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The Loneliest Robot

by Andrew Glennon  GB United Kingdom

June 6, 2017   |    1,050 reads    |   0 comments

Average: 5 (2 votes)

The Loneliest Robot - Book coverAt last, a tale of self-discovery for the fast-moving modern age that reminds us all to stay HUMAN!
A lonely boy discovers an incredible Robot in his garden shed. A silent and highly gifted girl chooses to be alone in her attic bedroom. The richest man in the world mysteriously disappears.

It all waits to be discovered in THE LONELIEST ROBOT, a brilliant new novel for the modern age which features original illustrations from acclaimed robot artist, Matt Dixon.
Join a group of unlikely best friends, on a journey of self-discovery as they all transform through life. We can get so lost; we can forget what it's truly like to feel HUMAN. Many things distract us all - smartphones, buying more and more stuff, technology, TV, everyone working longer and harder.... It's so easy to get lost in modern life.

An imaginative new book for teens, young adults and anyone with a human heart, which explores and challenges modern life. A thought-provoking dark comedy - this uplifting tale is told with warmth and humour, making it highly digestible for young and curious minds. Also highly suitable for adult readers (especially frustrated parents of technology-addicted children!). Take a look at the wonderful reviews!

Discover The Loneliest Robot. Discover yourself!

Author's Note: 

Do you look around at people consumed by technology? Consumed by being too busy? The Loneliest Robot is a brilliant new story of self-discovery for the modern age. It challenges the reader to STAY HUMAN!

About The Author

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.

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