An Unnatural Life (2020)

“Four thousand civilians,” he repeats. “And 3,702 robotnici. And one of them is requesting an appeal.”

The cybernetic organism known as 812-3 is in prison, convicted of murdering a human worker but he claims that he didn’t do it. With the evidence stacked against him, his lawyer Aiya Ritsehrer must determine grounds for an appeal and uncover the true facts of the case.


“Thematic questions about humanity, artificial life, and created community are woven into tight scenes and pointed prose.”

Library Journal

An Unnatural Life will appeal to the philosopher within its audience, those who want to cozy up and consider a lightly challenging moral and ethical dilemma.”