Worse, a robot!
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'It's the kind of book Jane Austen would've written if she'd been male and hipper.'
'It's The Name of the Rose if Sean Connery's character was a conglomeration of self-aware spores instead of a medieval monk.'
'If Virginia Woolf had a younger sister with a passionate interest in icebergs – '
'This book is probably the first introduction to disciplined introspection in over 100 years.'
'A powerful depiction of humanity personified.'
'George has fallen in love with Lucy. A prostitute. Worse, a robot.'
'No leader of modern times was more unique and more uniquely national than Charles de Gaulle.'
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'If Joan London never writes another word, The Good Parents is more than enough.'