The Traveler's Companion

The Traveler s Companion After the death of his wife Dr Ryan Iverson turned love into a weapon His creation Angela is an android that fools her targets into falling helplessly in love with her As deputy director of science

  • Title: The Traveler's Companion
  • Author: Christopher John Chater
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 426
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • After the death of his wife, Dr Ryan Iverson turned love into a weapon His creation, Angela, is an android that fools her targets into falling helplessly in love with her As deputy director of science and technology at the CIA, his mission is to use Angela to seduce and destroy internationally wanted playboy and illicit travel book writer C.C Go His series of books,ThAfter the death of his wife, Dr Ryan Iverson turned love into a weapon His creation, Angela, is an android that fools her targets into falling helplessly in love with her As deputy director of science and technology at the CIA, his mission is to use Angela to seduce and destroy internationally wanted playboy and illicit travel book writer C.C Go His series of books,The Traveler s Companion, is an infamous guide for wealthy hedonists to indulge their every whim The newest edition, however, only has one destination the Zone, a place where mind creates matter, where the sick can be healed with a thought, and where a man s fantasies are made manifest Dr Iverson may be the only one who understands the potential dangers in a place C.C Go calls the womb of creation reality doesn t stand a chance.

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    1. This was a very interesting concept for a novel, and Chris Chater definitely pulled it off. The characters were so realistic and lovable. I really enjoyed this book!

    2. Often when I read science fiction I tend to read the classics like, H.G.Wells, or Arthur C. Clarke. There is something about their style and storytelling that I find enduring and even attractive. Many modern writers have too much street talk for my tastes. I prefer things to be written in full, not a collection of abbreviations.There are, however, two recent authors whose work I have read and loved. They are O.C. Heaton with his Human Race and Ernest Cline’s fantastic geek porn Ready Player On [...]

    3. After reading this book and the author's other work, Omegasphere, please consider me a lifelong fan of Christopher John Chater.The book effortlessly blends exciting fiction with humor, engaging characters, and an incredible sense of awe and intrigue at every turn.Like Omegashpere, I don't think the story quite nails the ending, but everything proceeding it is pretty bang-on.Can't wait to read the author's other books.

    4. Decently written science fiction in the vein of Lem's Solaris. Some parts get a little long winded but over all it is a nice way to spend an afternoon in the sun.

    5. Pretty early on in this book, one of the characters postulates that God exists, and announces that he's going to prove it using M Theory.There are some complicated topics around quantum physics discussed in this book, but I didn't once feel out of my depth - even though quantum physics is a subject that normally confuses the stuffing out of me! I think that's because the author researched his topic extremely well (or he's a physicist himself), and he's extremely good at explaining things in laym [...]

    6. This was a well written sci-fi book with in depth characters and interesting concept. However reading the blurb about the book, a Doctor who creates a fembot to seduce men I thought it would be more about an IA and her target. However it's more about the Zone and what you can find and do there. The book focuses more on Dr Iverson, which isn't a bad thing it's just not what I was expecting. It was a good book and the concepts are thought provoking but I read to escape for a while and I didn't get [...]

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