My review of Daniel H. Wilson's novel Robopocalypse appears in the latest issue (#114) of Foundation: The International Review of Science Fiction. It is not a positive review. Here's the concluding paragraph:
"Robopocalypse doesn't offer much of the New (in terms of style or subject matter), and it's not conscious enough of engaging the Old (i.e., of manipulating the tentacles of the SF megatext in dynamic ways). As a stark crowd pleaser, it will sell ample copies and make money for the publisher, and it has already endowed Wilson with the proverbial 'New York Times Bestseller' moniker. Good for him. Bad for good SF."