My latest kindle book was Immortal Coil by Jeffrey Lang. It's the first in a series of books about Data, the android of Star Trek. I read it out of order, having already read the Cold Equations series that describes Data's resurrection after his death, and The Light Fantastic which is about Data bringing his 'daughter' back to life (Dualism and the Light Fantastic).
Here's a blurb about Immortal Coil ...
He is perhaps the ultimate human achievement: a sentient artificial life-form -- self-aware, self-determining, possessing a mind and body far surpassing that of his makers, and imbued with the potential to evolve beyond the scope of his programming. Created by one of the most brilliant and eccentric intellects the Federation has ever known, the android Data has always believed he was unique, the one true fulfillment of a dream to create children of the mind. But is he? Investigating the mysterious destruction of a new android created by Starfleet, Data and the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise™ uncover startling secrets stretching back to the galaxy's dim past. That knowledge is coveted by beings who will stop at nothing to control it, and will force Data to redefine himself as he learns the hidden history of artificial intelligence.
Since my sister gave me a kindle as a gift, one of the happiest things about that has been that I can now read so many books that were unavailable to me because of my bad vision ....books that were not popular or profound enough to be made into audio CDs or large print. Star Trek books seem to mostly fall into that category. I used to read them when I was a teen and when I was diagnosed with the eye disease, the first thing I said to my sister was, "I'll never be able to read another Star Trek novel." Now I can, and I'm making up for all the lost time :)