Lenni Reviews: “Made in Korea” by Jeremy Holt & George Schall


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*This book was given to me in exchange for an honest review.

In a future where there’s some cause to less children being born, Proxys have been invented to fill the void. When an American couple adopts Jessie, a 9 year old Proxy, they have no idea a Korean man named Chul who works with AI has snuck something unique in Jessie’s code.

This graphic novel starts off strong but then it tries to do too many things at once. This covers the ‘what does it mean to be human’ question that most AI plots go for but that part needed more development. Everything felt like it smashed together in the end. Even though I did enjoy reading it and I think if you like AI future stories, it won’t be something you regret reading. It’s pretty ok. 3.6 out of 5. 

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