His Robot Girlfriend by Wesley Allison

His Robot Girlfriend

By Wesley Allison

  • Release Date: 2009-05-11
  • Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Score: 3.5
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Mike Smith's life was crap, living all alone, years after his wife had died and his children had grown up and moved away. Then he saw the commercial for the Daffodil. Far more than other robots, the Daffodil could become anything and everything he wanted it to be. Mike's life is about to change.


  • Awesome!

    By Motley28
    Great read!
  • His Robot Girlfriend

    By Proctorasshole
    What a refreshing futuristic look into the real possibilities of AI in our future. Get your HOT popcorn ready for a seriously interesting read. The author makes you imagine the best possibilities afforded everyone who works and saves money for retirement. Personally I want to keep my present husband but also have someone at home with me while he pursues his hobbies and part time work. Not for sex but cooking and cleaning plus various errands. I would be in heaven. KSW
  • His robot girlfriend

    By TWilliam13
    It was an entertaining sci-fi read. Definitely not heavy reading, however the author told a story that interjected social and technological subjects to get me thinking.
  • In the future, you will order artificial sex slaves from Amazon

    By Reegor
    Ridiculous. Isaac Asimov did humanoid robots much better, 50 years ago. It’s an impossible premise (if such “perfect” robots ever arrive, it will be gradually over decades). There would be huge social disruptions as a result of this technology (again, see Isaac Asimov’s I Robot stories). And it’s also a somewhat sick sexual fantasy, without any actual sex scenes! (A woman whose entire personality is devoted to satisfying her owner, with zero opinions of her own.)
  • Nothing worth the time

    By Cladea
    Honestly, ch.3 is when I started reading it for laughs. No actual conflict though he brings several chances for it. Characters are quite flat, nothing really changes. It seems more like the guys internal fantasy than anything else. It you added actual sex scenes then MAYBE just MAYBE it could have been a nice literodica. As for now it just comes of creepy
  • Boring

    By Volleyball527
    I can't really complain because it was free but nothing eventful happened.
  • His Robot Girlfriend

    By Einsteinll
    The story was very good. I read all the way through and thought it was interesting. However, most of the writing is abstract (telling verses showing). The descriptions of what the robot was wearing was the most imagery used in the story. An example of being too abstract was when they went to the gym and he tried out three machines, but which machines? What were they like? How did it feel being on the machine? It was a great story but the author is telling and not showing.
  • Interesting and Weird

    By Ninjanick65
    A strange read. Very similar to the book I'm writing. I think that Mike should've been a little younger than 50 years old, maybe he should've been 25 years old instead. The grammar was strange at points. This was a disappointing read.
  • What an entailing read

    By Osinger
    The title caught my attention so i picked this book to read as I commute on the bus. It was an easy book to read and kept me interested in wanting to see what happens next. The "surprise" twist in the middle was very clever. I recommend this book especially to nerds like me. I am looking forward to the next in the series. PS
  • Waste of time!

    By Icmdn353
    I really kept waiting for this book to be anything more than it is - just one man expressing his idea of the perfect future. Obviously he thinks the near future involves ordering women online like customized computers. "I'll do anything you want me to, Mike." Seriously? The most interesting part (the imposter robot) took up less than one tenth of the book! On top of being ridiculously brief, it was confusing - if it wasn't supposed to be a real conflict, why include it?! What a waste of time.