A monk looking for a purpose meets a robot. They both have much to discover from each other, as they tackle the meaning of life.
Short as it is, this book might serve as an introduction to a larger body of work set in the same world, but it also works well alone from other expectations.
I'd love to see more of that world, a sort of solarpunk utopia where suffering, or illness, or poverty, seem very foreign. The robot wants to check in on humanity, to ask them what they need, what the population of wild robots could help them with. What are the need of a society that's got everything? I'm curious. I want to read more.