Sure. I have listened to it twice in 2 weeks. :)
I like that its a narrative. It reminds me of world war Z.
Easy to listen to.
I really enjoyed the start of it. The beginnings of the AI really interested me.
I like me!
Robot War Z
Dont remember any characters name but would have to be the storytellers
when the computer kills the creator in the beginning. if i remembered names i could tell you the name of the computer.
No neither but i was entertained and thats all i ask for.
Not sure why but this reminds me of world war z even though it mostly told through one character.
It just never got going. I could see this as a good movie, but as a book, I never got into the characters. They just didn't develop. You don't know what caused the "robopocolypse," or what spurred the revolt. The narrator didn't help, but would do a great job reading to kids at bedtime - if you wanted the kids to fall asleep.
Im a huge fan of end of the world style books. this one does the trick for a good fix of that. only thing, i didnt know it was base in the future getting into it. once I got used to that it was pretty solid. good ideas, and cools stories. i wont listen again anytime soon, but im glad i got it
This book was a great read I could not put it down. The performance was well done and the added to the story.
Mike Chamberlain did a great job bringing the characters to life and adding to the flow of the story.
Folks, for audiobooks it's not just about the writer, it's also about the narrator...
Very well thought out and interesting story set in the not-so-distant future where man has robots for help and then those robots - with the help of a highly evolved AI - turn on man.
Some folks have complained on the narrator, but I didn't find him bad at all. In fact, compared to some of the others I heard, I believe he's relatively good.
I would recommend this story to anyone interested in robotics, sci-fi, and a little bit of horror.
pretty silly story and it will make a pretty silly movie i expect
i dont know
it was just ok
robots taking over the earth is always cool
Heard this before.
Overall the story has a very "warmed over" feeling to it. It was good... it just feels like the author has borrowed his favorite bits from all the more excellent stories that have come before (I Robot, The Matrix, 2001: Space Odyssey, etc).
I actually enjoyed Dr. Nomura the most; and wish they would have explored his story a bit more. Nomura's story brought an interesting anime-style angle to the story.
Avid Amazon fan!
Some reviews compared this to a zombie novel....THAT'S not what this was. Yes robots were taking over the world, but it was a much smarter novel than humans vs. killer zombies (and I do like a good Zombie book. World War Z for example).
The storyline was realistic and was especially intriguing as it came together in the last half of the book.
I am a fan of classic sci-fi such as 1984, Brave New World, Frankenstein....and I give this one a thumbs up.
I loved this book so much that after reading it twice, I purchased the audio book to listen to on a trip. There were moments of great importance in the book, without giving away too much, between incarnations of ROB and characters that were critical to understanding why things were unfolding the way they were, that were lost in the reading, in my opinion, because of the readers voices, inflection and cadence. Shame, but the story itself is wonderful.
When the Akuma attack the warehouse and the clear mind senshi defend it.
Dont know enough readers (it was probably more about the director)
Go buy Amped.