The Last Noah
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The Last Noah is the perfect novel for readers who enjoy a fast-moving sci-fi adventure, which also has a surprising plot twist in its final chapter.Robin and Miranda go to bed in their separate rooms, but wake up somewhere else. Somewhere that is alien and way outside their comfort zone. However, as they discover more about their new surroundings and have several unusual and action-packed adventures, they begin to suspect that all may not be as it first seemed. As the days progress, their passion for each other grows as their relationship develops emotionally and physically. However, is someone or something watching them? Why do they keep discovering things which don't feel right? And what's the story behind the various androids who they meet during their adventures? As well as being a fast-moving action and adventure novel, this book touches on several social topics. Covert surveillance; humanity's journey after the extinction of Earth; how AI might develop; and whether humans would, one day, upload their minds into robots (and, if so, what sort of society might result?) As an 'aside' to the plot, there are twenty-one hidden references to well-known science fiction movies and TV shows throughout the book. Challenge yourself - can you find them all? In space, nobody is watching your reality. Or are they?