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Zak Corbin by Tony Russo
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Sep 25, 12

Read from September 04 to 22, 2012

I finished Zak Corbin, Master of Machines this morning. This afternoon, I was tasked with taking several boxes of donations to Goodwill that my wife and I put together. Inside was a toaster oven, an old VCR, and a metal floor lamp. The first thought that came to my mind was “what is my wife thinking? We could build a perfectly good robot with this stuff!”

I really enjoyed this novel by Tony Russo. From the very beginning of the book I sensed that I was in the very capable hands of a master of the science fiction genre. The book is fast paced, full of great action, and interesting characters. There are many great themes in the book for young readers, such as the importance of human life, following your dreams despite the obstacles, the importance of family loyalty, and discovering love based on mutual respect for a person’s talents and abilities.

This is a great way to get younger readers interested in the science fiction genre. I put the book on my son’s shelf. Just don’t be surprised if metal things start going missing around the house when your kids start reading this book.
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