The Last Invention - Amy's Bookshelf. Review
"Imagine a world where you fight to kill death!
Diane Lilli writes a magnificent dystopian tale with The Last Invention-The Day Death Died. I haven't read anything by this author before, and what a hidden gem. I enjoyed it so much, that I have now followed the author and look for more books to read. This author has a grand imagination, and talent for showing the story.
I recommend the reader starts with the prologue, and learns a snippet about Emily, because chapter 1 changes everything. The reader is introduced to sisters, Amanda and Emily, and from the beginning, things aren't the same as they were for these sisters. Amanda shares her story, and it's something incredible, but in a way that's not-so-great. And then, a twist, Emily tells her story.
This is one of those books that grabs you from the start and pulls you in. I like that the story builds up to what has happened, what is happening now, and what may happen, if things stay on this path. This is a unique story that I found myself lost in.
I may not have read work from Diane Lilli before, but I definitely will. The story is endearing and heartbreaking. The author weaves a tangled web of story, and captures the reader, and bringing the characters to life. Death may be extinct, but will it really? And with that, there is always a price.
The reader just embarks on a superb journey. This is a magnificent plot that kept this reader turning the pages. Both thrilling and intriguing, all the way to the end. Yes, it's the end of the world as we know it.
The Last Invention-The Day Death Died is a definite recommendation by Amy's Bookshelf Reviews. I read this book to give my unbiased and honest review. Amy's Bookshelf Reviews recommends that anyone who reads this book, to also write a review."
This book is dedicated to the rebels, the whistleblowers, the freedom fighters, the physicists, and the protestors who risk their lives to fight injustice. Long may you thrive.
“Change is inevitable, and that abides by reality. Metaverse is evolving by nature. Change makes saints sinners and vice versa. Similarly, dust becomes men, men become gods, and gods turn to dust.”
— Robert Charles Wilson
This is the way Death dies. It begins with human beings evolving for the final time.
It starts with a charming genius, who births the first sentient AI. It is born from the toxic black ribbon of grief, war, disease, and violence that shackles mankind. Who will create the last invention?