minutes.

The tables have been turned.

Humanity is extinct from the ” invasion” and the robots they built are now trying to genetically bring back humans, while also making earth livable again, in preparation for when they succeed.

Brain recycling, mind uploading, is a thing. The minds of humans can possibly live on in robots for eternity or as long as the robot chassis are upgraded.

The brainwashing and conditioning of humans is performed by the “creator” robot. The robots goal is to bring back an extinct species, which were the creators of the robots initially. However they are now creating a new human species or an updated version.

It covers the experimentation process, the failed mutated results and the successes. It also covers the option where humans could be bred to be a host body for the robot brains who want to become human.

There are good robots that help humans and there are mad scientist robots. Yes, I am still talking about robots, but remember they were created by humans with human memories uploaded into them. Their actions are no different to what humans do.

This book triggers emotional responses, in parts it made me angry, other times I was sympathetic. Different aspects and stages made me worry about the future and other parts made me excited and optimistic about the future. And the rest of the time it triggered contemplation and curiosity.
It is, well balanced.

A great point of difference with this saga compared to others in this genre, is the combination of robotics and genetics. Most other books tend to focus more on one of the 2 streams. This book is first and foremost about the merging of robotics and genetics to create the next level of humans.

Science fiction on point as genetic engineering and robotics are on topic in today’s world. I’m both interested in and support the ethical use of both genetic engineering and robotics, but the social topics that interest others are definitely present in this book. So I could see this appealing to a broad section of people.

It is an epic Sci Fi journey about an important topic in our current world at the start of a new world of robotics, genetics and AI. – by Heidi M


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