PositiveNew York Journal of Books\" There have been however relatively few books that attempt to explore the issues of human-robotic sex in an organized, scientific fashion. Turned On by Kate Devlin attempts to fill that void and does so admirably ... The text is rigorously scientific, at least to the extent that this topic has to date been researched ... This book will not be for everyone. Whether a reader is repulsed or titillated by the concept of mechanical sex, it is present in 2019 and will only become more prevalent and sophisticated. Those willing to look at the human sexual condition and how it may be affected by the emergence of mechanical sex partners will find a fascinatingly deep dive into this subject in Turned On.\
PositiveNew York Journal of BooksKessler knows her subject well having covered the gig economy as a senior writer at Fast Company and managed startup coverage at Mashable. It is a book presumably written by a Millennial author for Millennial and Gen Z readers who will find it relevant and interesting. Novice tech readers may be challenged by the book’s dive into personal and corporate technology issues and will likely find it dense. Technology companies and startups such as Mechanical Turk, Deliveroo, UpWork, GIN and Managed by Q will be entities outside of their knowledge base. Many such readers would probably not read the book, but it might make a good gift to a tech savvy 20 or 30 year old.