A Stolen Weapon
A Rising Enemy
A Change to History
Riley Connor was one of the best skilled mech-pilots in the war between the Expherions and the Supremechs. Now, with the war over, he serves as a Peacemaker, part military, part law enforcement. When a secret weapon is stolen from the abandoned base Stake 47, he is suddenly thrust into a battle not just for the future security of the planet, but of the war he thought over with.
Teamed with Sophie Jones, another highly trained officer and someone he is close to, they seek to discover precisely what this weapon is and what it can do. Also paired with them is Nick Fox, a seasoned war vet, and Grayson Wilder, a rookie exo-suit warrior. Together, the four must not only locate the weapon, but bring the thieves to justice.
All goes haywire when the weapon is activated and an evil thought vanquished returns. Soon, Riley and Sophie find themselves in a place different from the world they left yet also familiar.
From high-flying exo-suit battles to giant mech-bots exchanging missile fire, Mech Apocalypse is an action-packed military sci-fi adventure that will leave you on the edge of your seat!
A.P. Fuchs is the author of many novels and short stories. His most recent books are Axiom-man: Outlaw; Axiom-man: Episode No. 2: Underground Crusade; Getting Down and Digital: How to Self-publish Your Book; Look, Up on the Screen! The Big Book of Superhero Movie Reviews; Canadian Scribbler: Collected Letters of an Underground Writer; and Redemption of the Dead, the third book in his time travel zombie trilogy.
Also a cartoonist, he is known for his superhero series, The Axiom-man Saga, both in novel and comic book format.
Fuchs's main website is www.canisterx.com
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This story has the depth and pacing of an excited twelve year old boys fevered action fantasy. This is not a good thing. The characters are one dimensional and lifeless. The plot has more holes than an old worn fishing net, and the action is worse than a Saturday morning GIJoe cartoon. I want my money back. This story sucked so bad I feel cheated. A note to the writer: Please! Please, stop writing!