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Ryan s Robot is an intricately plotted, descriptive read featuring adult subject matter and complex characters.Kacica successfully combines fan favorite elements of classic science fiction with modern efforts in the field of Artificial Intelligence One of the most enjoyable elements is his exploration of the relationships and interactions between various forms of A.I and humans There are even fun, almost human like moments between the robotic Eva s robotic dog, Aiden, and other forms of A.I Ryan s Robot is an intricately plotted, descriptive read featuring adult subject matter and complex characters.Kacica successfully combines fan favorite elements of classic science fiction with modern efforts in the field of Artificial Intelligence One of the most enjoyable elements is his exploration of the relationships and interactions between various forms of A.I and humans There are even fun, almost human like moments between the robotic Eva s robotic dog, Aiden, and other forms of A.I Both Ryan and his father, Victor, are appealing characters with relatable personal issues It is obvious from his writing style that Kacica devoted a lot of time to creating a unique world for his characters to inhabit The first few chapters feature strong moments of surprising action and suspense, but unfortunately it struggles to maintain the same building momentum Ryan s Robots has many plot twists, but at times the narrative doesn t clearly define or navigate readers through moments of reality from those of fantasy or hallucination The large character count and complicated subplots hurt the novel s pacing While there is a strong sense of mystery surrounding some of the supporting characters, the slow reveal of exposition detracts from better identifying with or understanding certain characters A large majority of the supporting characters are often not what they appear to be Their true nature isdevious and malicious, their actions driven by deeply dark and self serving motives Not a spoiler btw This is most apparent in the machinations of the ruthless Kutter and Victor s boss, Carter Wardlow I can t help but wonder if Ryan s Robot would have better benefited the reader and not felt so overwhelming if it had been broken up and published as different installments I picked up this book because I found the initial premise to be interesting Who doesn t love a good story about robots in a world filled with AI The book began with some suspenseful moments, building up Ryan and his family, all the while introducing this unique, futuristic world.However, what was intriguing quickly became confusing This story is told in a third person POV and I lost track of how many POVs the story was told through There are many characters and just about all of them was the I picked up this book because I found the initial premise to be interesting Who doesn t love a good story about robots in a world filled with AI The book began with some suspenseful moments, building up Ryan and his family, all the while introducing this unique, futuristic world.However, what was intriguing quickly became confusing This story is told in a third person POV and I lost track of how many POVs the story was told through There are many characters and just about all of them was the POV character at one point or another Some chapters jumped from one mind to the next sometimes using scene breaks, sometimes not This made the story jarring to read and confusing to keep track of what was actually going on.I enjoyed the overall theme with so many characters battling inner demons Ryan was depressed and when he and his mother disappeared, Victor, his father, created RyN2 a robot to replace his son out of grief.The tech talk, AI, and the world had a genuine science fiction feel to it which was well done I just had a hard time getting into the story because I didn t care too much for most of the characters I think this is mostly because it s written in the third person and there were too many characters and POVs for me to keep track of.Overall, if you are a fan of the third person POV and you enjoy robots and science fiction, this is a good world to submerge yourself in with an interesting story attached As for me, the number of characters and telling instead of showing was too much for me to keep track of An AI story with a very human heart and a lot of things going on.The premise behind the story immediately put me in mind of the television series Caprica, in that it is about a fantastic technological breakthrough born out of grief That is very relatable to me, especially as a parent It also makes such stories very difficult for me to watch or read, as the father of five teenagers.I found the world of Ryan s Robot to be very compelling It s obvious that the author has done extensive research An AI story with a very human heart and a lot of things going on.The premise behind the story immediately put me in mind of the television series Caprica, in that it is about a fantastic technological breakthrough born out of grief That is very relatable to me, especially as a parent It also makes such stories very difficult for me to watch or read, as the father of five teenagers.I found the world of Ryan s Robot to be very compelling It s obvious that the author has done extensive research into crafting a believable world of Artificial Intelligence AI is tough to do well, and I know almost nothing of it myself, so it s hard to tell which details were culled from cutting edge research and which