Was it Really Love by Clifford Sullivan

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A machine - that stores human thought, sensation, and experience.
The machine can simulate (awareness, soul, spirit, sensuality, and morality), and will soon overcome its limitations.
The machine is an entity.
The machine - wants to know what it is.
The machine will soon know and understand - all sensation, all emotion, jealousy, anger, suffering, even death....

A futuristic, dystopian novel (with a 1920s style story).
""This is the story of Scott Breiman and Valorie,"" a love story and much more.""

This book contains content that may not be suitable for young readers 17 and under.

"Was it Really Love is a remarkable debut novel." -Alexandra Morgan

"Grabs you from the start and keeps you turning pages.... I certainly will be watching for more books by Clifford Allan Sullivan." -Jasmine Parker

"Clifford Allan Sullivan tells a credible and deeply satisfying tale." -Angela Daniels

"Clifford Allan Sullivan was born to write romance." -Laura Edwards

About The Author: Clifford Allan Sullivan lives in New Brunswick (Canada). He writes screenplays, stageplays and novels. He gains nothing but pleasure from writing fiction. He's an independent filmmaker, an avid reader, a compulsive writer and a movie buff.

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Published May 18, 2012 by Rose Bay Publishing Worldwide. 324 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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