Audiobook Review: Summer Frost by Blake Crouch

Audiobook Review: Summer Frost by Blake Crouch

Synopsis:
Audible narration by Rosa Salazar (Alita: Battle Angel)
A video game developer becomes obsessed with a willful character in her new project, in a mind-bending exploration of what it means to be human by the New York Times bestselling author of Recursion.

Maxine was made to do one thing: die. Except the minor non-player character in the world Riley is building makes her own impossible decision—veering wildly off course and exploring the boundaries of the map. When the curious Riley extracts her code for closer examination, an emotional relationship develops between them. Soon Riley has all new plans for her spontaneous AI, including bringing Max into the real world. But what if Max has real-world plans of her own?

Blake Crouch’s Summer Frost is part of Forward, a collection of six stories of the near and far future from out-of-this-world authors. Each piece can be read or listened to in a single thought-provoking sitting.

My Review: 
Title: Summer Frost
Author: Blake Crouch
Format: Audio
Narrator: Rosa Salazar
Genre: SciFi, Fantasy
Standalone: yes
Part of a Series: Book 2 of the Forward collection
POV: Riley
Steam Level: clean
5/5

Set some time in the future Summer Frost explores artificial intelligence and what it means to be human. Following Riley’s interactions and growing relationship with Max, a character gone rogue in the video game she helps develop, Summer Frost is a haunting tale of blurred lines and what technology can or may do if left untethered. The lines between humanity and machine blur in this novella that explores the human experience from both internal and external views

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