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The Demon Robots - cover

The Demon Robots

David Sloma

Publisher: Web of Life Solutions

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Summary

The robots were made under the direction of demons who possessed people. Then the demons inhabited the robots. 
We who still felt we were alive, not just simply meat bags to serve the machines, gathered under the city to plot our rebellion, seeking ways to take out the robots before they took us all out. 
I had a mission: find the man with the robot-destroying weapon and help him to save humanity.

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