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The second book from the author of A Kind of Spark, with Neurodivergent characters you'll root for and a moving friendship at its heart.

When Cora's brother drags her along to his boss' house, she doesn't expect to strike up a friendship with Adrien, son of the intimidating CEO of Pomegranate Technologies. As she becomes part of Adrien's life, she is also drawn into the mysterious projects at Pomegranate.

At first, she's intrigued by them - Pomegranate is using AI to recreate real people in hologram form. As she digs deeper, however, she uncovers darker secrets.... 

Cora knows she must unravel their plans, but can she fight to make her voice heard, whilst never losing sight of herself?

©2021 Elle McNicoll (P)2021 Audible, Ltd

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A pleasure to listen to.

Having read the book, I was so pleased to see the audio version available and wasted no time buying and listening.
As the best audio does, this adds an extra dimension, extra magical sparkle to a very clever story. The youthful narration brings to life Cora and Adrian's adventure in the world of AI (Artificial Intelligence) being created by the Pomegranate Institute.
The fact that both lead characters are ND (neurodivergent), rightly isn't the real story here, nor is it dwelt on, (though it is relevant to the plot). For me, it is who they are. Or who we are, may be, or may become. It is also about choice and respect.
As an avid reader, who happens to be autistic, I love a story that is brought to life for me and carries me along. The audio does that also.
No spoilers. The book was brilliant and the audio was every bit as good.

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Extraordinary story of friendship

Show Us Who You Are is an unusual but heart warming story of two outcasts who find common ground and form an unshakeable bond. This extraordinary tale covers topics including autism, identity, artificial intelligence, greed and rejection. Despite the slightly stretched Black Mirror dystopian storyline it manages to stay on the side of believability and has a powerful moral message.with strong characters.

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Brilliant

Such a great story, brilliantly narrated bringing the characters to life.
Listened to this in about 2 days and was disappointed it came to an end

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Beautiful

Another beautiful look into a neurodivergents world. Excellent performance. I find these books heart warming and comforting.

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Great

Surprised by this book and loved the story. Narrator pleasant and finished in a day

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Terrific tale Elle McNicoll

I listened to this book on a cycle ride and was gripped throughout. The characterisation was superb and the story moved along swiftly. It was great to hear a neurodivergent voice and super that the reader is neurodivergemt as well. For fans of A kind of spark (e McNicoll) and Northern lights by Philip Pullman.

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brilliant story and great narration

really great story, it gripped me and I finished the book in a week which is very unlike me! Really enjoyed the neutodiversity element to the story and appreciated how the characters were portrayed.

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Not as good as her other books

This story was definitely not as good as her other two, of which I enjoyed the first the most and the third second. This was a bit repetitive and predictable and I think there were some holes in the story.

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The best children’s author offering neurodiverse perspectives

What starts as a story as charming as A Kind of Spark turns in to a work of speculative fiction that ask all sorts of questions from eugenics to grief.

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Brilliant, awesome and really good

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Amazing

It blew me away. I did not expect to love this as much as I ended up loving.