Sunrise Alley, Volume 1

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Baen Pub. Enterprises, 2004 - Fiction - 309 pages
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When the shipwrecked stranger washed up, nearly drowned, on the beach near research scientist Samantha Bryton's home, she was unaware that he was something more than human: an experiment conducted by Charon, a notorious criminal and practitioner of illegal robotics and android research. The man said his name was Turner Pascal-but Pascal was dead, killed in a car wreck. Charon is experimenting with copying the minds of humans into android brains, implanted in human bodies to escape detection, and plans to make his own army of slaves that will follow his orders without question. Samatha and Turner quickly found themselves on the run across the country, pursued by the most ruthless criminal of the twenty-first century. In desperation, Samatha decided to seek help from Sunrise Alley, an underground organization of AIs and androids that had gone rogue. But these cybernetic outlaws were rumored to have their own hidden agenda, not necessarily congruent with humanity's welfare, and Samatha hoped that her only hope would not prove a forlorn one. . . .

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I don't care what everyone else says-I enjoyed this book. Sunrise Alley by Catherine Asaro I picked this e-book up in the kindle version- probably from the publisher-I don't see it on Amazon. I'm ... Read full review

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When a half-naked shipwrecked man washes up on her beach, scientist Samantha Bryton has no idea what sort of rabbit hole she's about to plunge down - international conspiracies, transforming biomechs ... Read full review

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