Book Review: Auto by David Wailing – 5*

Auto gives a thrilling and fascinating insight into the gadget driven, networking world that we are building, where humans no longer communicate with each other, but to each other Auto coverthrough their automated devices. This is a world where all our movements, purchases, and our most intimate secrets are stored online, to be shared with our friend Circles by automated software, so that there is a total removal of privacy. But someone is out to corrupt and destroy this autoed world.

There are various strands to the story which are excitingly and satisfyingly tied together by the end, and what an intriguing ending. I’m looking forward to the next instalment, especially to read more of Detective Sergeant Yvonne Young—ooh she makes my spine creep.

Loved the book, but I won’t be investing in an Auto. Frightening, intrusive bits of technology.

Original, witty, and entertaining, this is a book I highly recommend to all readers.

Available at Amazon


About georgehamilton

George Hamilton likes to know what’s going on around the world, to delve into the customs and practices of different cultures, and this is often a feature of his novels. His tales are based on people's intense personal or family dramas, with major social or political events strongly impacting their story. In addition to World Literature, he also writes multi-genre novels which include: Historical, Suspense/Thriller, and Contemporary. He currently lives in London, England.
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