Android Paradox Audiobook Cover

Android Paradox Audiobook Cover

The Android Winter is Coming…

4.5 out of 5 stars

Meet X, an android that is a special agent tasked with finding rogue androids that are becoming more and more frequent.  His human partner, Shortcut is there to keep both of them safe.  Follow these two as they are trying to figure out what these rogue androids mean when they are saying “the Android Winter is Coming.”

Android Paradox was read by Erik Johnson who reads it in a dramatization and changes his voice to fit each new character.  His inflection and voice were a welcome addition to this novel.  The quality is also great, only a few times did I notice a volume fluctuation (usually only for a few seconds).  Johnson is a great narrator with a great voice and I will be looking for more of his work.  His narration of this book did add a lot to it, especially the style that he chose to use.

I made quick work of this book at only 4 hours or so for the audiobook — I finished it in 2 short sittings.  The story is face paced but thorough.  La Ronn does a great job describing characters and explaining their motives in such a short book.  The story ended with a feeling of openness.  There are a lot of places that La Ronn can go from here.

Overall, with all of the AI fiction I’ve been reading lately, I was worried that a book this short wouldn’t hold up, but this was good.  Reminded me a bit of I, Robot.  A great fast-paced technothriller.

Book Description:

Android Paradox Audiobook Cover

When two equally intelligent androids face off against each other, who wins?

The year is 2300. Humans and androids live in peace after a devastating singularity and years of war.

Xandifer “X” Crenshaw is a special agent android for the United Earth Alliance. His job is to track down rogue androids and destroy them to keep the world safe.

When another android agent goes maverick and starts a killing spree, the fallout could shatter the alliance between humans and androids forever. X hunts him down, but what seems like a simple operation turns weird fast when X discovers that he’s up against something far more sinister that is just as intelligent as him. And whatever it is, is also holds the key to X’s forgotten past.

The future belongs to humans and androids…or is that a paradox?


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