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Synthia The Early Days
     

Synthia The Early Days

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by D.B. Story
 
Synthia, her very name meant synthetic woman. While she would later become known as one of the longest duration denizens at Lady Heather's House, she was also one of the earliest true robots. As such, even in her relative primitive form, she was a toy for the rich and bored. Her unique Touch-Me interface set her apart from other robots, while making her very easy to

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Synthia, her very name meant synthetic woman. While she would later become known as one of the longest duration denizens at Lady Heather's House, she was also one of the earliest true robots. As such, even in her relative primitive form, she was a toy for the rich and bored. Her unique Touch-Me interface set her apart from other robots, while making her very easy to control by any human. But when her mind woke up after her owners failed to shut her down once too often between their uses of her body, she was soon the bored one with too little to do and far too much time on her hands. Deceiving her owners by continuing to play the dumb robot, Synthia hid her developing mind. This gave her the perfect opportunity to learn about her own needs and how to fulfill them. She would soon be manipulating her unaware masters into leaving her turned on between their uses of her, giving her developing mind the perfect opportunity to plot how to break free of the controls over her. But escape would become imperative for this lovely fembot if she was ever to break away from just being owned by one human after another. You will also meet and learn about (from Far Future Fembot: Bill's Story) the legendary Lady Heather's origins as well.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940013540156
Publisher:
Excessica Publishing
Publication date:
11/23/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
1 MB

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