Review for Exotiqa by M. Black

Note: This is *not* a romance, it's a YA science fiction/dystopian read.

Title: EXOTIQA: Divergent meets iRobot
Series: EXOTIQA World Book 1
Author: M. Black
Genre: YA SyFy Dystopian


Set in the year 2055 in British Columbia, Canada, where humans are part robotic and robots are becoming more humanlike, the line dividing the two is becoming less clear. When 16 year old Irish/Vietnamese mix Fione meets Maci, a 21 year old Flexbot who escapes from ImaTech located along the crust of the Coast Mountains, Fione’s life is taken on a roller-coaster ride of events that begins with trying to save Maci from ImaTech Corporation and ends with trying to save the country.


My Review

M. Black's "Exotiqa" is the first tale in the Exotiqa World series. I don't usually read this genre, but this story really hooked me in! This is an interesting dystopian future. Make it a movie! The AIs are well thought out. Feels like Short Circuit for the modern era. I would love to read more by this author. 

4.5 out of 5 stars


M. Black's brand ENTER TOMORROW can be found at http://MBlackDystopianThrillers.blogspot.com and focuses on YA SyFy Dystopias. If you enjoy H.G.Wells, Divergent, The Giver, and Hunger Games then this author is for you!


M. Black is the pen name for Ami Blackwelder, who write paranormals with a side of apocalypse at http://AmiBlackwelder.blogspot.com, and has her BA in English and Montessori teaching degree. Having travelled Asia for ten years and taught, while building up schools from nothing, she returned home in 2010 and has been writing ever since.
Enjoy this unique voice with social relevance, dark and sexy characters, and captivating plots that don't let go until the end. 



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