Ian McEwan loves playing with his reader’s minds. “Machines Like Me” is no exception. It’s the 1980’s, Britain has lost the Falklands War and Alan Turing is creating artificially intelligent robots whose owner can determine it’s personality. Things start to get pretty intense when the robot’s feelings come to the fore.
McEwan poses lots of moral questions for the reader to grapple with. 
Machines Like Me, Ian McEwan, $32.99