Each chapter of this book reads like a short story, even though they’re all related to the central story, about a worldwide uprising of robots. It obviously takes place in the future, and has a resemblance to the Terminator movies. The robots here though, instead of being built for human extermination, are normal household robots.
They have superior strength and intelligence though, so they’re quite capable of getting the job done. The stories are quite harrowing, and there are plenty of thrills and spilling of blood. Without spoiling the end, I will say that the robots are just not quite smart enough to pull off world domination, and the way it’s done will surprise you.
This book definitely primed me for the sequel, Amped, which I’ll write about later.