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New York 1992 Hard cover First edition. New in new dust jacket. (s7-5) 1st edition Hardback Book is brand new in Near Mint cond, with dj in Near Mint cond. Sewn binding. Cloth ... over boards. With dust jacket. 256 p. Audience: General/trade. Read more Show Less

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Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
In this sequel to his well-received first novel Weapon , Mason again weaves SF into a techno-thriller plot to produce a fast-moving action-adventure novel. Having faked his own destruction at the end of Weapon , killer-robot-with-heart Solo goes into hiding in a Central American village. But gung-ho Admiral Finch and his computer-hack partner Brooks learn that Solo is still loose and plan a search-and-destroy mission. The robot heads for New York to contact the other killer robot in development, Nimrod, which is currently in trainingwhat does this mean? under the malevolent Colonel Sawyer, who uses electronic pain to reinforce instruction.better?ss /now i get it/ pre Meanwhile, Solo's creator, Bill Stewart, has determined to save Solo, Nimrod and himself from the clutches of the military. Sawyer and Finch want to use Nimrod to trap and destroy Solo; Solo wants to save Nimrod and teach him to become a freethinking individual; and the novel hurtles toward a violent climax. The action is quick and entertaining, Solo is a likable personality and Mason handles the character relationships with panache, but most of the plot twists and angles are moribund and cliched. Not a bad diversion, but little else. BOMC featured alternate; QPB alternate. (May)
Library Journal
In Weapon (Putnam, 1989), military scientists created Solo, a fully sentient robot equipped with access to most other computers on earth, who became a hero in a present-day morality drama. Learning what killing is, the robot opted out of the warrior role and ran away. As Solo begins, a second robot, Nimrod, is built to track and eliminate the runaway. Meanwhile, Solo wants to rescue Nimrod from his military owners. Roaming the country from New York to Florida, Solo makes friends such as Laura, a victimized New Yorker turned bag lady, and Adrian, a jolly Florida pot farmer. Solo's physical powers, far beyond anything available to robotics experts today, trivialize the obstacles he meets and lessen the fun of Mason's creative description of the robot's computing skills. Additional problems are the impossibly callous villains and the plot's dependence upon the earlier book. Otherwise, this is a glorious human-machine adventure. Purchase where such books circulate well.-- Elsa Pendleton, Boeing Computer Support Svces., Ridgecrest, Cal.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780399137341
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
  • Publication date: 3/11/1992
  • Pages: 256
  • Product dimensions: 20.00 (w) x 20.00 (h) x 20.00 (d)

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