Where are the Zombies?
by Kar Lee
Publisher: Smashwords 2010
Number of pages: 251
Is there afterlife? What is the purpose of our existence? Can computers and robots be conscious, and wake up one day to ask this very same question? This book is an intriguing exploration on the nature of the conscious mind.
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