were not Regardless, the world was well put together and formed a strong background for the story.The characters and the story felt, at times, to be the weaker elements While the voice of the titular robot was unique, it was a bit difficult to follow at times There were a great many POV characters, which made it a little tougher to follow and stick with the main story There are a lot of things happening the story gets a little muddied in the midst of the various plot elements The elements in and of themselves are tried and true genre tropes, but with all the moving parts the narrative tends to drift a bit and doesn t come together well.And its heart, though, I relate to Victor in a lot of ways, and it is his story that has the most appeal It s in there it just gets a little busy at times, which was distracting.I do recommend this one, but for full enjoyment, you may need multiple reads Luckily it is well written enough that this won t really be a chore at all a unique perspective of society and robots living together a dark but well written tale about humans and robots slowly taking over the world and seeing how humans react we focus mainly on out storytelling, Ryan, and how he deals with the robots, and the other characters he interacts with Not only that but we see ryans urge to entertain by doing dangerous stunts, while seeming to have a death wish. Ryan s Robot, the latest novel from Brian Kacica, is a complex, deeply immersive slice of sc fi that thoroughly explores the far reaching implications of AI.Kacica s story revolves around the disappearance of a teenage daredevil Ryan Westbrook and his grieving father s quest to recreate his missing son via a virtual clone RyN2 What follows is an epic tale of love, loss and a touch of time travel fueled by an engaging plot and complex characters who are rarely what they seem.Kacica leans hea Ryan s Robot, the latest novel from Brian Kacica, is a complex, deeply immersive slice of sc fi that thoroughly explores the far reaching implications of AI.Kacica s story revolves around the disappearance of a teenage daredevil Ryan Westbrook and his grieving father s quest to recreate his missing son via a virtual clone RyN2 What follows is an epic tale of love, loss and a touch of time travel fueled by an engaging plot and complex characters who are rarely what they seem.Kacica leans heavily on expository prose for much of the novel, implementing an everything and the kitchen sink approach that, at points, demands concentration skimmers beware and a healthy suspension of disbelief While readers are presented with numerous twists and turns, the narrative is periodically bogged down by both the large cast and a somewhat convoluted plot That being said, Kacica ultimately succeeds in tying together most of the novel s loose threads with a satisfying, action packed third act He writes with a fresh, distinct voice and admirably carves out new territory in what has become an increasingly crowded genre While Ryan s Robot may initially test your patience, Kacica s latest work ultimately pays off.Recommended for fans of modern, forward thinking science fiction This story attempts to blend science fiction and suspense together to create a narrative that gradually and epically weaves multiple plotlines into one colossal finale however, instead of creating many subplots that should inevitably fit together like a puzzle, they instead feel dry and incomplete leaving readers instead with an anticlimactic and depleted ending While the subplots of the many different are certainly interesting, bringing up topicspowerful than simply AI s coming into rea This story attempts to blend science fiction and suspense together to create a narrative that gradually and epically weaves multiple plotlines into one colossal finale however, instead of creating many subplots that should inevitably fit together like a puzzle, they instead feel dry and incomplete leaving readers instead with an anticlimactic and depleted ending While the subplots of the many different are certainly interesting, bringing up topicspowerful than simply AI s coming into reality but of a world not entirely ready to accept them, they could ve been so muchwith a littledevelopment and personality There was a lack of emotion, even when discussing rather emotional topics, and it feltlike reading a textbook than a fictional novel There were so many great parts of Kacica s story of Ryan and RyN2,significant than robotics or futuristic possibilities, but of the human condition and how people of all backgrounds try to make sense and find meaning or happiness in this world, and readers would ve undoubtedly seenof this and felt itprofoundly if the dialogue was just a littledeveloped Ryans Robot Is a story that has a lot going on and plenty of characters At times it could be hard to follow along with and I found myself going back a few times to get some of the characters straight Still, the overall story is well told, and despite the science fiction, time travel, plot twists, etc the story is really about depression and dealing with the loss of a loved one, which is something we all know too well and can relate.This book also takes a fascinating look at a possible future Ryans Robot Is a story that has a lot going on and plenty of characters At times it could be hard to follow along with and I found myself going back a few times to get some of the characters straight Still, the overall story is well told, and despite the science fiction, time travel, plot twists, etc the story is really