An unlikely friendship. A dangerous voyage. A story about what it means to be human.
Humans went extinct 30 years ago. Now the world is ruled by machines. And 12-year-old robot XR_935 is just fine with that. Without humans around, there is no war, no pollution, no crime. Every member of society has a purpose. Everything runs smoothly and efficiently.
Until the day XR discovers something impossible.
Until the day XR discovers a 12-year-old human.
A funny, adventurous and poignant story set in a world ruled by robots.
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Amazing and compelling story
The story forces you to keep reading as thrilling events appear in every following chapter, which keeps your curiosity tightened. However, I consider the culmination of the story is too short and a bit childish. And one thing seems illogical to me how people by living in bunkers for 30 years had not tried to find other survived humans. Despite aforementioned minor illogical details, I definitely recommend this book to not only adolescents but adults to read.