Publisher: Le Chat Publishing
The power of attachment. The pain of connection. An ability to love. Barkley 50's special programming allows him to mimic human emotions, perhaps a little too well. He finds himself navigating this new-found humanity in a place that's losing its own. And with the passing of each one of his owners, the world grows closer to its end, forcing Barkley to fear the future, a thing he's never contemplated until now. What will he do when there's no one left at all? Early praise for Barkley First off, I thought this was a much better and less high-handed approach to Asimov's Centennial Man and I appreciated the dark humor much more in this story, too!Honestly, the robot story hooked me right off the bat and I felt more for Barkley than any of the humans he outlasted, but how fun it was to watch them go about their lives and think themselves so clever! :) It's refreshing to have a regular ...