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Aye, Robot

Aye, Robot by Robert Kroese

Further adventures of Rex Nihilo and his faithful robot Sasha. Serious spoilers for Starship Grifters ahead.

As in, the opening discussing their work for the Spossels. Memories have been tampered with and restored. Further hijinks ensue. Fewer parody elements, but they run across villains making people happy. They also deal with a robot parrot, Pepper's reappearance, an Oracle with an unusual sleep pattern, stories of ghosts, someone trying to get back in the good graces of the Malarchy, a cryogenically frozen man, and more.
Tags: author: k, genre: humor, genre: science fiction, review

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