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Publisher's Summary

The complete set of three short stories that set up the Sick Robot universe in which robots infected with human cancer cells become mortal, fall in love, and decide they're more than a little tired of being second-class citizens into the city they helped build.
Blending cyber and steampunk to create a retro-fusion landscape where pets are 4-D printed and people travel in tubes of compressed air, these stories will transport you into a world of surreal beauty pepped with philosophical questions about what makes us human.
©2016 D. C. Lozar (P)2017 D. C. Lozar
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By jstep on 02-19-18

Unique robot steampunk sci-fi series

The Sick Robot three book series by D.C. Lozar was entertaining and definitely unique. You see, there's a disease. A disease that makes robots deteriorate into humans. A disease that kills robots. From the initial carrier for whom the disease was named after, to the robots that realize how they had been being treated in human society and decide to do something about it, it was an entertaining ride. I chuckled at how the one human raised his trees and made his furniture so fabulous and better than anyone else. That being said, the story did lose my attention here and there after the first book. I did like how the stories were all integrated and you got to see the changes in a few of these robots throughout the three books.

Amexander Doddy did a good job with the narration. No complaints here! He does have a British accent, so if you aren't a fan of British narrations, I'd recommend probably passing on this one or at least checking out the audiobook sample before purchasing. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher for an honest review.

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By Aurora Dawn on 02-07-18

Revolutionary Robots

An interesting story in three parts that follows a society where most of the menial jobs have been taken over by extremely lifelike robots. When one becomes sick with a virus that swaps out robot parts for human genes, the course of civilization is changed forever.
A well written prequel to a series I haven't read yet. Both the robots and the humans are well written and compelling and the plot is well constructed so that you don't suspect the outcome until midway through the last book.
I loved the reader's British accent.

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