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Robopocalypse

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An extremely interesting and unique look at how the lives of people (and robots) weave in and amongst each other when robots decide that they no longer need humans. Told through multiple perspectives that sometimes leaves gaps in the story, Wilson nonetheless manages to tie everything together and to bring it all to a breathless conclusion. Personally, I would have liked to see Wilson craft a larger meta-narrative instead of telling the story through glimpses of each character's lives, but the book doesn't lose any of its impact with the loss of the interstitial narrative between the stories.
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