Drakon

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Baen, Jan 1, 1996 - Fiction - 416 pages
13 Reviews
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THE COP: Detective-Lieutenant Henry Carmagio had seen plenty of blood, both in Cambodia, and in twenty years of police work. He'd never seen anything like the Warehouse Massacre.

That was just the beginning. Something was loose in his city, something inhuman that walked among us, killing with the easy precision of a leopard in a flock of sheep. There was no one else to track it down. And if he didn't it would kill and kill again - until the whole world was its hunting ground.

THE DRAKA: Gwendolyn Infolfsson had been too close to the molehole experiment when it went wrong and hurled her into a parallel Earth filled with billions of antique humans. As a member of the Draka Master Race, genetically engineered to dominate unmodified humans, her duty was clear: call home. Build a molehole device in this universe and establish a bridgehead for the Race to come through. It had been a while since the Draka had an opportunity for conquest. Bring through a couple of orbital battle stations and the locals would be ... what was that expression she'd read? ah, yes.

Toast.

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Review: Drakon (Draka #4)

User Review  - Jonathan Palfrey - Goodreads

This is about an almost-invulnerable superbeing from the future who arrives in our present (more or less) and goes around ruthlessly killing people, pursued by a somewhat more vulnerable adversary ... Read full review

Review: Drakon (Draka #4)

User Review  - Steven - Goodreads

I don't like where this book takes the *series*, but the book itself is a pretty good read. It seems the series is dead anyway. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (1996)

Stephen Michael Stirling is a French-born Canadian-American science fiction and fantasy author. His Birthday is September 30, 1953. He has lived in several countries and currently resides in the United States in New Mexico with his wife. He is probably best known for his Draka series of novels and his more recent time travel/alternate history Nantucket series and Emberverse series.

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