Matthew Matter

Child's Play

The book starts off in a futuristic world using terminology that is slightly hard to follow. Throughout the book the main character is explaining the new world but the core of the book is his attempts to save his marriage. His wife does not like to use the new world technology and wants the basic family. Even though he is not ready for it he proposes the use of "cyber children" where they pick the life line and main characteristics  of a child to see how they would handle children. The main character is pleased because he feels he had delayed having the real children, however, they did not pay attention to the warning label with the cyber children. There are many unexpected turns and you feel sorry for them both once you start getting through to the end. The book starts off confusing at first but does bring you in near the end, an okay read for the first time readers with this author.

Catlin Kaff


  1. dear author I can not find your book in amazon, b&n, or goodreads??

  2. so if you get the books on any site let me know and i will promo the book more then


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