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That was before they had become lovers; now his concern for her was even more intense. There might have been another possibility, now that they were sharing a bed again, but her disease had ruled that out. “I feel fine,” she said with exasperation. “Really. ” She had never liked the attention her illness had forced upon her before, either. Derec nodded. He wouldn’t tell the robots, but he would keep a close watch on her himself today just to make sure she really was okay. That intention died within minutes of stepping out from the bedroom into the rest of the apartment.
After all, think how many gods—and with what variety of nature, appearance and ability—have been invented by human beings who had never seen one, but wanted one desperately just the same. With all that in mind, read the fourth entry in the “Robots and Aliens” series. ” Derec waited expectantly for a moment, then looked around in exasperation from the newfound robot to his companions. Ariel and Dr. Avery were both grinning. Wolruf, a golden-furred alien of vaguely doglike shape, was also grinning in her own toothy way.
I’ll ‘ave one,” she said, holding out her hand. Derec gave her the one he had already dialed for, then ordered another for himself and a glass of Ariel’s favorite, Auroran Ambrosia, for her. ” The robot entered the kitchen behind Wolruf, waited patiently for Derec to finish with the automat, then pushed buttons in the sequence for coffee. Derec shook his head in exasperation. Avery had a whole city full of robots at his command, but he still loved to order Mandelbrot around. No doubt it was because Mandelbrot was Derec’s robot, and Ariel’s before him.