Bruce McCabe ( kindle PDF ) Skinjob AUTHOR Bruce McCabe



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    Set in the presumably not too distant future SKINJOB centres around a terrorist event in which an adult manufacturer of robotic sex dolls lifelike for the purpose of adult entertainment and little much else sees one of its establishments blown up killing the patrons and staff inside With little to go on the police search video footage via some highly sophisticated 'big brother' CCTV imagery to track the culpritI really

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    My rating 35 5 starsI really liked the idea behind this book and the twists of the story I would recommend it to everyone who looks to read a well written crime mystery bookVery good for a debut

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    Bruce McCabe joins a growing list of authors finding success from self publishing his novel I know I take a very cynical view on self published books; I tend to treat a publishing house as the filter to sift through the slush piles and pulling out the best it has to offer That isn’t to say there isn’t anyth

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    Bruce McCabe was witness to lie de

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    Skinjob is an entertaining techno action thriller written by Australian author Bruce McCabe Initially a self published work Skinjob found its way into the hands of one of London's most prestigious literary agent

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    Set slightly in the future robotics have advanced sufficiently for the construction of lifelike dolls that walk and talk and can be used for sex in brothels called 'dollhouses' The 'dolls' or 'skinjobs' have skin and breasts that are warm and soft to the touch and allow men to indulge in their every sexual fantasy While supporters argue that the dollhouses have resulted in a drop in prostitution and rape the new mega

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    Written by a local Sydney author Skinjob is a confronting novel well worth the readNot my usual choice of novel I completed the read for bookclub when I might otherwise have found the subject matter a bit tough to deal with Religion and feminist politicsare themes which hide just below the surface of sexual politics and

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    Skinjobs are the latest thing in adult entertainment synthetic creations that flawlessly mimic humanity They are starting to replace their organic forebears in the world’s oldest profession When a “dollhouse” is destroyed in an act of terrorism a federal agent and a CCTV operator are drawn into a shadowy conspiracy Who is it t

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    The concept what could happen when robotics advance to the extent that the “world’s oldest profession” can be performed by robots “Skinjobs”? What if the powerful forces of the pornographysex trade industry and the neo conservative Christian right waged an epic battle to sway the hearts and minds of t

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    Skinjob is not the kind of book I'd usually read However I surprised myself by whipping through 34 of Skinjob in a night and finishing it off the next dayBruce's inspiration for the novel came from his own scientific background and his interest in how technology and humanity connect He was invited to a demonstration at an insurance company

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Rotest campaign a bomb goes off in San Francisco TWELVE ARE DEAD Daniel Madsen is one of a new breed of federal agents armed with a gun a badge and a handheld lie detector He’s a fast operator and his instructions are simple find the bomber before he strikes again A NIGH. Bruce McCabe was witness to lie detector technology in use in an insurance agency and he asked himself what if The result was Skinjob he felt it important enough to get this book into the hands of the readers as uickly as possible so he self published He worked really hard to get it into bookshops the book then found its way from person to person ending up in the hands of J K Rowling s agent in England who emailed McCabe and asked to represent him it was then republished by Random House If he can keep up the momentum with books then I see another Dan Brown with millions of books sold as this book is really good I just think he s skirted some issuesA bomb goes off in downtown San Francisco Twelve people are dead But this is no ordinary target This target exists on the fault line where sex and money meetDaniel Madsen is one of a new breed of federal agents armed with a badge a gun and the Bureau s latest technological weapon He s a a fast operator and his instructions are simple find the bomber before he strikes againIn order to understand what is at stake Madsen must plunge into a sleazy unsettling world where reality and fantasy are indistinguishable exploitation is business as usual and the dead hand of corruption reaches all the way to the top There s too much money involved for this investigation to stay privateWhen I spoke to McCabe during one of our breaks he introduced his book to me telling me it was part Dan Brown I advised him that wasn t really a recommendation and hoped it was better than Brown as I hadn t enjoyed his book What I found is that it is definitely better unlike Brown I wasn t struggling to get through it I did find it strange that an Australian would be writing a book set in the US but they are a lot security conscious than we are and if you have a story to tell you need to tell it in the most appropriate locationThe skinjobs of the title are machines which look and almost completely work exactly like humans and are used for sex McCabe s hero talks to a woman who gives us the rundown about sex and howMen are being exposed to so much sex that their whole idea of what constitutes normal has been rewired They start escalating when they hit puberty and they don t stopThis conversation continues until Madsen brings out his lie detector machine when we get a brief examination of the issues behind lie detector technology These few pages six of them are the most in depth we get into these two issues there are examples of sex escalating and examples of lie detector technology in useor not in use as people who are allowed to refuse do but the whole 412 pages hangs around these six pages I felt it was a little long and could have been condensed but I feel that about many books aimed at AmericansSkinjob by Bruce McCabeSkinjob by Bruce McCabeSo what do I like about this bookIt wasn t a compulsive read for me but I certainly didn t struggle If I had to compare books I d be looking towards John GrishamIt is well written and has some important issues we need to address as a societyI m impressed that a new author could be so good so uickly I look forward to his next bookI love the way it was published and how an established agent thought it was good enough to sign up McCabe This gives hope to many new and upcoming authorsOriginally published on my blog

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Skinjob AUTHOR Bruce McCabe

TMARE AWAITS Madsen plunges headlong into a sleazy unsettling world where reality and fantasy are indistinguishable exploitation is business as usual and the web of corruption extends all the way to Washington only to discover the stakes are higher than he could ever imagi. Written by a local Sydney author Skinjob is a confronting novel well worth the readNot my usual choice of novel I completed the read for bookclub when I might otherwise have found the subject matter a bit tough to deal with Religion and feminist politicsare themes which hide just below the surface of sexual politics and techno madnessSo pleased I continued the journey a fast ride through a new world that maynot be so far from reality

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SOCIETY IS DIVIDED Silicon Valley has taken virtual sex to the extreme encouraging men to act out their darkest and most violent sexual fantasies Militant feminists and churches are bitterly opposed Powerful corporations battle for market control In the midst of a fierce p. My rating 35 5 starsI really liked the idea behind this book and the twists of the story I would recommend it to everyone who looks to read a well written crime mystery bookVery good for a debut