This book was really, really good. Roz is a robot that got shipwrecked on an island and was activated by a group of playful otters. Roz didn't waste a minute trying to befriend all the animals. All the animals were scared of her, however, because she was a robot. But being a robot, that didn't discourage her. Instead she tried camouflaging, and was rewarded with learning the animal language. Upon accident she ends up adopting a gosling, which changes her life. The gosling (Brightbill) also helps the other animals warm up to her. I liked this book better then its sequel. The first few chapters of the book were a bit un-interesting and dull, but the book becomes really addicting after that. Before you know it, you're done and buying the second book! I like how they made Roz a robot. I feel like if Roz was a human, things would've gone differently, and I wouldn't have liked the story as much. My favorite part was around the middle when she met all the animals. The ending was a cliffhanger(not a bad one), and made you want to read more! I would recommend this book for 6+, people who like adventure, animals, and overall just a good book.