5 stars! -ReadersFavorite!
50 years in the future technology has taken over, and the results are...hilarious!
How To Confuse A.I. by Peter Wick is a comedic take on the idea of an A.I.-driven society. Stories or movies based on this idea are always serious and action-oriented. This story threw all that down the drain and stood out from the rest. It is unique and thought-provoking all at the same time. Adam is the most relatable character I have ever come across. I had the same reactions he had to all the insanity that was going on around him. The story has an abundance of plot twists that just kept on coming. I could not stop laughing whenever I came across Tyrell Elon Zuzerzos's name. The play on these names is hilarious. If you want to enjoy a light-hearted comedic story about man versus artificial intelligence, this book is for you. - Luwi Nyakansaila -ReadrersFavorite
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With thousands of copies sold across the Key West series (which is really just two books in various editions), the Special Edition brings together the original novel with prequel short story "The King of the Keys".
"Borders on riveting." - Amazon reader review
Peter Wick brings his comic voice and the "real" history of the 20th Century together in this funny, irreverent book. "Clever, tongue-in-cheek humor" raves ReadersFavorite.com in their 5-star review.
"A book that never overstays its welcome and leaves you wanting a little bit more." - Manhattan Book Review