C. Robert Cargill's most recent novel, Day Zero (set in the world of his previous novel, Sea of Rust) landed starred reviews from the big three of Publishers Weekly, Booklist, and Kirkus.
Here's a bit of the Kirkus review:
“A robot purchased to act as a small boy's bodyguard and nanny finds himself torn between sides in a world war pitting AI against humanity… Veteran SF fans will spot shades of Isaac Asimov, whose Laws of Robotics appear early on, as well as the novel's dedicatee, Harlan Ellison, but Cargill never lets homage stand in the way of good storytelling. Slapping a fresh coat of paint on a few age-old science-fiction tropes makes for a delightful read.”
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