Girl Electric: Twin Falls

Girl Electric: Twin Falls

by Bernard Wozny
Girl Electric: Twin Falls

Girl Electric: Twin Falls

by Bernard Wozny



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Beware of your next injection...

High school student Adara Banks suffers a drowning accident while white water rafting. William Banks, her estranged father, attempts to revive her from coma by injecting her with stolen nanotechnology.

This military-grade nanotech attaches to her nervous system. The swarming nanobots inside her body, interconnect and carry Artificial Intelligence, which enable intelligent control of the living body.

William Banks programs the autonomous AI to mimic his daughter.
Controlling a human body is one thing.
Adara's high-tech shadow must learn how to be a human, but also, how to be Adara Banks.

What could possibly go wrong?

A must-read for any intelligence, artificial or otherwise

Product Details

BN ID: 2940165860218
Publisher: Bernard Wozny
Publication date: 04/01/2022
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: eBook
File size: 407 KB

About the Author

Bernard Wozny is a new addition to the literary world. He brings fresh ideas to challenge the mind while portraying the story in a clean, stimulating manner.
American born, and British educated. After his misspent youth, Bernard attained a Bachelor's degree in electronics and computer engineering from the University of Bradford, West Yorkshire, UK. During this time he also set up the prototype web site for the National Science and Media Museum in Bradford. After traveling the world on a high flying career developing digital TV technology, Bernard now lives in California. He divides his time between writing and doing odd jobs.
Primarily writing Science Fiction and actively promoting the Girl Electric series of novels. These books can also be as Speculative Fiction, or Science Thriller! This is because it is set in the modern day (no spaceships or aliens) it is a parable on what is possible to happen with the progress of human technology.

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