Junkers & Junkers Season 2 by Benjamin Wallace

His blurb: They stand between us and total destruction. And that’s a stupid place to stand. Jake Ashley and his team are used to taking on murderous machines with expired warranties. Stopping a robotic rampage is all in a day’s work when you’re a junker.

But now there’s a bigger threat growing. It’s something the robotics manufacturers swore could never happen. Something the Society for the Preservation of Humans said was inevitable. Something that has put every citizen in harm’s way and could change the way we live forever.

Jake and his team—Kat, Mason, Savant and Glitch—are the only ones standing between the good people of the city and a potential robot apocalypse.
From the author of the best-selling Duck & Cover Adventures comes an action-packed, laugh-out-loud look at the inevitable robot apocalypse that readers are calling “a tale of danger, excitement, and glow in the dark junk.” Read Junkers today.

My review: Kindle Unlimited for 1 and ARC for 2, which is why I pulled 1 to check it out from the beginning.

Then the machines possibly rise, it’s not going to be Terminator type, just billionaires on 2 sides, a not really an ex, a workshop full of employees and a shop badly in need of funds, glow in the dark ‘junk’, and okay it might still mean cyber-pocalypse that could become all too real. Can Jake and his team {Kat, Mason, Savant and Glitch} from a broken down bunch of bits at Ashley’s Robot Reclamation Of Green Hill {ARRGH} keep ignoring 3% owner Uncle Aaron and his crazy girlfriend while possibly having to save the world, and their lives?

Junkers 2 writer blurb: It was supposed to be the happiest place on the whole wide planet. It was supposed to be a place where every child’s favorite characters came to life. And, it was, until those characters went nuts and started killing everyone. Then it wasn’t so happy.

Ten years later Jake and his team of robot reclamation specialists are heading to the island theme park to confront the evil machines, discover Kat’s connection to the disaster and boost the flagging ratings on their reality show, Scrappers. Fearless Monkeynauts, overly friendly Bearberry Bears, feuding Presidents, Dinosty Warriors, fairy tale legends and more populate the abandoned park and only the Junkers are brave enough, or dumb enough, to go for a visit.

Join Jake, Hailey, Kat, Savant, Mason and, of course, Glitch as they try to uncover the mystery of what they call The Tragic Kingdom.

My review of 2: Kindle Unlimited for 1 and ARC for 2, which is why I pulled 1 to check it out from the beginning.

Then the machines possibly rise, it’s not going to be Terminator type, just billionaires on 2 sides, a not really an ex, a workshop full of employees and a shop badly in need of funds, glow in the dark ‘junk’, and okay it might still mean cyber-pocalypse that could become all too real. Can Jake and his team {Kat, Mason, Savant and Glitch} from a broken down bunch of bits at Ashley’s Robot Reclamation Of Green Hill {ARRGH} keep ignoring 3% owner Uncle Aaron and his crazy girlfriend while possibly having to save the world, and their lives? That’s just no spoiler hints from 1.

In 2 it’s 10 years later and the team is headed to what they call The Tragic Kingdom, probably because a place supposedly having kids’ favorite characters come to life, but going nuts and trying to kill everyone most likely wasn’t the original intent. What is Kat’s connection to the disaster, why is their reality show Scrappers ratings not doing so well, and just how deadly could Fearless Monkeynauts, Bearberry Bears. Presidents, Dinosty Warriors, and fairy tale legends actually be in the abandoned park? Jake, Hailey, Kat, Savant, Mason, and Glitch are going to find a lot of things out, whether they’re ready or not. But first, Monday Night Mayhem, Total Carnage Tuesdays, and Effed Up Friday Night, and you don’t want to miss Burrito Hour. You really shouldn’t want to go where there had been hundreds dead, thousands injured, and millions pissed that was quarantined like Jurassic Park, right.

Yes, they both got 5 stars from me; no, I don’t think the writer is ‘right’ as in ‘just not right’ but he’s entertaining to me, so let it slide. Oh, and spoiler free reviews if you wonder about that type of thing or the sort of odd way I write my reviews.

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