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Post by tectile » Wed Feb 17, 2016 7:49 pm

Mila 2.0 is a novel by Debra Driza.

This novel is for young adults so there isn't any sexual content.

I'm about half way through the book and it's been an entertaining read so far.

http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/10222362-mila-2-0

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Post by 33cl33 » Thu Feb 18, 2016 1:08 pm

Noticed this one in a book store the other day... wonder if anyone's read these:

http://www.amazon.com/Cinder-Book-One-L ... 45&sr=1-52

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Post by BD » Sat Feb 20, 2016 3:37 am

read all 5 of the lunar chronicles books. The protagonist is a cyborg, and quite some enphasys is put on it since cyborgs are b-class citizens.

In 5 books there's something like 1 reactivation scene and half a malfunction scene, so if you seek them for this, no luck for you. There's the protagonist losing a foot, but just that as far as dismantling goes.

Mostly her robotic half is shown as the ability to access the 'net directly with her brain, and superimpose it on her vision. Also as metallic body parts and gadgets in her hand (knife, flashlight, etc. There's a robotic companion but she gets a "human"-like body only on the second half of book 3.

It's a teenage romance book. A series re-imagining faerie tales in the future. Quite enjoyable if you like teenage romances.

The first book is the best in my opinion, with the second being the worst (aside from basically what amounts to a bestiality love story the protagonist is a whiny idiot that is so self-focused one cannot really relate to her, luckily half of the book is about what happens to Cinder and the prince) the third goes back to being ok, the fourth is so-so (very well written and presented, but the main problem is that the protagonist, the queen, is a rapist megalomaniac psycho and it's a pain to see how her mind works, it really makes you hate her) and the fifth is ok, better than the third but worse than the first.

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