Saturday, July 18, 2015

I Heart Robot


Book Review

I Heart Robot

Title: I Heart Robot
Author: Suzanne Van Rooyen
Rating ★★
Page Count: 304
Date Published: March 31, 2015
Publisher: Month9Books
Genre: YA Sci-Fi 
Perspective: Duo Quinn & Tyri
Meet the Author: Suzanne Van Rooyen
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Sixteen-year-old Tyri wants to be a musician and wants to be with someone who won't belittle her musical aspirations.

Q-I-99 aka 'Quinn' lives in a scrap metal sanctuary with other rogue droids. While some use violence to make their voices heard, demanding equal rights for AI enhanced robots, Quinn just wants a moment on stage with his violin to show the humans that androids like him have more to offer than their processing power.

Tyri and Quinn's worlds collide when they're accepted by the Baldur Junior Philharmonic Orchestra. As the rift between robots and humans deepens, Tyri and Quinn's love of music brings them closer together, making Tyri question where her loyalties lie and Quinn question his place in the world. With the city on the brink of civil war, Tyri and Quinn make a shocking discovery that turns their world inside out. Will their passion for music be enough to hold them together while everything else crumbles down around them, or will the truth of who they are tear them apart?

My Thoughts:

The author and publisher Month9Books were kind enough to provide me with an E-copy in exchange for an honest review. I simply adored this book!! It made me cry tears of joy and sadness at the same time. It was such a beautiful read.

Quinn and Tyri had the same passion for music and they have been accepted to the Baldur Junior Philharmonic Orchestra, but that is where their similarities end. Quinn is a rogue robot whose whole life revolves around music and trying to be more human in a world where robots are fighting to be treated as equals. I really loved Quinn and his character development; he was such a sweetie and I loved how he wanted to fix the relationship between robots and humans peacefully. Tyri is your regular teenager, who just wants her mother to understand how important music is to her. Tyri is such a strong character; I loved how she never took crap from her boyfriend and how she saw the robots as more than just electronics. 

This book was written so beautifully, the world building and character development was just amazing! I loved it so much! The twists in this book caught me by surprise; I just loved how it kept me guessing.  I didn't want this book to end! When it did, I kept flipping the pages looking for more, but that ending, oh; that ending brought me to tears it was just perfect! I'm keeping my fingers crossed in hopes for a sequel. If you haven't picked this book up yet, I highly recommend you do! I love this book so much!!! 



  1. This looks fantastic! I definitely want to get into some more indie books, so thanks for the suggestion! I also just nominated you for the Book Fangirling blog award if you'd like to check it out!

    1. Thank you for the nomination! I will check it out! 😊