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Rover Vol. 01 No. 13

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Rover Vol. 01 No. 13 by Lawrence Labree is an engaging and thought-provoking read that combines elements of science fiction and mystery. The story follows the adventures of Rover, a dog-like robot who embarks on a quest to uncover the truth behind a series of mysterious disappearances in a futuristic society. As Rover navigates through the complex world filled with secrets and dangers, readers are taken on a thrilling journey filled with unexpected twists and turns.

Labree’s writing is sharp and concise, drawing the reader in from the very first page. The world-building is intricate and well-developed, painting a vivid picture of a dystopian society on the brink of collapse. The character of Rover is both endearing and complex, making it easy for readers to become emotionally invested in his journey.

Overall, Rover Vol. 01 No. 13 is a captivating read that will leave readers on the edge of their seats until the very last page. Labree’s storytelling skills are top-notch, and the book is a testament to his talent as a writer. I highly recommend this book to fans of science fiction and mystery genres, as it offers a unique and compelling take on both.

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"The Rover: A weekly magazine of tales, poetry and engravings, original and selected" was a magazine started in 1843 by Seba Smith and Lawrence Labree. The editors aimed at a high quality standard in their selection of short stories and poetry. Every half-year, the 26 weekly issues were also published under a bound compilation. This issue features six short stories and two poems, "Th' unbusied shepherd" is a short quote from the drama "King Henry the Fifth" by Aaron Hill. - Summary by Sonia

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