Army of One
by Mark E. Hendricks
Review by Paul Haggerty
Not Avail Paperback ISBN/ITEM#: 1412063086
Date: 05 November, 2005 List Price $24.00 Amazon US / Amazon UK / Show Article /
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Army of One is a first novel by Mark E. Hendricks. Like many first novels it has its problems, but Hendricks clearly shows that he has some vision and imagination to be explored. Army of One takes place in a universe where Earth has settled colonies on a wide variety of planets across the galaxy. Then when one of those colonies comes back and tries to bomb the mother-world back to the stone-age, Earth decides to take a firmer hand with its offspring. But the galaxy is large, the colonies are scattered, and most of them were very happy living their own lives. But due to years of civil war, the Earth has developed biological enhanced super-soldiers to pursue their interests on Earth and among the stars. As with all wars, the enemy always comes up with new defenses and the Earth is kept busy planning new upgrades to overcome those defenses. As the book opens the latest weapon in the Terran arsenal is the AP-MAT2-X-W, the Advance Prototype Main Assault Telepathic/Telekinetic Experimental Warrior, unit number 0001; or Matti as her friends prefer to call her.
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