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LIKE A MIRACLE

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by: Bruce McRae
Books with a 5 star rating  (1)
Publication Date: August 16, 2013
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 247
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781620306482
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Book Synopsis
"Commander, that bright light!"
"Yes; Guillotine is dead...and..."

Decades after Giant Robot saved mankind from the terrible alien invader, Emperor Guillotine and his giant monsters, new threats walk the Earth. The multi-billionaire media mogul, Mursoro, who parades around as a philanthropist, rivals Emperor Guillotine in his ruthless quest for total domination of mankind. Humanity once again needs a savior.
Far away from Earth, a spark of hope comes to life; simultaneously a great evil blossoms forth from the abyss. On Earth, Johnny Sokko, Mari, Jerry Mano and others lead underground lives. Constantly on the run from would be assassins.
On the remnants of a long forgotten, seemingly uninhabited island, a great darkness blossoms. It rages toward the rest of the world.
One human begs for help, a miracle, into a transmitter worn on his wrist. A response begins to take shape, in multiple dimensions, in a land where Guillotine obliterated an entire race eons ago.
Customer Comments
John Bailor
Posted: November 17, 2013
Customer comment 5 star rating
GIANT ROBOT, DON'T GO. I NEED YOU HERE!

Johnny Sokko and His Flying Robot was my favorite childhood television series, so when I saw a post about this book by the author, I had to get it. It's a well thought out, original story and a great way to spend more time with some old friends. There are also new characters and monsters threatening Earth.

There are some typos, such as Jerry Mano's character being referred to as U7 (Johnny Sokko was U7, Jerry was U3), and the formatting isn't the usual newspaper left-and-right justification, but this story touched on so much of the television series that I didn't care.

If you found this book, you're obviously a Giant Robot fan and you owe it to yourself to grab a copy of this book. DO YOU HEAR?

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