By Jim Benton
Franny ok. Stein, Mad Scientist, has constantly had her eye on international domination, yet she has to begin somewhere...like her category elections! If humans voted for her, they have been giving her the entire keep watch over she sought after. yet Franny's platform doesn't have a similar charm as her rivals who're delivering new playground apparatus, so she reveals one other platform...The Frandidate. made up of DNA samples from a puppy, a chameleon and a parrot, in addition to a scrap of carpet (so she'll comprehend the place humans stand), Franny creates the precise candidate who says and does precisely what humans are looking to pay attention! yet quickly her go well with begins making provides she is aware she won't be capable to continue and Franny realizes she may need long past too a long way. The Frandidate provide you with every little thing you will have, technology, humor and a few quaint politics!
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The Frandidate (Franny K. Stein, Mad Scientist, Book 7) by Jim Benton