Robota Review



By Doug Chinag, Orson Scott Card

I received a free copy of Robota for my honest opinion.

Not a graphic novel, but not a novel; Robota is such an interesting book and I have never read a book with a layout like it.

Robota is based on concept art from Doug Chinag (the concept artist for the Star Wars prequel trilogy + Star Wars The force Awakens, and he is the production designer for Star Wars: Rogue One) with the accompanying story from Orson Scott Card.

The concept art that accompanied Robota was indescribable. If you enjoy looking at concept art for science fiction movies, then the concept art in here is along the same line. At times, I would just look at the concept art and have my breath taken away.

The storyline was surprisingly complex for what I expected. It takes unexpected turns that worked well. At times, thing did seem a little far-fetched but the explanations offered gave a reasonable explanation.

Such a unique book which I throughly enjoyed and would be interested to see more like it, as well as this one be made into a feature film.


Have you read Robota? Do you agree with my review? Let me know your opinion in the comments below!

Check it out on Goodreads here.

Purchase it on Amazon here.


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