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Backward Chaining

(BOTS #5)

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The military Bot program is a shameful failure. Everyone wants to forget, but that's hard to do with Edmond West running free and more and more Bot agitation every day. General Liao makes one last ditch attempt to get the situation under control. Meanwhile, the SennTech Bot program is an unqualified success. A SennTech Bot in every bedroom and board room, a never-ending gl ...more
Hardcover, 208 pages
Published August 15th 2015 by Epic Press
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Mason Jones
Mason Jones Date Submitted:April 25 2019
Title: Bots: backward chaining Lexile:L780

Bots: Backward chaining

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I think this book is good because it is full of action. This book is also full of adventure and creativity. In this book, Sargent Lio is trying to find a military ship with bots on board. Sargent Lio is trying to locate the ship that went missing with a lot of bots on board. Sergeant Lio is in a time crunch because the military General is rushing him to find that ship.

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Despite being a male, Edmond was the mommy.
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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

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