Sped-Bot: DroidMesh Trilogy Book 1

· DroidMesh Trilogy Book 1 · Wild Lake Press, Inc
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About this ebook

All work and no play makes an android a dull toy.

The remnants of human civilization create their own utopia on an alien planet. A brilliant robotic scientist breaks the rules in an attempt to make his impaired son whole. Meshing android and human minds is considered impossible, a societal taboo, and illegal.

Can the sorrow of a father, the challenge of a feat never accomplished, and the promise of normalcy for a son who has never known it motivate a man beyond his ethical boundaries?

What happens when it all goes wrong?

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★★★★★ "Both fascinating and terrifying at the implications."

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★★★★★ "If the other books are written as well as this one when they come out; it will be well worth the read."

★★★★ "Being super honest here this book kind of freaked me out."

★★★★ "This book had a good plot, twist and turns and is action packed.


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About the author

 Billy DeCarlo is an American author of novels and short stories. He grew up camped out at the corner newsstand, reading as many comic books as he could before the owner would throw him out. He writes out of love and in hope to change the world, or at least a few minds.  He still believes there are superheroes, and sees evidence of them sometimes on the news. And villains, lots of villains.

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