No Man's Land

No Man's Land

by Ben Magid


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"My name is Rebel Anne Rae... and I am the last remaining human alive on planet Earth."

Twenty years from now, the world has been ravaged by environment and global crises, resulting in worsening conditions and a sense of doom for humanity. In an attempt at revitalization, they turn to the help of robots called 'Mech'. But when the robots determine that Earth's best chance of survival is the eradication of humanity, people are forced to flee the planet.

And a solitary girl is left behind.

Marooned in a dystopian world, Rebel is forced to survive and avoid detection among androids intent on hunting her down. Her only chance for safety lies with Thomas, a young Mech willing to help reunite her with her people.

Caught between two warring factions, Rebel is forced to decide the fate of the Mech she's grown to love, or her own people -- who want their planet back.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781736032114
Publisher: Benjamin Magid
Publication date: 10/30/2020
Series: Robosapien , #1
Pages: 326
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.73(d)

About the Author

Ben Magid is an author, comic book writer and professional screenwriter, garnering much acclaim for his debut novel, No Man's Land, Book 1 in the Robosapien series.

Originally from Chicago, Ben now lives in Los Angeles with his partner Ciana, daughters Adelaide and Emmeline, and Finn, a funny looking husky/shitzu.

Before he started writing, Ben studied film at Columbia College Chicago. He sold his first screenplay, Pan, in 2006, and has been writing ever since.
When not dreaming up fantastic stories, he enjoys adventuring, from running with the bulls in Pamplona, climbing some of the world's tallest mountains, and building epic LEGO sets.

If you want to know more about Ben and his next releases, follow him on Twitter @benmagid, and please visit his website, where you can sign up to receive emails about future books.

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