JoinWith.Me by MIKE MEIER (Book Review #969)

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Joinwith.Me is a post-apocalyptic science fiction story about Sam and how his life changes when he stumbles upon a website that at first seems to be helpful but then happens to be a completely diverse endeavor. Sam meets a girl that introduces him to a very different world to his. He tries to avoid her and stay away as he is used to a life that has been very lonely and boring.

I enjoyed how the story presents the thought of our dependency on technology and how it affects humanity. Sam’s personality is what I believe pulled the story together. His behavior and progress were interesting to read. He is a disconnected man, for a better word, and the more he understands his flaws and personal issues, the more intriguing the story became.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

I had recently seen a movie like this, where the AI had taken control of the man’s life, and as much as he tried to eliminate her from his life, she just appeared everywhere. It was humorous but also made me wonder how life could be if this really happened to us.

The literature was written well, and the pace of the story kept you intrigued. It was clear to see how much work and thought had been put into the story. The cover design for the book was another example of how the author had cared to present something enjoyable to his audience.

I recommend this story to AI fans and sci-fi readers.

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