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Sentiment, Inc.

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Sentiment, Inc. by Poul William Anderson is a thought-provoking novel that explores the consequences of a future where emotions can be manufactured and sold. The story follows protagonist Jim Hunter as he navigates a world where people can purchase synthetic emotions to enhance their daily lives.

Anderson does a fantastic job of creating a believable and immersive future society, where the line between authenticity and manipulation is blurred. The ethical dilemmas presented in the novel force readers to question the true value of genuine emotions versus artificially induced feelings.

The characters are well-developed and relatable, making it easy for readers to become emotionally invested in their journeys. Anderson's writing is engaging and insightful, drawing readers in from the very first page and keeping them hooked until the final chapter.

Overall, Sentiment, Inc. is a captivating and thought-provoking read that will leave readers reflecting on the nature of emotions and the effects of technology on our lives. Highly recommended for fans of science fiction and dystopian literature.

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The way we feel about another person, or about objects, is often bound up in associations that have no direct connection with the person or object at all. Often, what we call a "change of heart" comes about sheerly from a change in the many associations which make up our present viewpoint. Now, suppose that these associations could be altered artificially, at the option of the person who was in charge of the process.... (from the Blurb )


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