Robopocalypse by Daniel H. Wilson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I loved this book! This was such a great read. It was written in the style of World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War with stories told from different points of view from many characters. As the book progresses these stories are woven together and we see how these people and machines have fought in their own ways to survive and destroy Archos. There is also such a depth with more messages woven into these stories such as the need to take care of our environment, and our kids being given so much and never really learning to grow up and be an adult. There is also so much about mankind joining together and learning to live together. In the book it is expressed that we need a common enemy to keep from warring against ourselves. That is certainly an issues that seems to have pervaded mankind throughout the centuries. There are many other issues that are addressed subtly in this book all of which are important and have real meaning in the story. This is a great book that is full of interesting characters and action. Loved it! This should appeal to anyone that loves a great sci-fi novel.
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