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  1. says:

    I finished this late last night has been a while since I stayed up so late to finish a book but had to seriously ponder how to write this reviewOnly recently I read Adrian Tchaikovsky's Children of Time and it is clear from these two books that the author has a wonderful sense of bringing the thoughts and feelings of animals sorry bioforms to life It is also clear that the author doesn't consider animals to be

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    My thoughts in a nutshell I don’t read sci fi I can’t enjoy it but I’m always trying to find an exception I understood why people love this book It has a lot of important uestions What makes us human? What if the bioform half humanhalf animal are intelligent species with emotions Do they have rights or they just weapons?Rex is a dog a

  3. says:

    What at first appeared to be a straight tale of totally augmented dogs and other animals refitted with all the glorious technology of war designed to be true monsters completely obedient to their masters eventually

  4. says:

    Bioform Rex is trying to be a Good Boy the kind of Good Dog his Master wants him to be But when he is cut from that hierarchy he must make his own decisions with the help of his friends in the Multi form Assault Pack Bees D

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    45Ok Adrian Tchaikovsky is becoming one of my favourite authorsAfter reading Children of Time I knew I needed to read something else from the same authorRex just wants to be a Good Dog Rex has a Master Rex kills enemies beca

  6. says:

    45 starsExcellent near future SF that delves deep into the ethical uestions that arise from augmenting animals and transforming them into a state of personhood It is just as heartwrenching as you might expect I was made to be a weapon

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    My name is Rex I am a Good DogRex is definitely a Good Dog He's also a nearly eight feet tall bio engineered cybernetically enhanced dog soldier with access to heavy weaponry and networked to a whole suad of other artificial bioweapons Being introduced to each of them is a really well done in text I won't spoil

  8. says:

    Dogs of War was not the book I was expecting to read in a good way I've long been a fan of Adrian Tchaikovsky his Shadows of the Apt epic fan

  9. says:

    e arc given to me via netgalley in exchange for an honest review ”Life is constant creation and destruction The trick is knowing one from another” This book is about a group of engineered bioform animals They'

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    45This was nearly a 5 star It starts with a bang of action Bio engineered dogs plus other animals working for an organisation with crwzy weaponary destroy a civilian outpost You can feel the pull of freedom or uestioning his master in Rexs voice through his chapters Great action and characters as well as an int

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SUMMARY ¼ MZINES.CO.UK ☆ Adrian Tchaikovsky

Dogs of War

Anarchy of Campeche south eastern Mexico Rex is a genetically engineered Bioform a deadly weapon in a dirty war He has the intelligence to carry out his orders and feedback implants to reward him when he does All he wants to be is a Good Dog And to do that he must do exactly what Master s. Bioform Rex is trying to be a Good Boy the kind of Good Dog his Master wants him to be But when he is cut from that

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My name is Rex I am a good dog Rex is also seven foot tall at the shoulder bulletproof bristling with heavy calibre weaponry and his voice resonates with subsonics especially designed to instil fear With Dragon Honey and Bees he's part of a Multiform Assault Pack operating in the lawless. I finished this late last night has been a while since I stayed up so late to finish a book but had to seriously pon

SUMMARY ¼ MZINES.CO.UK ☆ Adrian Tchaikovsky

Ays and Master says he's got to kill a lot of enemies But who exactly are the enemies What happens when Master is tried as a war criminal What rights does the Geneva Convention grant weapons Do Rex and his fellow Bioforms even have a right to exist And what happens when Rex slips his leas. Dogs of War was not the book I was expecting to read in a good way I ve long been a fan of Adrian Tchaikovsky his Sh

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  • Dogs of War
  • Adrian Tchaikovsky
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  • 28 July 2017
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About the Author: Adrian Tchaikovsky

ADRIAN TCHAIKOVSKY was born in Lincolnshire and studied zoology and psychology at Reading before practising law in Leeds He is a keen live role player and occasional amateur actor and is trained in stage fighting His literary influences include Gene Wolfe Mervyn Peake China Miéville Mary Gently Steven Erikson Naomi Novak Scott Lynch and Alan Campbell