Artie, the cute robot from the cover, Wall-Es his way through life when he starts wondering why he does what he does. What follows is a strange mix of boring and just not so good, that left me wondering ‘why did I read this?’.
Let’s start with the good things. The art was not special but it was nice. Artie’s really cute, and has a nice interaction with his friend Owen, the Vulture. That’s about it.
The story was filled with a lot of interchangeable/forgettable characters and scenes with clunky expositions. I was not a fan. Which is a shame, because I had good expectations for this one!
Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!