am 23. Oktober 1997
Bolo's are basicly what tanks will become if they are not skiped over by other technologys in the future. They are fortresses on treads that in their later desighns are self aware and massivly powerfull. In this book you learn alot about bolos over a wide span of time and will see the absoulute power and rage of a bolo. though the books are obviously fiction you will find you self memorizing all the detales of their weapons, personalities and variose designes and you will no doubt find you self comparing bolos to every thing thinking "Yea thats cool but it couldn't stand up to a mark XXV!"
am 14. Januar 1998
Once again a perfect read. If you enjoy heroism, honor, and characters you miss when done with a book, this is one for you. The Bolo series is one of the best for any genre, and THE best in military sci-fi. If you liked Hammer's Slammers you will love the bolos. This series has an addictive quality, don't start it before final exams, or tax return time!! Mechanized warriors with traits we should all strive towards. I wish I were a Bolo.
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am 22. Februar 2000
Though not as potent as the previous installment, Book 4 consists of a more balanced mix of the two themes of Bolodom: Guns and Glory. Book Three obviously is the emotional peice of this anthology, Book 4 delivers some touchy-feely stuff as well. The terror one feels in The Traitor as the reliable Bolo succumbs to damage is a shade away from compelling, but still a darn good read. The most technically engrossing as well as touching (and, I believe, the best) account of this book was the yarn of team Shiva. All in all, a good book.