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Terminator: Dark Futures

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 13, 2003

    A must-have for all Terminator fans!

    This book enhances the pleasure of what fans have come to enjoy about the Terminator series. Russell Blackford has expanded on the concepts introduced in Terminator 1 and 2, and branched off on his own to the intense pleasure of both casual and obsessive Terminator fans. The paradox involved in Time Travel is used in such a manner that the reader, despite his or her expectations, cannot help but thoroughly enjoy the story to the point where he or she will wait eagerly for the second part of the trilogy. The characters ring true to the movies and expand on it, making the reader continue to respect and mourn the characters for the plight they must perpetually face for an ungrateful self-destructive humanity. This is thus far (I have yet to read the second part of it) my favorite Terminator book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 20, 2002

    The T-XA Rules

    This book thoroughly impressed me. It was great to see things from John's perspective. I don't want to give anything away but I have to say the introduction of the T-XA is tight. The T-XA is one bad mama-jama

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