Review of Deceptions of Tomorrow by Kumar L.

Title: Deceptions of Tomorrow

Subtitle: Electrifying Tales of Science Fiction: Robots, Black Holes & Time Travel

Author: Kumar L

Book format: Kindle edition (paperback available as well)

Book Length: 62 pages


Electrifying tales of science fiction!
Human rights for robots! Time travel chaos! Black holes at the centre of our galaxy! These stories will entertain you, opening your mind to the possibilities of science and the future.
As Artificial Intelligence evolve with time, will we face a robot revolution? If it becomes possible to travel through time, what will be the result? Will we be able to change the past? And, of course, black holes – those barely understood, never seen, immensely powerful entities – can we harness their power for good or evil?
Understand Asimov’s Three Laws of Robotics, and read stories about the impact of these laws on the society of the future.
These laws aim to protect humans from robots. But what about the rights of the robots and other ‘Artificial Intelligence’ which humans will create in the future? Do they deserve, and should they be eligible for the same rights as humans?
Read on and find out!


Deceptions of Tomorrow: Electrifying Tales of Science Fiction: Robots, Black Holes & Time Travel by Kumar L is collection of 11 short stories.

Reading back to back books of Kumar L has made me a fan of science fictions.

Grandfather’s paradox is shortest of all the 11 stories and is also my favourite.
Other stories also have various aspects of future science such as robots and black holes and galaxies.
The book also talks about the rights of robots and artifical intelligence through its stories.

Overall these stories are humorous and knowledgeable and also interesting to read.

Narration is quite gripping with language being simple and easy to understand.
The book is properly edited as well.

Stories such as End of Time will make you re-think and also Alexia’s Revenge where a robot is under the scanner of law and rights.

Author has created these gem of 11 stories which should be read definitely, and I am just loving this genre of science fiction because of Kumar L.


I will rate it ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Link to buy the book:

Deceptions of Tomorrow by Kumar L. (Kindle edition)

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