Our Jewish Robot Future: A Novel about the Garden of Eden and the Cyborgian Transformation of the Human Race

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ReadHowYouWant.com, Nov 4, 2010 - 364 pages
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Leonard Borman has woven an instant classic with venues ranging from the Garden of Eden to the fields of modern fertility science, says Neal Karlen, author of The Story of Yiddish. Not only has Borman written a brilliantly entertaining, smart, and mindful allegory of faith and existence, he has found that eleventh commandment most of us didn't know was missing; Thou shall not nosh thy brother. With clever bibical subtext and glossary of terms, this book is a must read for anyone curious for an alternative, humorous take on human survival and Jewish family traditions.
 

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User Review  - chockenberry - LibraryThing

To be honest I had a hard time reading this book. The story was not very intriguing and I quit reading it after a very short while. Just not my cup of tea. Read full review

Contents

meeting rabbi merton
1
dueling agendas
17
im in heat
34
we are family
47
the robot rings the chapter SIX should we tell roman?
57
the amusement ride
91
m meets caroline
107
the problem with eating
125
alexander treks to the garden
199
the garden of eden comes into view
217
blue sky blue water
235
Sixteen the ghost sitting and watching
250
the robots return to michigan
261
a very long distance call
277
alexander falls back to earth
294
alexander tells about the serpent
309

the problem with eating continued
139
a reconnect with life
154
the holy language
174
alexander versus wolf winslow
325
Back Cover Material
343
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