Robopocalypse - Daniel H. Wilson Robopocalypse was missing so much potential. I saw opportunities for twists which would of lead the reader to be engaged in a higher level of captivation.

The book was conceived and conducted amazingly, at first the introdcution of so many characters in different sections seemed daunting but with time, it grows on you.

I found the book was dragged on too long especially near the end. Towards the end all that was really spoken of was white snow and "Oh no! Another machine!" situations until the next complication.

Knowing the end of the book, I don't know whether I would've started reading it if I'd known better.

And what ever happened to Takeo Nomura? Was that left unsolved?