Robogenesis

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Simon and Schuster, Jun 5, 2014 - Fiction - 384 pages
The robots are back . . . and this time they are stronger.
 

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Superb story about war, humans and robots, captivating and smart. Although second in a series can be read stand-alone as well. Creates an epic flow of events, captured through the eyes and minds of ... Read full review

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I'd been meaning to read this sequel to Robopocalypse for so long, but then once I finally started it, I almost gave up early on. This story is just so bleak and dark, even more so than the first ... Read full review

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Contents

Briefing
Parasite 2 Whispers
Maxim
Farmhouse
The Stacks
Where the Buffalo Roam
Final Transmission
Stripped
Briefing
The Tribe
Migration
Torch
Freeborn City
War Machines
Good People
Supercluster 8 Battle Plan

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Back to the Basics
True Face PART TWO MATHILDA PEREZ
Soldier
Reaching Out PART THREE CORMAC WALLACE
Copyright

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About the author (2014)

Daniel Wilson holds a PhD in Robotics from Carnegie Mellon University. His previous titles include HOW TO SURVIVE A ROBOT UPRISING, as well as five other popular science books. This is his debut novel.

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