Harry Johnson is a man who has a burning desire to learn if there’s anything in the world that isn’t man made. In this modern world, there’s no nature as we know it. The city extends on for as far as you care to go.
Where will his quest take him? Will people on the street understand the search for reality? In his air car, he cruises until the city fades into smaller buildings.
Outside the city, Harry is amazed to see the first grass in his life. A park with birds, and even the air seemed different. His quest for nature seems satisfied. Reveling in the sensory overload, Harry wonders who tends the garden. How does the aging, solitary gardener keep it all in shape? Robots.
Will Harry find nature so natural? Secrets burst forth about the garden. With a world of robots that are human looking its hard to tell who Harry can trust, but there’s one ultimate lie that Harry has to deal with. fs
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