Over 800 years earlier, The Great War changed the face of the earth, killing millions and destroying most of the world's technologies. Fortunately, a few remaining survivors passed down their technological knowledge to their descendants, so future generations could rebuild what had been lost.
Tinker's family was gifted with the safekeeping of the last known photos of the world: its people, plant life, and animals. When Tinker realizes he's close to dying, he passes this duty on to the only one left in his family, a tiny robot named Boy.
After his father's death, Boy faces a world that only sees him as a robot, not someone with feelings and the ability to love, so he sets out to prove he's more than a bucket held together by bolts - so much more.
The Making of Boy (Liberty series book 2). This book is a recap about how Boy came into the story, almost like a Point of View story. It is interesting and it does help understanding the how we got to where we are. I am willing to bet the kids and young adults will like this book, but it isn't my taste. The author, Regina Puckett did a good job on this and it answers many questions I assume some readers ask. I just don't care for repeat stories myself. The narrator, Maren McGuire delivered another flawless narration with multiple voices. The conversations between the robots is pretty good. Good Job.
I received this audio book as a gift so I could leave a honest review.