- By Daniel H. Wilson

Code Lightfall and the Robot King

  • Title: Code Lightfall and the Robot King
  • Author: Daniel H. Wilson
  • ISBN: 9781408814192
  • Page: 330
  • Format: Paperback
  • Code Lightfall and the Robot King When Code Lightfall tumbles down a hole in pursuit of a mysterious robotic insect he lands in a world that defies imagination Everything in Mekhos is made from metal and circuitry including the inha

    When Code Lightfall tumbles down a hole in pursuit of a mysterious robotic insect, he lands in a world that defies imagination Everything in Mekhos is made from metal and circuitry, including the inhabitants.

    1 thought on “Code Lightfall and the Robot King

    1. I often say that books aimed primarily at younger readers can also be enjoyed by adults. Having read this one, I'm not so sure. The reason is simply because the story is childish. It's not a particularly simple story, and it does have an interesting twist at the end, but the plot has a lot of things that a child might find exciting, or realistic, that an Adult probably wouldn't. Of course, it's aimed at children - so if you're looking for a book for your kids, then this could be a good one for y [...]

    2. Code Lightfall is an ordinary kid. Apart from the name, of course. Then one day he tumbles down hole and ends up somewhere far from ordinary, a land of robots. Now Code must battle through poisonous rivers and over uncross able seas to save both the robot world and his own as he sets out on an amazing adventure. But as the only human in a land of hostile robots, will Code make it alive?

    3. Fun book that recalls Alice in Wonderland, except it's about a boy who finds himself in a world of robots. (This is the British version of A Boy and His Bot.)

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