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The Day The Sun Changed Colors

3.38  ·  Rating details ·  8 ratings  ·  6 reviews
This is the latest edition with the new title THE DAY THE SUN CHANGED COLORS (previously "11,984") and new cover image.

Welcome to the future, to the year 4377, a perfect utopia where everyone is rich and lives in peace. Litterbot409 is a cleaning robot working for a family of seven. His garbage can body is able to transform into any tool to handle any mess, but there are n
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Claire Davis
Dec 09, 2019 rated it did not like it
I received this book in exchange for an honest review. I have given The Day the Sun Changed Colors by Scott Talbot Evans one out of five stars ⭐️
From my understanding, we are hundreds of years into the future; half human, half robot beings are finding there way when the sun starts to change colours and starts to affect everyone especially as they are given a certain amount of days to evacuate their planet. Unfortunately I wasn't in the right headspace for this book from the start.
I found that ...more
Newly Wardell
Sep 22, 2018 rated it it was ok
it's a funny old world eh? even in Talbot Evans tale of an hyper future of a family of geniuses its funny. until the sun explodes and makes everyone have to clear out. it may have dated itself by some of the references. I didn't really like how litterbot was like a swiss knife and no thought about getting another one. more than half of the challenges they had to bionic six their way of would have been easily resolved by having at least one extra robot. I also thought the whole lets laugh at mens ...more
Valerie Roberson
Jun 08, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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11,894 is a Science Fiction with the word emphasized on science. The author, Scott Evans, has you wondering if you are dreaming or really in the future. He writes this with a sense of humor, such as "Warning: The following material contains punctuation from the future" and by golly, it does and that makes the book interesting. He has also put together his own words for us to enjoy. Such as helenreddyshere. Now it took me a while for it to sink in what he was doing. I love this part and love tha ...more
Gordon Long
Aug 24, 2018 rated it really liked it
There is a certain amount of freedom in setting your Sci-Fi novel in 11,984 A.D. Society has changed so much that you don’t really have to follow any of the normal human conventions. Either in plotline, story structure, or grammar.

Married to this setting is a style of comedy that, I n the tradition of “A Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy,” pushes so far into the ridiculous that (hopefully) it starts being funny again. And in places it does. Unfortunately the author gets rather carried away with h
Nicki Markus
Jun 24, 2018 rated it liked it
When the author approached me to review The Day The Sun Changed Colors, at first I hesitated, since I am not a big sci-fi reader. However, the promise of humour decided me, seeing as I do enjoy things like Red Dwarf and The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. And the book was funny. I should say that straight off the bat. The situation in which the characters found themselves led to some amusing scenarios as they tried to make sense of the changing world, and their changing bodies and moods. I smi ...more
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11,984 is Sci-Fi at it strangest. This book is an interesting read with unique concepts that take the phrase “In a perfect world” to a whole new level. I enjoyed the book and would recommend it to my fellow Sci-Fi loving friends. I give it 4 Boundless Stars.
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