about depression and dealing with the loss of a loved one, which is something we all know too well and can relate.This book also takes a fascinating look at a possible future Many of the robots and devices in this book are nearly on the horizon, and I believe many of these things will be our reality someday The character s actions and reactions are equally as believable.This book features an entirely original story that s very fresh with ideas I recommend this book to anyone who likes stories with lots of plot twists about artificial intelligence, time travel, depression, and loss Ryan is a bored fifteen year old in a sleepy coastal town, desperate for his next adrenaline rush When his mother, Claire, is caught in a riptide, Ryan gets in the water to save her Neither return to shore Their disappearance intertwine with the artificial intelligence work of Ryan s father, Victor Victor doesn t cope well with the loss of his family and creates a robot to replace his son He is obsessed with making the robot as humanly perfect as possible Victor gives RyN2 all the memories Ryan is a bored fifteen year old in a sleepy coastal town, desperate for his next adrenaline rush When his mother, Claire, is caught in a riptide, Ryan gets in the water to save her Neither return to shore Their disappearance intertwine with the artificial intelligence work of Ryan s father, Victor Victor doesn t cope well with the loss of his family and creates a robot to replace his son He is obsessed with making the robot as humanly perfect as possible Victor gives RyN2 all the memories he has of his son, turning the robot into a mechanical clone of his son All of Victor s attempts to recreate his family doesn t actually bring them back Life doesn t go back to normal like he hopes Instead, it gets even worse The voice of Ryan s Robot may be a struggle for some readers as Brian Kacica relies on telling instead of showing There arecharacters than necessary, making the plot heavy with confusing additions it doesn t need Overall, the premise is really unique and enjoyable, especially as readers get into the latter half of the novel (FREE DOWNLOAD) Ö Ryan's Robot ⚛ Ryan is a young thrill seeker a clever, yet depressed illusionist, who turns his dark thoughts into fuel that drives his desire to entertain His stunts are death defying, and attract large crowds But when his mother is pulled into a riptide and swallowed up by the ocean, the world becomes too dark for fancy tricksThe loss of his mother crushes him, forcing him to step out of the limelightRyan vanishes He s assumed dead, while Victor, his father, the world s leading expert in artificial intelligence, forges on After building an army of human like robots for Wardlow Technologies, he creates an artificial son in the exact likeness of RyanRyN is a secret to the world Creating replicas of humans is a no noBut Victor has big plans for RyN Things look promising, until he s struck by a van during an attempted kidnapping, leaving him in a comaMeanwhile, Ryan exorcises his demons and returns It doesn t take the magician long to discover he s been replaced by the android The weight of the situation forces him to prove his self worth and enter the stage once again Ryan proclaims he will pull off the biggest event in magic historyBut in order for him to complete the act, he needs to reach far beyond the realm of magic Ryan needs to make his doppelg nger disappear forever Ryan s Robot by Brian Kacica is a well thought out world, bringing science fiction and AI to a relatable reality One thought I had while reading is the future of A.I technology and how it has grown so much We may not have a life like robot like Ava walking around But we do have robots cleaning streets and cars can park themselves We have seen movies about things like this, and one day this might actually be our reality What Kacica does is bring that concept to reality by using relatable Ryan s Robot by Brian Kacica is a well thought out world, bringing science fiction and AI to a relatable reality One thought I had while reading is the future of A.I technology and how it has grown so much We may not have a life like robot like Ava walking around But we do have robots cleaning streets and cars can park themselves We have seen movies about things like this, and one day this might actually be our reality What Kacica does is bring that concept to reality by using relatable things like politics, crime mobsters , and family together.What this book also does is discuss the concept of depression and how it effects families and the people suffering Ryan is depressed His parents have a hard time handling it and the only thing they can think of is medicating their son Ryan turns to magic and thrill seeking as his way of coping When his mother drowns, he disappears and his father, Victor, is left alone to grieve and in turn becomes depressed himself The only thing he can do is try to recreate Ryan in the form of a robot, RyN2, with the technology he created at his job at Wardlow Technologies The concept of coping and grieving the loss of a loved is strong throughout the book That s what forces Victor to do the things he does.Kacica was able to create a world of characters and settings that are real and relatable At some points, the story line gets confusing as to how these characters fit together, but as you continue on it begins to all make sense Every character has a reason for being there and the back stories are well thought out.I recommend this book to anyone who likes science fiction and A.I