Décidément, les listes de romans sont à la mode. Voici une liste de 18 romans sur les robots.
* Ancient Engines by Michael Swanwick – could a robot really live until the end of the universe?
* Apologies All Around by Jeff Soesbe – an apologizing telegram.
* Article of Faith by Mike Resnick – a robotic janitor wants to join the local parish.
* Eros, Philia, Agape by Rachel Swirsky – robotic divorce hurts too.
* Exhalation by Ted Chiang – air powered mechanical robot makes a startling discovery.
* Farewell to the Master by Harry Bates – giant, unmoving robot frightens Washington D.C.
* Galatea’s Stepchildren by Sam S. Kepfield – the robot slaves must be freed!
* Helen O’Loy by Lester del Rey – a very life-like robotic house keeper.
* I, Row-Boat by Cory Doctorow – a sentient boat that is a practitioner of Asimovism.
* Little Lost Robot by Paul McAuley – giant robot must destroy all civilization.
* Marionettes, Inc. by Ray Bradbury – identical robots allow husbands some time off.
* Orbiter’s Reward by Greg Wickenhofer – an overly helpful scrap metal collector.
* Second Variety by Philip K. Dick – a Cold War team-up tries to eliminate robotic killing machines.
* Seven Sexy Cowboy Robots by Sandra McDonald – 7 ice skating settlement robots.
* The Best Christmas Ever by James Patrick Kelly – robots throw a Christmas party for the last man on Earth.
* The Dyslexicon by Carl Frederick – a dyslexic robot tries to prove his worth.
* The Reluctant Weapon by Howard L. Myers – ancient weapon wants to live in peace – regardless of puny humans.
* The Robot Whisperer by Brian C. Baer – depressed robot needs help. La source