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4.4 of 5 stars 4.40  ·  rating details  ·  10 ratings  ·  2 reviews
The universe contains an infinite diversity of sentient life forms. The Sallows intend to rectify this. Genocide is their business, slaughter and mass destruction their entertainment. Constantly engineering and evolving their vast army of androids, they are developing their ultimate Warrior—the Destroyer Series Mark-I (Espion). A blend of blood and machine, this new protot ...more
Kindle Edition, 462 pages
Published November 2011 by Amazon Digital Services
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Kevis Hendrickson
Although it started a little rocky for me, Imperfect Weapon was one of those books that grew on me the further I got into it. The characters weren't very likeable to me in the beginning (partly due to my own bias against some behavioral traits exhibited by certain characters). But once the story got moving, I found myself warming to the players in this story and swept up in the intricate web of events taking place within its milieu.

Speaking of the milieu, I am impressed by the amount of thought
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Jess Mountifield
This was one of those books where I finished and wanted to hear so much more about the characters that I considered writing some fan fiction to make up for the loss I felt.

While I often feel like I miss characters it's rare for me to want to write about them too and that's how amazing the characters in this book are. The people are so life-like and I fell in love with them right away.

The plot was great too and although it really wasn't what I had been expecting I loved what happened and all the
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