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The Mother Code What It Means To Be Human And A Mother Is Put To The Test In Carole Stivers Debut Novel Set In A World That Is Chilling And Precarious Than EverThe Year Is When A Deadly Non Viral Agent Intended For Biowarfare Spreads Out Of Control, Scientists Must Scramble To Ensure The Survival Of The Human Race They Turn To Their Last Resort, A Plan To Place Genetically Engineered Children Inside The Cocoons Of Large Scale Robots To Be Incubated, Birthed, And Raised By Machines But There Is Yet One Hope Of Preserving The Human Order An Intelligence Programmed Into These Machines That Renders Each Unique In Its Own Right The Mother Code Kai Is Born In America S Desert Southwest, His Only Companion His Robot Mother, Rho Z Equipped With The Knowledge And Motivations Of A Human Mother, Rho Z Raises Kai And Teaches Him How To Survive But As Children Like Kai Come Of Age, Their Mothers Transform Too In Ways That Were Never Predicted When Government Survivors Decide That The Mothers Must Be Destroyed, Kai Must Make A Choice Will He Break The Bond He Shares With Rho Z Or Will He Fight To Save The Only Parent He Has Ever Known In A Future That Could Be Our Own, The Mother Code Explores What Truly Makes Us Human And The Tenuous Nature Of The Boundaries Between Us And The Machines We Create


About the Author: Carole Stivers

Carole Stivers is a Silicon Valley biochemist whose home genre is science fiction Her near future science fiction novel The Mother Code is on track for publication by Berkley Books Penguin Random House in May 2020 It has already been sold in countries around the world, including the UK, Germany, France, Holland, Spain, and Brazil And, it was recently optioned for film by Steven Spielberg s Amblin Entertainment.In addition to her passion for science fiction, Carole has been a life long fan of mystery starting as a child reading Nancy Drew, graduating to Agatha Christie and Ellery Queen, and later to John Grisham and Scott Turow A good mystery is not too far a cry from a good work of science fiction Both deal with intricate human relationships, strained by extraordinary circumstances, Stivers says And if the mystery includes a twist of science, all the better Yearly visits to the California coast s many monarch butterfly refuges, coupled with multiple trips to New Orleans before and after Katrina, suggested the perfect plot and setting for her mystery story The Butterfly Garden, a tale of clashing social values and long simmering animosities, stirred in the wake of a devastating storm.



10 thoughts on “The Mother Code

  1. says:

    New week, New BookTube Video all about the best and worst literary apocalypses to live through And of course, I couldn t resist including this gorgeous book in another video Hey all I ve read my way through 200 books to bring you this Booktube Video all about the Best 2020 Books so far this year The Written ReviewIf all of this is true, then you are asking me to solve a monumental problemA man made pandemic is released in 2049 and the world is absolutely re New week,


  2. says:

    Get ready to flip pages and encounter a quiet disturbing mash up of two intriguing subgenres Genetic mutation and fatal disease When bioterror knocks on your door, you cannot easily run away So buckle up and join this thrilling sci fi adventure I have to warn you before you jump in without your swimsuits, you gotta have some technical knowledge about the bioweapons, how they function, what changed with their operation skills throughout the years not to keep in the dark So I


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    But now everything had changed He d have to learn, all over again, how this world worked. The Mother Code was a challenging read for me Stivers is a Silicon Valley biochemist and, I have to say, this book feels like it was written by a Silicon Valley biochemist Which I know will be a huge plus for many readers But, unfortunately, some of the jargon went straight over my head and a couple of times I did pause and wonder if I should continue Still, I m glad I did.From the blurb, I


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    Chalk it up to bad timing I was so excited to read this book since I first heard about it Then came Covid 19 I d put this book off long enough and knew I had to try But honestly it was a struggle to read about a biological agent that can spread and kill No matter how dissimilar the book was to our reality, at that point my anxiety was spiking and I knew it was impossible to find any enjoyment going forward.I m an RN seeing this virus close up and personal everyday No matter how muc Chalk


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    A young child knows Mother as a smelled skin, a halo of light, a strength in the arms, a voice that trembles with feeling Later the child wakes and discovers this mother and adds facts to impressions, and historical understanding to facts Annie Dillard, An American Childhood.It all begins with a bioweapon named IC NAN that is deployed in the Middle East to kill pesky terrorists hiding in rugged terrain It works.It is supposed to be strategic and controllable It is not.Nature has the fin A young


  6. says:

    A huge fan of Science Fiction, I was looking forward to The Mother Code unfortunately, the terminology used in this novel was a bit beyond me as I don t know all that much about biowarfare, bioweapons, bioterrorism and genetic mutation Though the premise truly intrigued me ensuring the human race, the execution went over my head and I realized that I am the wrong reader for this novel This was a buddy read with Kaceey.Thank you to Elisha at Penguin Publishing Group for the arc.Published o A huge fan o


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    Wow, The Mother Code was a bit frightening to read right now both because it includes a pandemic and because it felt so real I m not a regular reader of science fiction, so some of the technology and terminology was a little beyond me, but that didn t keep me from being engaged in the story In the future, the children are engineered and have robots for mothers It s thought provoking and well paced Overall, I m grateful I gave sci fi a try with this one and would definitely readfrom Wow, The Mother Code was a


  8. says:

    The Mother Code is an extremely clever and addictive post apocalyptic drama, exploring parental relationships and our increasing reliance on technology a thought provoking, atmospheric narrative that keeps you immersed throughout.The end of human existence as we know it has been done many times in literature Carole Stivers manages to put a new twist on it, presenting us with a multi layered emotionally resonant story featuring a group of characters both human and machine, setting them agains The Mother Code is an e


  9. says:

    This book was not what I was expecting It was a bittechnical than I expected and I wasn t really able to follow along very well I think people who areinto science fiction would be a better audience than myself I wasn t sure on some terms and felt that I couldn t follow along enough to finish the book.


  10. says:

    Actual Rating 2.5 starsThe Mother Code has some interesting ideas, but the execution ismessy I can definitely see why the film rights were snapped up This could easily be a blockbuster film, but as a novel it isn t great This is a apocalyptic novel about robots designed to birth and raise the last human babies after a biological weapon goes very wrong Like I said, the idea and basic plot are really interesting However, the structure and tone of the book are strange Initially we go betw Actual Rating 2.5 starsThe Mother Code has


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