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Publisher's Summary

Meet Arty PA3025.He’s a robot, and he’s depressed. Unemployed and horribly obsolete, his future looks bleak - and that’s just what he tells his programmer-cum-therapist, Knickers.
But then he meets Madeline, an ornery senior with a pair of arthritic cats and a fear of modern electronic accoutrements. They team up, an outdated robot and a senile old woman, to begin together a quest for relevance in an all too cold and uncaring world.
©2010, 2013 Shaun McCoy (P)2013 Shaun McCoy
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5 out of 5 stars
By Christina on 11-30-13

Great story that is perfectly narrated!

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I really enjoyed listening to Gabrielle read this excellent story. She did each character justice, while not distracting from the story itself. This is a well written story and I plan to listen to it again soon!

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5 out of 5 stars
By Lorianne on 09-22-15

Electric Blues on Audible

This story was so different than what I expected! It made me think and look into a deeper meaning of every scene. Thanks for the great story Shaun and the perfect audio voice Gabrielle Olexa! Very robotically done :) and can't believe how well you transitioned the various voices of the story.

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