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The Loneliest Robot (The Little Robot Trilogy) Paperback – 4 May 2017
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Andrew Glennon was born in Liverpool, UK. For almost 30 years he worked around the world for large multi-national companies before deciding to burn the business suit, shirt and tie. His first book, "The Loneliest Robot" was released in 2017 and is a highly original and imaginative work of fiction which challenges modern life and technology. Andrew likes music, great movies and interesting people. Andrew dislikes robotic people, greed, margarine and rap music. Visit www.theloneliestrobot.com
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A thoroughly interesting story with great characters and a powerful message about the way many of us live in our modern, fast paced world.
The author has a real gift in making characters and situations believable and sets each scene superbly well.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book and would recommend to all ages. As the reader, you become immersed in the story and whilst there are a number of interesting characters, it never becomes confusing and is brought to a close with real skill - pulling all strands together in an innovative way - whilst giving the reader plenty to think about.
This was a great read and I fully enjoyed it.
What starts out as an apparently simple story about childhood experiences becomes a more critical look at how we change as we ‘develop’ into young adulthood and start to mimic the attitudes and behaviours of our parents, adopting their values which seemed so ridiculous to us as children. I am now back at work after the half-term break reading this book and feeling like a bit of a lonely robot at my desk in a large global corporation......
This is a well-written story with great characters - good and bad - and a plot, which is chilling in parts. It has life lessons and a strong moral compass, if you are willing to take note..and a twist.
The idea of AI can be scary and we all understand our reliance on machines. One robot's quest is intriguing and heartfelt in this unusual tale. Robert's story is both disturbing, as it highlights some of today's parenting, and hopeful.
A mix of messages that culminate into a warning; who among us will listen and change? Themes of love, friendship, good v evil and technology make this a great read.
Worth a look - for all ages.