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Rodney demands his sister, Dr. Sarah Holloway, share her Nanotechnology breakthroughs to help him lose two hundred pounds. Sarah refuses him saying that it's too dangerous! Her Nanites are designed to improve women's health and are not for men. Rodney arranges a theft from her lab and procures a dose for himself. He swallows the Nanites and as he loses weight, he also beg Rodney demands his sister, Dr. Sarah Holloway, share her Nanotechnology breakthroughs to help him lose two hundred pounds. Sarah refuses him saying that it's too dangerous! Her Nanites are designed to improve women's health and are not for men. Rodney arranges a theft from her lab and procures a dose for himself. He swallows the Nanites and as he loses weight, he also begins to radically change. After the Nanites make Rodney a perfect specimen, he faces a new set of challenges AS A WOMAN!


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Rodney demands his sister, Dr. Sarah Holloway, share her Nanotechnology breakthroughs to help him lose two hundred pounds. Sarah refuses him saying that it's too dangerous! Her Nanites are designed to improve women's health and are not for men. Rodney arranges a theft from her lab and procures a dose for himself. He swallows the Nanites and as he loses weight, he also beg Rodney demands his sister, Dr. Sarah Holloway, share her Nanotechnology breakthroughs to help him lose two hundred pounds. Sarah refuses him saying that it's too dangerous! Her Nanites are designed to improve women's health and are not for men. Rodney arranges a theft from her lab and procures a dose for himself. He swallows the Nanites and as he loses weight, he also begins to radically change. After the Nanites make Rodney a perfect specimen, he faces a new set of challenges AS A WOMAN!

30 review for Copy. Cure.: A Nanotechnology Adventure

  1. 5 out of 5

    Angel Ludwig

    Interesting premise and mostly engaging story It lacks a really good editor. Lots of grammatical, punctuation, and just plain writing mistakes. The worst is that the author repeatedly repeated the same material (usually maudlin self ‘exploration’ by the main character, then the villain). I found I skipped whole paragraphs at a time. Also, no actual climactic scene. It all just fizzled out. Would love to see this reworked and fleshed out into a full novel.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Crawford

    Most books where a guy is changed into a girl tend to end with the change happening and the guy-now a girl- being happy. Once in while there's a love interest with a guy that develops and that works out. This book is different from those. The main character is Rodney, a very overweight guy who is very, very rich. He also has a lot of phobias and stays away from other people nearly totally. He wants to lose weight but isn't willing to go through what is necessary to bring that about. Another chara Most books where a guy is changed into a girl tend to end with the change happening and the guy-now a girl- being happy. Once in while there's a love interest with a guy that develops and that works out. This book is different from those. The main character is Rodney, a very overweight guy who is very, very rich. He also has a lot of phobias and stays away from other people nearly totally. He wants to lose weight but isn't willing to go through what is necessary to bring that about. Another character is Sarah, his sister, who works for a nanotechnology place. They have developed nanites that can be put into a woman's body. This will check through the women's entire system and cure whatever is wrong with her physically. It will work on her body until she is younger and in perfect healthy. She will stay that way for a long time. Rodney wants to lose weight. His sister, he believes, has the answer. He bribes a worker at the plant to steal some nanintes and takes them himself. What follows is the guy-turns-into-a-beautiful-woman thing but in interesting (and sometimes somewhat gross) details. What is often not covered is what he has to do then, which is to deal with lawyers and doctors, getting his name changed, getting new clothes, etc. His sister is angry at him for what he did but ends up willing to help him out. The problem is that the guy he bribed is a religious fanatic and a heavy drinker. He basically snaps and does something horrible to Julian (Rodney's chosen new name) and from that point out Jullian has to somehow move on. We also find Jullian's way of thinking changes and she wants to help others, something which Rodney wouldn't really think about. It's a good approach to the concept although not everything that happens to Rodney/Jullian is happy by any means.

  3. 4 out of 5

    DJay

    This was an interesting read. Yeah it's a gender-bender, but it's more about mental illness and depression than anything else. The main character is someone who's pulled so far inside of himself that he has one issue after another. All starting from trust issues, all the way down to just manic depression. He's one of the people that compulsively eats, and because he's unhappy with himself he further eats. He's quickly spiraling out of control and even his doctors have told him not to expect to l This was an interesting read. Yeah it's a gender-bender, but it's more about mental illness and depression than anything else. The main character is someone who's pulled so far inside of himself that he has one issue after another. All starting from trust issues, all the way down to just manic depression. He's one of the people that compulsively eats, and because he's unhappy with himself he further eats. He's quickly spiraling out of control and even his doctors have told him not to expect to live long due to his current activities. In his desperation, he steals his sister's nano machines and starts a chain reaction of events that come back to bit him in the ass later. I rather enjoyed this book due to how the main characters progression was shown from beginning to end. As a person who's on a host of medications for depression as well as other things, I could totally understand exactly what Rodney was going through and the want/need to withdraw from society because you're better off alone in you're own private little box where the walls keep you safe. I can say that I'm happy with the way everything turned out in the end for Rodney and I really wish there was a book 2 to this because the way this one ends, it leaves a lot to be explained. If you're not big into A.) gender-bender's, and B.) Depression or C.) you're one of those people who thinks that depression is something you can just get over. I'd advise you to skip this book. It won't be for you at all. If anything it'll anger you because the main character is as much a victim as he is the bad guy.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Donnie Dennison

