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Blog Tour Review - Service Model by Adrian Tchaikovsky

Blog Tour Review - Service Model by Adrian Tchaikovsky To fix the world they first must break it further. Humanity is a dying breed, utterly reliant on artificial labor and service. When a domesticated robot gets a nasty little idea downloaded into their core programming, they murder their owner. The robot then discovers they can also do something else they never did before: run away. After fleeing the household, they enter a wider world they never knew existed, where the age-old hierarchy of humans at the top is disintegrating, and a robot ecosystem devoted to human wellbeing is finding a new purpose. There is so much to love in Service Model, but one of the things I most love about it is the peculiar blend of charming innocence and insightful cynicism. Uncharles the domestic robot is such a simple soul (though he would state that he has no soul and this is an inaccurate description). He approaches the end of the world with optimism and hope, or whatever equivalent to these emotions h

Six for Sunday

Good morning,

Yes, I'm afraid to say I gave up on Blogmas. It was just getting too much, and I've realised the nonsensical side to launching a brand new blog with daily updates at a busy time of year.

I managed twelve days of it though, which is something.

I'm keeping the blog going though, and I've got plans for next year already, with a design overhaul and a new challenge.

Today is Steph's Six for Sunday challenge.

This week's theme is Books from 2017 you’d recommend

  1. Ink by Alice Broadway
  2. The Scarecrow Queen by Melinda Salisbury
  3. A Conjuring of Light by V E Schwab
  4. It Only Happens in the Movies by Holly Bourne
  5. Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman
  6. One of Us is Lying by Karen M McManus.
Why don't you join in and tell me what books from 2017 you'd recommend? If you fancy doing it on Twitter please don't forget the hashtag #SixForSunday



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