Book Reviews of Virtual Girl (Ace science fiction)

Virtual Girl (Ace science fiction)
Virtual Girl - Ace science fiction
Author: Amy Thomson
ISBN-13: 9780441865000
ISBN-10: 0441865003
Publication Date: 8/1993
Pages: 248
Rating:
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4 stars, based on 10 ratings
Publisher: Ace Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Maggie is a sentient being, a product of a virtual reality program that is extremely illegal in the near future. Arnold, her creator, and Maggie get separated during a violent incident and Maggie is forced to fend for herself and learn what it is to be her own person.

A light, fun read.
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Story of a robot in a girl body and how she moves from self aware to self reliant
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There is a sweet twist in the plot. I liked the book.
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I found this book a little dry. But the premise is interesting and the beginning was a realistic approach to how an android might really feel upon first having a body.
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An interesting read. Main character definitely grows through-out the story. From naïve and completely dependent to adult. Interesting how a computer can be naïve.