    A good read I'll start out with what I didn't like... There isn't much but the one thing which is not really my thing is the repeating of info. Like how someone is feeling. It's all repeated several times. However it is explained in a different situation each time so it's not cut and paste. The characters are ready to get to know and the story flows and could almost be believable in the real world. One last note... A 380 pound man it's not a near death weight. I wish the character was bigger. My A good read I'll start out with what I didn't like... There isn't much but the one thing which is not really my thing is the repeating of info. Like how someone is feeling. It's all repeated several times. However it is explained in a different situation each time so it's not cut and paste. The characters are ready to get to know and the story flows and could almost be believable in the real world. One last note... A 380 pound man it's not a near death weight. I wish the character was bigger. My friend was 399 before he lost his weight and was still as healthy as he could be. It would have been a little more believable had the character started out heavier. Overall I really liked it and would recommend it.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Anne Mouse

    A tale of experimental nanobots on a mission Why wouldn't an overweight man use his sister's nanotechnology to slim down? Well the fact that it was designed to work in female bodies might have been a reason, but it didn't stop Rodney from trying it.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Iori

    It was a good read, but it was rather preachy.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Mina Rimehaug

    Great story about what greed will get you. Loved every bit of the story!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Keith

    A new sci-fi classic deserving of Hugo, Nebula and Prometheus awards. Much more than a TG (transgender) genre novel, "Copy. Cure.: A Nanotechnology Adventure" is a new sci-fi classic. I read Robert Heinlan's novel "Friday" shortly after it came in 1982. I haven't read it since, but it made a mark in my mind and I remember it from time to time even 36 years later. I've thought about it. "Copy. Cure.: A Nanotechnology Adventure" has a similar theme, but a vastly different plot, better characters, mu A new sci-fi classic deserving of Hugo, Nebula and Prometheus awards. Much more than a TG (transgender) genre novel, "Copy. Cure.: A Nanotechnology Adventure" is a new sci-fi classic. I read Robert Heinlan's novel "Friday" shortly after it came in 1982. I haven't read it since, but it made a mark in my mind and I remember it from time to time even 36 years later. I've thought about it. "Copy. Cure.: A Nanotechnology Adventure" has a similar theme, but a vastly different plot, better characters, much better character development, and more suspense. I'm not saying that Leslie Moore is a better author than the "Dean of Sci-fi" Robert Heinlan. Heinlan wrote 32 novels, 59 short stories, and 16 collections during his life. What I am saying is I think this book is better than Heinlan's novel "Friday". And "Friday" won a Hugo, Nebula and Prometheus awards for best novel. Now I say all this, I'm not a professor of English Literature, not a writer. I'm just a sci-fi fan with decades of reading. Only problem is there are many authors named Leslie Moore. Which Leslie Moore wrote this? (Note: I give a lot of 4 and 5 star reviews. Reason: I don't review books just plain find not interesting and don't bother to finish. That is because I'm a reader and I feel I can only rate what I like. But this book is not a routine 5 star. This book is a new sci-fi classic. We need to figure out which Leslie Moore wrote this and formally nominate her for the awards I think she deserves. I've never felt so strongly about a new author before.)

  9. 5 out of 5

    Dustin

  10. 4 out of 5

    robert j beard

  11. 4 out of 5

    Elle Riles

  12. 4 out of 5

    Derek Brown

  13. 5 out of 5

    James

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    D Rose

  15. 4 out of 5

    Wayne Owens

  16. 5 out of 5

    David Willett

  17. 4 out of 5

    mMorton Howes

  18. 5 out of 5

    Mrqfox

  19. 4 out of 5

    Eric Silver

  20. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Wetzel

  21. 5 out of 5

    Michael Scott

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    Jerry Heilman

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    Tony Martinez

  24. 4 out of 5

    Michael Cambre

  25. 5 out of 5

    IAN N DENNIS

  26. 5 out of 5

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  27. 4 out of 5

    Teri A Hostetler

  28. 5 out of 5

    Hansen

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sapphire Stevens

  30. 4 out of 5

    Salty

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