The Immorality Clause

  • by Brian Parker
  • Narrated by Daniel Penz
  • 9 hrs and 24 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Easytown's robotic pleasure clubs are a serial killer's playground.
The futuristic slum in eastern New Orleans is a violent place where any vice can be satisfied - for a price. As long as the taxes are paid and tourists continue to flock to the city, businesses are allowed to operate as they see fit. But a string of violent murders threatens to upset the delicate balance between pleasure and safety.
As homicide detective Zach Forrest tries to unravel the mystery and prevent the next murder, he embarks on a mind-bending investigation that will change his perception of reality forever.


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Awesome AI

In futuristic New Orleans, Easytown clubs are being haunted by a serial killer. But most don't care as long as the tourist still come with the money they bring. All that is but one police detective, Zack Forrest, and even an attempt on his life won't stop him. Zach is like a dog with a bone, he is not going to let go until he has it all figured out, and justice is done.

This is a very interesting book/audiobook with all the Artificial Intelligence (AI) and all the varying types and levels of AI. However, at the same time the author has them very well thought out and realistic in the story, you never once say to yourself, "yeah right", everything seems so real and plausible, and while listing to Daniel Penz narrate the book it is very easy to loose yourself in Easytown as well.
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- Mindjacked

I wish I could give this more than five stars!!

The Immorality Clause is absolutely, by far the best audiobook I have ever listened to! I listen to them during my two hour daily commute, so I get through quite a few each year. The narrator doesn't just read the story, he brings it to life! There's nothing cheesy or cringe worthy about how he does each character. He truly is an expert and brought this novel to life with his talent.

The story itself is an intriguing concept that may not be all that far-fetched. Robots taking over job that humans aren't too thrilled about performing has already begun. The plot is fast paced and the characters, especially Andi, are quite endearing. Not for the feint of heart, there is quite a bit of foul language as well as blood and gore to be found within the pages, but it's all tastefully done and adds to the story rather than detracting. This was the first book by Brian Parker that I've read, but I'm sure it won't be the last.
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- Jennifer L.

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-19-2016
  • Publisher: Muddy Boots Press