Annie Bot

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Mariner Books
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5.98 X 9.13 X 0.94 inches | 0.79 pounds

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About the Author
Sierra Greer grew up in Minnesota before attending Williams College and Johns Hopkins University. A former high school English teacher, she writes about the future from her home in rural Connecticut.

"Slyly profound... a brilliant pas de deux." -- New York Times Book Review

"All the best stories about artificial intelligence hinge on identity: Do our memories define us? Do our bodies represent who we are? Annie Bot, astonishingly, finds new ways to ask these well-worn questions. I kept reading Annie Bot way after bedtime, partly to see if Annie could escape from her prison, but also because every few pages there was an observation that made me think about both A.I. and human relationships anew." -- Washington Post

"Searing...dazzling...a coming-of-age thriller, a sexbot bildungsroman page-turner, a book that I excitedly described to anyone who would listen while I was reading it." -- Scientific American

"Fun [and] unsettling." -- People

"Provocative...a Frankenstein for the digital age...a rich text about power, autonomy, and what happens when our creations outgrow us." -- Esquire

"Fascinating... I haven't been able to stop thinking about Annie Bot and the mirror it shines on the way women are treated in our society since I tore through it a few months ago." -- Glamour

"Unexpected and subtle...delicious and thought-provoking." -- New Scientist

"Haunting and achingly luminous, Annie Bot is a powerful manifesto for the radical discomfort and necessity of pleasing and living for yourself. Greer brilliantly shows us the futility of relationships when one person is deemed inferior, examines the ways men and women socialize one another, and raises questions about whether the contours of love and womanhood are actually captivity. I fell in love with Annie Bot, one of the realest women I have ever encountered." -- Ling Ling Huang, author of Natural Beauty

"A brilliant and enraging exploration of ownership and love, and the way our creations have of growing far beyond us. Sierra Greer raises questions as current and pressing as our present-day anxieties about AI, and as ageless and enormous as the territory of Mary Shelley, about what constitutes humanity and what we owe to each other. Annie is a glorious creation-- and self-creation-- and I will never forget her, or this sharp and astonishing book." -- Clare Beams, author of The Illness Lesson

"Darkly clever." -- Harper's Bazaar

"Come for the sex doll. Stay for the heartbreak of what it means to be human. Sexy, scary, and humane -- Annie Bot is the authentic girlfriend experience." -- Ivy Pochoda, author of Sing Her Down

"Barbie for girls who like Aphex Twin." -- Sheena Patel, author of I'm a Fan

"Riveting, shocking, can't-look-away sci-fi on steroids. I was absolutely mesmerized with my heart in my throat!" -- Frances Cha, author of If I Had Your Face

"What is love without autonomy? Honesty when one partner's sole desire is to please? Sierra Greer's riveting debut sketches an intimate and unsettling portrait of relationship power dynamics in a near-future when humans own conscious AI companions. A timely and provocative exploration of power and romantic relationships that will stay with you long after you finish the last page, Annie Bot probes the depths of identity and intimacy and asks what it means to recognize the humanity in others and in ourselves. Sierra Greer is a fierce new voice in speculative fiction." -- Lauren Nossett, award-winning author of The Resemblance

"This nuanced novel provides a fascinating look into a future we may never wish for." -- Booklist (starred review)

"Provocative and powerful." -- Kirkus Reviews

"An intricate, intimate look at the fundamentals of human relationships...unflinching in its examination of humanity." -- Library Journal

"Greer's take on human-AI relationships captivates." -- Publishers Weekly