by Greg Dragon

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His android is the perfect woman. Making her human could destroy his life...

Brad Barkley has never been lucky in love. Tired of searching for the girl of his dreams, the robotics student engineers her instead. His obsession not only makes her beautiful and innocent but artificially intelligent as well...

Tricia is learning all she can to be human, but understanding the irrational human mind can overload her circuits. When her creator volunteers for a shady drug trial to pay for enhancements to her humanity, his behavior takes a sharp turn for the bizarre.

Now Brad's only chance of survival is the android he built from scratch. Can she provide the human touch necessary to save her creator's life?

Re-wired is a thrilling standalone sci-fi cyberpunk novel. If you like high-stakes tension, sleek robotics, and mind-bending plot twists, then you'll love Greg Dragon's fresh new take on a timeless subject.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158925481
Publisher: Thirsty Bird Prod.
Publication date: 12/31/2017
Series: Wired for Love , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 151
Sales rank: 183,626
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Greg Dragon brings a fresh perspective to fiction by telling human stories of life, love and relationships in a science fiction setting. This unconventional author spins his celestial scenes from an imagination nurtured from being an avid reader himself. His exposure to multiple cultures, multiple religions, martial arts, and travel lends a unique dynamic to his stories. You can enjoy excerpts from his work by visiting his website at

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Re-Wired 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Interesting view on AI. I got a little lost with Brad's hallucinations but Tricia well done for an AI. This is going to be a big topic in the future. Possibly already is.
DaUgh More than 1 year ago
really enjoyed this story. good writing and character development for 120 pages. worth reading
Crystal61 More than 1 year ago
There were plenty of twists to this story, and I did not want to stop listening. Brad is lonely and makes an android. Tricia is so real, others cannot tell that she is not human. The emotional ups and downs, and the wondering which way will it go kept my attention. I felt sorry for both Tricia and Brad as the story played out, and the ending caught me off guard. I really liked this story. I received a gift of this audiobook, and this is my unsolicited review.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Roy T. James for Readers' Favorite Re-Wired by Greg Dragon tells the story of Brad Barkley, a student busy with creating his new android, Tricia. His only break is a few exchanges with his college mate, Mika, with whom he is unsuccessful in making a romantic connection. Tricia, in the meantime, is slowly coming to life, connecting herself to the internet, recharging herself with the laws extant on robotics, and becoming more alive. In order to meet the expenses of completing Tricia and her costly skin to make his robot as close to a human as feasible, Brad agrees to take part in a drug testing program of a mysterious drug, Lightning, which can alter one's reality. He also gets arrested for mechanophilia, improper relations between a human and a robot, giving Tricia the opportunity of coming to the rescue of her creator. Re-Wired by Greg Dragon, while providing the reader with a great literary feast, asks some basic questions in the realm of Artificial Intelligence. The legal validity of creating a robot to be appropriated as one's partner; whether considering robots as another species of life is acceptable; causing death to a robot (of course, this involves mechanical dismantling) as a recognizable offense; and the possibility of robots getting a new attribute, such as amorousness are some of the rather hazy topics the story handles. The main character, the nerd who is always unlucky with women, reminds me of my college days, especially of the studious ones amongst us. Greg Dragon has a fertile imagination and, together with an easy flowing narration, has produced a very good read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ok syqIEN :) i am a girl. Lol. We be best friends? SISTAS! Lol sorry. So ya