Access Universe by R.S. Hill (Book Review #473)

Access Universe is a science fiction novel written about Silver Rainwater, a Native American student who participates in a game that tests her moral compass. As she continues to work with the challenges. She notices some crucial things about the system she is facing. The source of everything is an artificial intelligence called Sneeze, which Silvia has to train as Sneeze is not exactly identifying everything correctly.


I found the literature to be particularly strong. The story was told in the first-person narrative. The tale possessed a fast pace throughout the scenes and the characters were described well. The characters did not possess much backstory but were still relatable and the relationships between them were interconnected well.


I found the storyline to be particularly interesting as it was novel. The protagonist’s interest in wanting to change the artificial intelligence and fixing the situation was admirable.


The content did have strong language and the subject matter was very much into advanced technology. Therefore, I believe anyone that enjoys this genre would exceptionally find this book worth reading.


The book begins with a quote from Albert Einstein and I found it very noteworthy. I would like to end the review with this quote:


“I fear the day technology will surpass our human interaction. The world will have a generation of idiots.”


I recommend this book to people that appreciate sci-fi stories and are into artificial intelligence.


Written by Jeyran Main


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