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Living with a Human-Like Cyborg

Introducing a Science fiction novel that looks at the moral dilemmas between man and cyborgs. Sharon Pepper’s book “Jeremy Q. Taylor and the Cyborg in the Cellar” presents technology’s challenges on humanity in the future.


Losing someone you love is the hardest thing in the world to deal with. It’s a kind of pain that you physically and emotionally feel all over your body and that grief seems so endless. Sharon Pepper’s science-fiction novel “Jeremy Q. Taylor and the Cyborg in the Cellar” takes place in the future, a tale of a sixteen-year-old boy who experiences a sudden change and sorrow upon losing her mother. His father, who witnessed this despair going through by his son, has surprised him with a brother, a cyborg name Addison, who looks like an 18th-year-old boy and well serves as Jeremy’s older brother.

Addison is not just a cyborg; he is almost perfect in every way. His presence alleviates the agony experienced by Jeremy. He feels attached to Addison. Jeremy is again able to show love and compassion, as what his dad wants for him. The invention and design of this particular Cyborg, Addison, help Jeremy and his family explore love, camaraderie, envy, loyalty, personal qualities and value, good defeating evil, the parent-child bond. But there is a plan that the mass-produce cyborg is to be sold to a robotics company. Things get complicated. The possibility of abducting cyborgs creates fear and anger in those who have grown to love Addison.

Sharon Pepper’s understanding of the future is so clear that she can relate this story to readers of all ages. “I think there may be moral dilemmas in the future around robots, clones, cyborgs, and synthetic beings. Will some be treated the same way as humans? Why? What is it that makes us human? Is it our DNA, or do we have something more, a soul, perhaps?

“I wanted to write a book that explores what it means to be human. The book is set around 2035 in Gilroy. Our kids will probably face some exciting challenges around these questions,” the author said.|

“Jeremy Q. Taylor and the Cyborg in the Cellar” is a fun and adventurous story of a teenager and his cyborg brother, Addison.

Book Title: “Jeremy Q. Taylor and the Cyborg in the Cellar”
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Product Dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.33 (d) in.
Pages: 150

About the Author
Sharon grew up in Yorktown Heights, New York, with two rambunctious siblings.  What did she like to do as a child?   “I absolutely loved to read…and always had a book in my hands.  Writing is and has been fun for me, and it’s been a great creative outlet.  Before I start to write, I like to ask questions of myself. For instance, for this book, my main question to be answered was, ‘What does it mean to be human?  Is it just our DNA, or is there something more?’”  Readers will find out, in the end.

Sharon’s professional background includes the marketing, sales, and administration of educational programs/services and materials.

Her education includes an undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Florida.   Additionally, she achieved her MBA from Cal State East Bay, California.

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