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Bolt Eaters

Narrated by: Eric Martin
Length: 18 hrs and 1 min
4 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)
Regular price: $39.99
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Eric was happily retired. His consciousness resided inside the body of an advanced android. He had two beautiful female companions, a platoon of war hero friends, and the entire floor of an apartment building to call his own. He had paid his dues, having saved the world during his previous stint in the army, and now he could live out the rest of his life in peace and quiet. As an android, he expected that life to last a very long time.

And then the army came knocking at his door again.

The mission was supposed to be easy. Travel to an alien world on the far side of the galaxy, do some recon, go home. But the operation proved tougher than expected. A whole lot tougher.

Betrayed by one of their own brothers, trapped on an alien world, and reprogrammed to lead an invasion against Earth - one man’s final fight to save the machines that have become more human to him than flesh and blood.

©2018 Isaac Hooke (P)2019 Podium Publishing

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It’s a 10 hour video game script

It’s a 10 hour video game shooting script with teenage sounding robot sex overview.
This story was not written for adult readers.

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Mostly Excellent With One Exception

For me, only one thing marred the excellence and enjoyment of this book; that was having the one African American character Slate be such a cartoonish ghetto stereotype. I understand the value of having at least one character in a team providing comic relief; but I think that can be done without reverting to such common negative stereotype as having a black character's every other word be b...h. I hope that if this story continues, the author can dig deeper and add some depth, realism and humanity to that character.