*AudioReview & Listen!
Jason Werbeloff is an amazing author! I was lucky enough to gain access to his newsletter and later gifted to be a part of his audio chapters, small pieces of his November release, Obsidian Worlds- available at Amazon.com and other book retailers. This is, I believe, my fourth audio-share of his work. I really enjoyed this one and I am sure you will too. Down below, I've added the clip to this story: Falling for Q46f. Take a listen and see if you agree with my review. If you like Science Fiction, I have no doubt you'll enjoy it too.
Falling for Q46f is about an android who is left alone. It was created by its "master" to be a companion. It was also created to lull the undead asleep so they can go about their daily functions. The problem is, their daily functions are rather ghastly- a fridge run by mutilated body parts with undead lungs that produces freon. It's table is a body that moans and there's a wall made of human heads. Yuck!
It seems this android is living off of the dead- but I don't know if it's the reason humans are dead. I do know that is uses blood as oil to run. It has pinchers that it uses to kill humans, but it only wants to find it's creator. Not the master but the one who made its parts.
I'm not sure if I truly understand this bizarre tale, but it's gruesome. Visualizing everything makes me thing the dystopian world is awful, smelly and full of nuclear fumes. Humanity has been defeated by these things, these androids, but they've ruined us all. Now they're turning on one another. Check it out. It's an easy 28 minutes, and pretty entertaining, in a Karma sorta way. lol On to the next book!📚
Rating: 👓👓👓👓 out of 5 specs
*I Woke Up Dead at the Mall is next.
**Audiobook provided by author, for an honest review.
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