My Car Never Listens To Me

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
A self-driving car makes trouble for its human passenger.
Is the world ready for a driverless Smart Car? No.
Must we be imprisoned by our technological creations? Probably.
A cartoon-illustrated short storybook.

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About Steve Ross

Steve Ross writes fiction that is both comedic and thought-provoking. (Or so he imagines.)
His long-term goal is to make people laugh so hard they start to take him seriously.
He gets most of his ideas from K-Mart, where he buys in bulk.
Mr. Ross started writing in utero due to high-expectation parents (who were later deeply disappointed).
He believes there is a comedy gene and proposes an experiment to prove it involving identical twins separated at birth.

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Reviews

Review by: Nichole Haines on Sep. 29, 2016 :
Well I have to say this is a very funny science fiction book. I loved the illustrations in the book. This car was programmed to do everything. I really want to get a self driving car but after reading this story I'm not so sure now. This is a great story to read!
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Review by: James Jenkins on Sep. 9, 2016 :
Fun and funny, a bit lame in places but it seemed to be by design and worked well in the story.
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