T2: The Future War (T2 #3)
The future war is now. Hiding out in Alaska, Sarah and John Connor, along with ex-counterterrorist agent, Dieter von Rossbach, are playing a waiting game -- trying to live their lives but ever watchful of Cyberdyne Corporation and the possibility of Skynet, the artificial intelligence network destined to destroy the world as we know it. They've fought for years to prevent...more
The story follows what happens next, and neatly closes the time travel circle ...more
Spoilers? They don't matter. You know how this ends. It is nothing more than sci-fi geek porn dictating events that ultimately lead to the same conclusion as the movies you have already watched or the comics that Dark Horse os prepping to release. Humans die, robots ar ...more
Unlike the previous two entries (T2: Infiltrator and T2: Rising Storm), this is not so much the one-on-one of the Connors versus a single Terminator, but is rather humanity versus Skynet which, remember, had become sentient at the end of the last novel. While the beginning of the novel does take place pre-Judgement day, the bulk of it actually takes ...more
I wrestled with if I should give it a single star or not. IT genuinely reads like it was written by a different author, or perhaps didn't see an editor's pen.
Another review pointed out that there is no real plot to it, it just sort of plods along until it's inevitable conclusion.
The series had potential but this book really did let it down, it was somewhat of a chore to finish. More than once I found myself rolling m ...more
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