Rabbit & Robot review by Swanseakid09
Rabbit & Robot
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Adventure

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Age at time of review - 9
Reviewer's Location - Swansea, SC, United States
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Cager Messer is a Woz-head also known as a drug addict. He is kidnapped by his caretaker Rowan and his best friend Billy and they take him to the Tennessee, which is a giant lunar ship that is orbiting the moon. During their stay on the Tennessee, Earth is destroyed due to the 30 plus wars that are happening concurrently. Cager and Billy are the last humans alive in the universe and they have millions of robots or "cogs" as company. The cogs eventually become insane and start eating each other due to the invasion of blue worms by Queen Dot. Will the boys be stuck in space forever? 


This book was very similar to the show Futurama. It has the humor and the same kind of plot. There were some moments where I was disgusted by the descriptions of the cogs being eaten or being violently torn apart. There were so much excessive cursing and adult content mentioned in this book that it was really not age appropriate. The book is not suitable for anyone under the age of 18.

Content Rating:

Content rating - mature content

Explain your content rating: 

There is a lot of cursing and a lot of mention of adult behavior.



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