No place is safe for Edmond West and his humanoid robot, Hart. They are on the run, pursued not just by the US military, but also by the giant SennTech Corporation. Meanwhile, the rollout of the Hart Series military robots is hitting a speed bump: the Bots are starting to think for themselves… and they don't think much of the jobs they've been asked to do.
Nicole M. Taylor was an only child, born deep in the corn-ears of rural Michigan where she honed her talents for being supercilious, eating pop-tarts and making up strange fictional situations.
Today, she lives in San Jose with her husband and a small fetal alien named Magoo. She writes speculative fiction about witches, ghosts, robots, reptoid aliens and pianists. She also works occasionally as a ghostwriter, collaborating on everything from historical memoirs to medical thrillers.
Her first YA book series, Bots, is available from Epic Press in August, 2015.
Personal Response: I think Bots: Hazardous Motion was a good book because it is full of action and adventure. This was an interesting book because it had a lot-lot of action like when Edmund was running across the country with the first robot he built and he was running from the military. The robots he built had issues, so he had to figure out how to fix them and he took you through every step he did to fix them. This could be something I would be interested in doing because it is a hands-on project.
Plot: In Bots: Hazardous Motion, Edmund had to build a lot of robots and had a deadline to finish them. And in this book Edmund was running across the country with the robot because the military was looking for him. On his journey across the country, Edmund had stopped at a gas station for some gas, and some food and drinks, and he had seen a little girl that needed his help because She was bleeding and said please help me. She had dropped the can of food when she saw Edmund's robot in the door and she bent down to get it and she could not stop staring at the robot as if she was frozen in place.
Characterization: Edmund was about 18 or 19 years old. Edmund seems like a guy that's interested in helping the environment, also helping people. The robots that Edmund had built had their own personality the heart series was a caring and supporting kind of personality.
Recommendation: I recommend Bots: Hazardous Motion to freshmen boys because it is full of action. I think freshmen would like this book because it has a lot to offer especially if the kids like to do hands-on work. I think it also has a lot of information and has a lot of real-life situations.
I think this was was decent, Because it floods you with info you don't know a lot about yet. I like the concept of the book it was not what i was expecting. I like how the how Hart seems like she is super smart and her action are very clever in tight situations. I also like about Hart knows her medical skills Hart always know's what to do when some one is injured or broken. Edmond's personality is kinda dull you can never expect what hes about to do next. As the book takes place in the future you can defiantly tell because the technology and just object's and items are so cool. I love the hard and stressful times because the trill and sad emotions you get through the book are so intents you could possibly sweat. I like how Edmond has a group of bots in the middle of the book because without them he would have died.
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