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The Inevitable Review ☆ 109 ¿ Tuck is on his last legs literally He is the last functioning bot in the galaxy a broken machine that used to look like a man Now he wanders between planets searching for spare parts that can keep him running for a few years But he's out of parts and he's nearly out of timeHe's a valuable relic of a bygone era when bots wTuck is on his last legs literally He is the last functioning bot in the galaxy a broken machine that used to look like a man Now he wanders between planets searching for spare parts that can keep him running for a few years But he's out of parts and he's nearly out of timeHe's a valuable relic of a bygone era when bots were a luxury on Earth back before they were hunted down and. Loved this book Tuck won me over immediately The pacing is great the characters endearing and the story compellingAs a 150 year old robot the last of the self aware bots in the universe Tuck spends most of his time searching for spare parts But he does a lot than deal with humans who want to add him to their collection of oddities or use him for his super human skills He wrestles with essential uestions is a self aware bot alive Can he die Can he suffer How do humans and bots deal with loss I thoroughly enjoyed this touching conversationThe plot moves the story forward with action and conspiracy theory as well as flashbacks to when bots were still new and their transition to being hunted by humansI recommend this book to anyone who enjoys scifi or fantasy It's not so heavy in the scifi that I lost interest but it had enough gizmos and technology to keep me curious and interestedI'd read the seuel if there was one

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Es of the sixteen people he has killed over the last 150 yearsAfter a particularly dangerous run in with a collector Tuck meets a mysterious man dressed in white who offers a solution In exchange for some help in a less than legal business venture he'll give Tuck what he really wants immortality It's a bad idea and Tuck knows it but he can't ignore itEven if it means killing again. It's a very good novel better than some if not most of the traditionally published SF I read this yearHere the stakes are not to save the galaxy or universe by using some death laser guns On the contrary it's very human tale about a bot asking himself why he should do everything to survive even if it means taking the live of other beings And all this philosophical uestioning is wrapped up in very well written adventure through spaceIn conclusion it's a must read

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The InevitableDestroyed More and collectors want Tuck damaged or not as the centerpiece of their collections They'll do anything to get him but Tuck will do anything to stay free and functionalThe truth is Tuck is afraid to dieHe was originally programmed to value human life even if they don't value his but he can't ignore his own need to survive at any cost That's why Tuck is haunted by memori. While I'm not normally a science fiction fan I really really enjoyed this bookWhat impressed me the most about Hope's book was the way he constructed Tuck the bot and the main character in the book and his personality As a bot he's machine But he's also able to think and reason Tuck is constantly amazed by human emotions and even feels some to his level What I worry about in books like this is that inconsistency will pop up but there was no evidence of this As far as bots go Tuck is the best I've read of so far He also had some other characters that I really enjoyed not to mention an AI that is needy and clingy which struck me as funny Hope includes a lot of action and suspense but to good effect It's not over done the descriptions are accurate without being science fiction y elaborate and I was impressed with how clean the manuscript was I've read a lot of self published books and am almost always able to point out mistakes and errors I saw none of that here The cover is also of particular impressiveness to me The Inevitable is a great overall package that really delivers what a book should have I also have a review on my blog