Titolo: Dark Futures (Terminator 2: The New John ...
Casa editrice: I Books
Data di pubblicazione: 2002
Condizione libro: very good
Gently used. Expect delivery in 2-3 weeks. Codice inventario libreria 9780743445115-3
Riassunto: Following the events of Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Sarah Connor and her son, John, had thought they'd been able to alter the timeline so that neither the artificially intelligent satellite SkyNet nor its Terminator killing machines would ever be created. But if they were so successful, why, then, are they now being hunted by yet another Terminator that's traveled back in time to ensure that John never grows up to be the charismatic leader of the few humans who survived Judgment Day? Told from the perspective of John himself, this first volume of The John Connor Chronicles provides insight to the thoughts and fears of a teenager who already knows what Fate has in store for him-and the burdens he has to bear along the path he must travel to become humanity's future savior.
L'autore: Russell Blackford is the author of the seminal Australian cyberpunk story, GLASS REPTILE BREAKOUT, winner of the Ditmar Award for Short Fiction and the Atheling Award for criticism and review. His fiction appears in the recent DREAMING DOWN UNDER, a collection of Australia's best sf and fantasy authors.
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