by Patrick Quinlan


by Patrick Quinlan



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What if you could be immortal?

And what if the price was to give up everything first, including your very life?

Dr. Susan Jones is about to find out. A robotics scientist out of MIT, Susan is one of the inventors of the Sexbot, the world’s most advanced robot sex toy.

Sexbots combine the cutting edge of robotics, sex dolls, and artificial intelligence into one sensational product. Marketed to the richest of the rich, they’re beautiful, they’re smart, and oh so sexy – so realistic, in fact, that they’re almost more human than humans themselves. Sexbots have made Susan, and the company she works for, Suncoast Cybernetics, vastly wealthy.

But Susan is working on a new project. She and her partner, Martin Wacker, have stumbled upon the key to immortality – which is to download human awareness into intelligent machines. They conduct their first experiments on chimpanzees, and the process works.

Concerned by the ethics of their discovery, Susan and Martin try to delay the project. But Suncoast is eager to move forward with human trials. CEO Howard Neale believes immortality will be worth hundreds of billions of dollars and wants to rush the product to market, while company Chairman James Walsh is dying of cancer and wants to use the technology to save himself.

The company kills Martin and makes it look like a drunk driving accident. Then they send the assassins Mr. Blue and Mr. Green to murder Susan at her home. Just before they kill her, Susan runs to her private lab, and downloads herself into the most intelligent machine she has at hand – Number Nine, the prototype for the ninth generation of Sexbots.

Number Nine is faster, stronger, and more sexual than any human. Now, Susan is Number Nine, dead and yet alive, and on the run. Pursued by Mr. Blue and the militarized security forces of the company, and with a bomb inside her set to go off in 24 hours, Nine must use her smarts, her physical gifts and her sexuality to survive.

Sexbot is fast-paced, sexy, pedal to the metal adventure, with twists, turns and shocking surprises. You may end up reading the whole thing in one sitting. Try this: start at bedtime, stay up very late, and take the next day off from work.

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Praise for Patrick Quinlan:

'A shocking, violent read, jam-packed with action and a cast of incredible characters' -- Independent Weekly (Australia)

'A superb debut. A great crime novel. Brilliant is the word' -- Independent on Sunday

'Packed with adrenalin, violence and an all-too-credible set of New York characters' -- The Times

'Tightly plotted, confidently written and very hip' -- Observer

“Smoked by Patrick Quinlan secures your attention like a rusty nail being driven in your forehead.” - Peter Kettle

“Like a small snowball on a hill it gathers pace and crashes on grabbing you with it to the end... then you think to yourself... hell I wanna do that again.” - WoolyBully

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BN ID: 2940046072761
Publisher: StrawberryBooks
Publication date: 07/29/2014
Series: Sexbot
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 107,153
File size: 454 KB

About the Author

Patrick Quinlan is the author of at least 30 books and ebooks, written under his own name, and three pen names. One of his pen names is the author of more than a dozen popular military/political thrillers, including a USA Today Bestseller.

Books written under Patrick's own name include the crime novels Smoked, The Takedown (renamed The Falling Man for ebook publication), The Drop Off, and The Hit. Smoked made numerous bestseller lists in various parts of the world and was translated into four languages.

His thrillers also include the two books of the Demons Among Us horror series, The Girl Inside the Wall and The Demon. He is also the author the cyberpunk sci-fi novel Sexbot.

Patrick is the co-author, with legendary film actor Rutger Hauer (Blade Runner, Nighthawks, The Hitcher), of Rutger's memoir, All Those Moments. Available in English and Dutch, All Those Moments was a Los Angeles Times bestseller. Patrick is also the co-author, with Elena Nikitina, of Elena's memoir of the First Russian-Chechen War, Girl Taken.

Patrick has been featured or reviewed in major media throughout the world, including the Boston Globe, the New York Times, the London Times, the Daily Mail, Entertainment Weekly, Maine Public Radio, BBC Radio News, and many others.

He divides his time between Maine and Florida.

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