Imagine a future where you can commission your own town, friends, partners, everything. Humanity's last invention, the perfect servant, makes all dreams possible. It also makes human interaction detestable.
Who wants to put up with selfish, squabbling people when you can commission the perfect town on any of a million worlds? In this setting Rex of Ninety-First Earth is raised. When he discovers the truth, he takes on a crusade to reunite humanity with itself.
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- Nancy Finelli
Great Short Story and Narration!
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
I would recommend this short story because of its uniqueness. Most of us joke about our crazy families, but poor Rex has a lot to deal with once he learns the truth about his parents.
What does Fred Wolinsky bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Wollinsky's narration is excellent because he gives the parents just the right amount of emotion to keep you guessing.
Any additional comments?
Looking forward to experiencing the next step in Rex's journey!