The U.S. military has constructed the ultimate war machine--Solo. A state-of-the-art masterpiece of high technology, he walks, thinks and looks like a man. He is so superior in every way that he could render all weaponry obsolete--except that his superior faculties also include a sense of justice!
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My reaction to reading this novel in 1997. Spoilers may follow. This book probably wasn’t appreciated as much as it could be in the wake of James Cameron’s Terminator films which also deal with ... Read full review
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