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Susan gets a life-like robot (lifebot) after her husband dies. Nick needs a lifebot to support his lucrative life of crime. Steve wants a beautiful lifebot partner to bring up his kids while he womanises. Tom, whose job has now been automated, starts a life on Universal Basic Income. Single-mum Kelly is offered a ‘council lifebot’ as an alternative to having her child taken into care.
Their lives intertwine as a story; examples of life some twenty-five years from now. Robots increasingly take on human jobs and life-like robots, with their artificial intelligence (AI), are everywhere in work and home life; meanwhile parliament debates the pros and cons, furiously passing laws to control the negative consequences.
This novel portrays the lives of ordinary people, where loving and caring relationships can exist between lifebots and people living together. With sprinklings of jealousy, aggression, sex and crime, a compelling story is told that will appeal to everybody.