The Personifid Project R.E. Bartlett The Personifid Project In the future technology has advanced to the point that people can transfer their consciousness into artificial bodies so called personifids thus living forever Aphra discovers plans to use the pers
  • Title: The Personifid Project
  • Author: R.E. Bartlett
  • ISBN: 9781591858065
  • Page: 340
  • Format: Paperback
The Personifid Project R.E. BartlettIn the future, technology has advanced to the point that people can transfer their consciousness into artificial bodies, so called personifids thus living forever Aphra discovers plans to use the personifid technology to eliminate the ability for these transferred humans to choose between good and evil The corporation touts it as the ultimate evolution of human moralitIn the future, technology has advanced to the point that people can transfer their consciousness into artificial bodies, so called personifids thus living forever Aphra discovers plans to use the personifid technology to eliminate the ability for these transferred humans to choose between good and evil The corporation touts it as the ultimate evolution of human morality, but Aphra knows it s a tool to dominate all mankind The corporation wants her silenced Assassins, human and machine, close in Only an outcast couple people who still hold to an ancient, outlawed faith have the knowledge and the courage to come to her rescue Can they prevent this great evil, or will the explosives lodged in Aphra s arm destroy them all before they have the chance
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  1. This is one of those books depicting an alternate reality with objects and terms you re just supposed to understand without any explanation I hate that Like a luminire I never did figure out what that is supposed to be It seems to be the future, after something catastrophic has happened to make it life threatening to be outside possibly This is also never explained The plot is sort of interesting, but completely full of holes that are never filled And thenddenly Christian overtones I have no ide [...]

  2. R.E Bartlett s The Personifid Project has a fascinating world Technology has advanced to the point that many of today s realities are distant memories The story effectively highlights an extreme form of the breakdown of human interaction due to technology, through a combination of robots, androids and artificial intelligences forming at least half the cast Human characters are few in number, which adds to the effect Not everything is explained why the seas are gone, for example This makes the wo [...]

  3. Welcome to the future Robots and androids mingle with humans Sky cars are the leading form of transportation And the perennial obsession for longevity has created a technology so advanced that humans can now transfer their souls into artificial bodies, or personifids The ultimate cure A way to live forever But what if Sevig Empire Corporation, the leading manufacturer of personifid bodies, has developed a way to control them And what if one woman holds the coveted key to launch the project, but [...]

  4. This book Tackles moral questions raised by our ever changing Society,Technology and Enviroment.In this futureistic world Earth has become a desert with very little water and huge dome covered cities.Technology has advanced to the point that people can now have their souls placed in robotic bodies known as Personifieds But if you give up your body are you still human What rights do you have when your mind can be programed Bartlett fully imerses the reader in her vision of the future and her litt [...]

  5. It s not every day you stumble across a great book I found this jewel in a local Half Price Books and fell in love with the story after consuming a mere 30 pages The Personifid Project is a must read for sci fi fans A superb story teller and writer, R.E Bartlett grabs hold and drags the reader through a dark tale filled with horrors of a dystopian future.

  6. Stopped reading after 60 pages Some of the writing and dialogue felt awkward, just enough to distract me and cause my interest to fade.

  7. A futuristic science fiction read that combines mind bending technology with Christian values Great stuff

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