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Robopocalypse by Daniel H. Wilson

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I loved this book even though I am not a fan of futuristic robot books or of modern military tactical endeavors. Author Daniel H. Wilson has a Ph.D. in robotics and uses this unique knowledge to create Robopocalypse, an absolutely fascinating story about the near extinction of the human race in the not so distant future. There are far too many interesting and important characters to mention here, but the main character, soldier Cormac Wallace, describes some of the events preceding Zero Hour when the Robs/robots take over the world and the New War that follws. Interspersed throughout the story others recount what happened to them in different countries around the planet. The cross culture viewpoints really make the fear and chaos of war relatable to all.

Submitted by Valerie @ MPL Central



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