Henry is a young robot who has gone through his thirteenth upgrade, one of the most critical ones, that made him quite emotional.
The arrival in his robot family of a human – a technological domestic appliance – will change Henry’s life, because the human proves to be a lot smarter than the other humans owned by robots.
The author created with ability a world where robots are the dominant beings while humans – mostly silly and inefficient – are products of a new technology (two months to create a fully operational human being) and are provided to robots with the instruction manual.
At the end the novel speaks about growing up, friendship and about being a child surrounded by adults always thinking they are right; the idea to flip the relation robot / human makes everything more new and funny.
Thanks to the publisher for providing me the copy necessary to write this review.
* Henry and the Incredibly Incorrigible, Inconveniently Intelligent Smart Human by Lynn Messina ★★★☆☆
*Ho letto questo libro in Inglese