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Made for LoveLiving in a world populated with a whole host of deviant oddballsAs Hazel tries to carve out a new life for herself in this uncharted territory Byron is using the most sophisticated tools at his disposal to find her and bring her home His threats become and sinister and Hazel is forced to take drastic measures in order to find a home of her own and free herself from Byron’s virtual clutches once and for a. I had a bad feeling about this ever since I first read the synopsis that there was the possibility for a lot of interesting strangeness which Nutting delivers but that the idea also just seems a bit cartoony and maybe even dumb This book is funny and sharp but I got a sense of something just sort of thin and not working from the first page; for a long time I was hoping it would go away but it only got worse There are some really interesting ideas here but the whole just didn't work for me

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Y life For over a decade Hazel put up with being veritably uarantined by Byron in the family compound her every movement and vital sign tracked But when he demands to wirelessly connect the two of them via brain chips in a first ever human “mind meld” Hazel decides what was once merely irritating has become unbearable The world she escapes into is a far cry from the dry and clinical bubble she’s been. Seriously You lost me with the dolphins There is no denying that Alissa Nutting is an excellent writer I can't imagine being faced with writing a novel after putting Tampa out into the world eitherthat is one tall order Perhaps she was trying too hard When a book leads with a man living with a blow up doll and that becomes the least uirky part of the story I'm out I finished this but I did not enjoy it 15 stars

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READ ë Made for Love µ Hazel has just moved into a trailer park of senior citizens with her father and Diane—his extremely lifelike sex doll—as her roommates Life with Hazel’s father is strained at best but her only alternative seems even bleaker She’s just run out on her marriage to Byron Gogol CEO and founder of Gogol Industries a monolithic corporatHazel has just moved into a trailer park of senior citizens with her father and Diane his extremely lifelike sex doll as her roommates Life with Hazel’s father is strained at best but her only alternative seems even bleaker She’s just run out on her marriage to Byron Gogol CEO and founder of Gogol Industries a monolithic corporation hell bent on making its products and technologies indispensable in dail. A robot officiated at my wedding said Hazel Let me start therethis is one of those books where if i try to summarize the plot it will sound like the opium dreams of a maniac which i'm fine with for myself but then you might dismiss this book as the opium dreams of a maniac and steer clear of it hence i will try to keep any content related remarks pretty general so no one runs off in fright this is indeed pure crazytown in concept but she wrangles the crazy into a well executed and structured story that for all its flashy weirdness is oddly moving at its widest angle view it's about love love for family romantic love self love love of power and legacy the confusing love for another species the practical and efficient love between a man and a sex doll it's also about technology and the effect of unchecked technology on human connection when it is fetishized over natural experiences; in a cultish corporate community where reliance upon technology was perceived as a personal strength and the degree of one's reliance measured that person's valueit's about one character removing herself from the world of robots and mocrochips and literally embracing the ugly rugged scarred essence of human existence embodied by a man whose handshake was an exfoliant and who is as far away from the sleek singularity as it gets If there was one person in the world who could make someone better at chopping things down with an ax just by having sex with him this was the guyand it's about another character whose sexual preferences take a sudden and unexpected turn leaving him with a longing for a connection impossible to satisfy compared to his needs hazel's father's relationships with sex dolls seems commonplace and simply practical so yeah love technology the loneliness of people who never learned how to experience healthy human connections either through the nature of a sociopathic tinged brain the nurture of an unemotional upbringing Are you sad Mom's dying she askedHer father nodded You know I don't like changeor a clinical approach to life that prioritizes machinelike efficiency over messy humanity it's also pretty damn funny Liver had a lot of smells that seemed automotive in nature so being on her back beneath him Hazel thought about the flat rolling carts mechanics lie down on to slide beneath cars and the sex became a little fun the way it might be fun to roll out from below a vehicle and then roll back under again and againthat's all i feel i should say about this it's a weird little book but weird in a very appealing wayand that cover that's something elseairbrushed majestycome to my blog