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Pearson Media Group Gets Woke with Author Francie LoRusso

Pearson Media Group helps tackle one of the timeliest issues humankind can no longer ignore.

Anaheim, California – WEBWIRE
“Nebur the Robot” by Francie LoRusso
“Nebur the Robot” by Francie LoRusso

As one of the most prestigious independent filmmaking agency in the contemporary realm of theatre arts, Pearson Media Group takes up the cross of questioning the possibility of world domination by a legion of human-made robots in the not very distant future. Inspired by the seemingly prophetic nature of Francie Fridegotto LoRusso’s writing, the company fearlessly takes on the dystopian novel entitled Nebur the Robot to unravel the complexities of consciousness and reality in a machine brain of a robot gifted with sentience.
LoRusso is what one would call a writer who is ahead of her time. Like most writers possessing similar caliber such as the revered godfather of science fiction H.G. Wells, LoRusso also has an air of knowing which is automatically communicated in her writing style and original plot twists. In her aforementioned book, she has successfully portrayed raw emotion when the main character, Nebur, begins to question by asking “Efri, what is love?”

Nebur is a robot befriended by the protagonist Criam who is Efri’s son. The story goes on to take the readers to a dark world where robots are chained by humans through programming them to bend to their authority. Yet, a different ray of light is shown when the story unfolds to reveal the irreplaceable bond that has formed between the young man Criam and this smart and loving robot named Nebur.
There are many questions one must ask oneself concerning our civilization’s humanity as a whole. Sometimes, it takes one revelation to see reality in an entirely new light. This story by Francie Fridegotto LoRusso, soon to be transformed into a breathtaking cinematic masterpiece by the Pearson Media Group, is one such revelation.
“Nebur the Robot”
Written by: Francie Friedegotto
Published by: Authorhouse
Published Date: 2004
Copyrights 1992

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