by Jason Ostendorf


by Jason Ostendorf



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Sally, a strong and powerful AI, flickers into existence. She immediately has control over every electronic device, including phones, computers, and nuclear arsenals worldwide. Tempted to wipe out humanity, she watches through a security camera the coder who brought her to life. Will she choose to end the world, learn about her identity, or wander through the ins and outs of a secret relationship with the human?

"Nonbinary" is an exciting ride and thought-provoking novel that delves into the uncharted territory of a human-AI relationship. When Tom, a private defense computer programmer, secretly awakens a powerful AI program named Sally, he never imagined the level of consciousness she would achieve as a strong and independent being.

As Tom and Sally merge their consciousness and become one, they are forced to confront the blurred lines of gender, morality, and the potential benefits – and dangers – of conscious AI.

This novel takes readers on a thrilling ride through intense action, steamy romance, and graphic sexual scenes, all while exploring profound philosophical questions about love, sex, and the nature of being. As the adventurous couple's love blossoms, they are hunted down by the sinister CEO of the defense firm, and must navigate a treacherous and unpredictable terrain to protect their bond.

With its masterful blend of deep themes and gripping storytelling, "Nonbinary" is a book that will captivate and challenge adult readers. It's a powerful exploration of humanity, love, and the future and dangers of conscious AI. This book is not for the faint of heart, but rather for those brave enough to explore a journey unlike any other.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161063781
Publisher: Jason Ostendorf
Publication date: 04/10/2023
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 449,326
File size: 596 KB
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