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A Boy and His Bot by Daniel H. Wilson
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Dec 15, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: books-i-own, arcs-manuscripts, read-ya-sci-fi
Read from December 15 to 19, 2010

YA book by the scientific mastermind Daniel H Wilson, possibly best known for his book Where's My Jetpack? This was an interesting, differently-styled read about a boy who follows a small...something into a hole and ends up in a robot universe where his grandfather disappeared to and where an evil robot, Immortalis, is looking to begin the "Disassembly" and end the world that they're in.

It's a humorous sci-fi adventure, with a lot more action in the story than I had expected. Far from perfect, but absolutely one of the better sci-fi books for this age group that does really need them. The ending did annoy me a little more than it probably should have, but that didn't take away from the journey on a whole. Worth your time.

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