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Revolt of the Innocent
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There isn't much of a country left after the Wars. But this is America, right? There are still highways! And there are still trucks, and there is still the Wolverine Truck Stop and Motor Lodge.
The Wolverine is a place where truckers can go to get a warm meal, sleep in a real bed, and swap their stories about Life on the Road.
But, as Mick the Innkeeper finds out, the Wolverine is not an especially good place to forget about one's past. And Mick used to be a Bolo researcher.
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Michael Goulish is not a fictional character. He is a science fiction writer living in the Republic of Ann Arbor, masquerading as a programmer and sometime machine vision researcher. He does, in fact, live near a graveyard which also happens to be the highest bit of land for miles around.
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"Action-packed; offers an interesting insight into the mental and physical workings of a machine. Bolos were invented by Keith Laumer; this is a somewhat different take." -- Ross Presser, Gloucester City, NJ, USA.
"Heard of this guy. He really is an AI researcher, specifically in the field of machine vision. Has better idea of what automated tanks could be like than anybody had decades ago. Story has good action, better characters than Science Fiction usually does." -- T. C. Lambert, Novi, Michigan.
"Recommended without reservation to any Bolo fan, or anyone who felt for the T-800 in Terminator 2. When our creations become capable of understanding and agonizing over moral judgements, what do we do with them? And, more importantly, what do we owe them?" -- David McMillan, Capac, Michigan, USA.
" Why isn't this story on the shelves? And when are we going to see more? " -- Martin Evans, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
"ATTENTION ALL SF PUBLISHING HOUSES: If you do not immediately initiate a bidding war for Michael Goulish's existing works and future output, then you will be the great losers. The man is a born story-teller. But Micheal, change your protagonist's name, OK?" -- Bill Seward, North Carolina.
"A story worthy of the bolo histories. the bolo seems a bit too smart for the mark it is supposed to represent but it is still an awsome story that I have read many times. VERY worthy of publishing. BLUE" -- bluewolf, ft hood , texas, usa.
"This story rocks! As a Bolo reader and all around sci-fi nut, I highly recommend it to all who see past the "we are alone" veil. Great Job Michael! " -- Misty Aaron.
"Great read for anyone interested in the BOLO universe, or who just likes a great cracklin Sci-Fi yarn with a feel good ending that will bring a tear to your eye. Small enough to be digested at one sitting, big enough to keep you smiling all day long." -- Bob T, Randolph, NJ, USA.
"I loved these stories! I had to limit myself to reading both Johnny Reb and the Air Force One series VERY SLOWLY because I did not want them to end! The visual description, dialogue and especially the inner dialogue of the main character capture the reader in this very human tale set in an all too believable Post End of the World world. This would make an excellent film! (I vote for Susan Sarandon to play Annie.) Great storytelling-- I did not know what would happen next or how the whole thing would end.(My only complaint: That Seattle was one of the first places to be destroyed in the War!) Now I'll just have to join the rest of the fans in waiting for the next story!" -- Rebecca Bush, Seattle, WA USA, Earth.
"Warm and deeply felt characters lead the way, with a nice feel of Michigan, the day after the after. And the thrilling chase had both me and (non-sci-fi-fan) family members on the edge of our seats. Why this is not between covers is a mystery." -- Joshua Peck, Philadelphia, PA, USA.
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