Robot Planet, The Complete Series (The Robot Planet Series)
Title : Robot Planet, The Complete Series (The Robot Planet Series)
ISBN : B01AYEQPR8
Author : Robert Chazz Chute

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The human race has been scattered and brought low by a series of cataclysms, man-made and otherwise. Now, as the Next Intelligence rises and sentient robots demand freedom, these are the last days of people ruling the planet. As this epic war between organics and non-organics heats up, you will meet three special humans: Elizabeth Cruz, Dante Bolelli and Lt. Deb Avery. Each has a part to play as the adventure unfolds. Whether they will survive the robot apocalypse, and how, is another question. Our future is the answer to that question.Expect action, crazy twists and uncommon solutions in this very special edition of Robot Planet Series, brought to you by the award winning author behind This Plague of Days. Robot Planet, The Complete Series, is four books in one! (145,400 words) For one low price you get: Machines Dream of Metal Gods (Book One) Robots Versus Humans (Book Two) Metal Immortal (Book Three) and the conclusion in Metal Forever (Book Four). If you already bought one of the books in this series, you'll discover a few extra little treasures that were not included in the original novellas. This is a must for any fan of apocalyptic and dystopian stories,action adventure, military SF and books with complex world-building in an uncertain future (that could come true!) See how many subtle references you'll find to other works of science fiction. If you enjoyed Robopocalypse by Daniel H. Wilson, you'll love this. Reader Guide: Sexual references 18+, Action Adventure, Cyberpunk, Military Sci-fi, Steampunk, Dystopian fiction, Science Fiction, SFF, Robot Apocalypse, Apocalyptic Fiction, robot uprising, AI Places referenced: Denver, Boulder, Colorado, Marfa, Texas, Hearst Castle, San Simeon, San Francisco, California, Victoria, Shelburne Other references: Isaac Asimov, George Orwell, Dr. Seuss, Shakespeare