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The battle has raged for years, with each side gaining in both strength and potency. Bill must fight the alien humans on the battlefield and win, or die trying. Former allies have turned enemies, and trust is lost. When even deadlier threats emerge than ever before, can Bill hope to prevail, or will humanity lose the war?
©2014 Paul Andrulis (P)2015 Paul Andrulis
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5 out of 5 stars
By Ray Johnson on 04-19-18

Kill Bill? I don't think so!!

Bill is back and the Earth and humanity are in more trouble than ever! We have problems like inept politicians, backstabbing robots, and a certain hive mind collection of nanites that can wipe out humanity in a blink. Oh, yeah, there is also the looming presence of the sociopathic human aliens that have decided that humankind are little more than bugs, and they are going to play the roles of exterminators. All of that in just over 2 hours!!

The follow up to Meet Bill doesn't disappoint, and continues to up the danger ante for Bill and his squad of nameless numbers. Paul Andrulis knows how to create a fun scenerio in which mech armor, space marines, and robots do a deadly dance, and here, it seems, he is also putting in everything he can think of that just mkes this more and more fun. This seems to conclude the Bill saga, but more could come later considering how the book ended.

Robert Scarlato continues to bring the pain into Bill's life, but in a really cool way. He puts you right in the thick of the action, and does some great robotic voices. It seems like he was ever the professional, as this is some of his earlier work. Even though I did receive a promo code for this review it in no way influenced my considerations of the material, and in fact, inspired me to be more honest. In fact, getting a code generally makes me harsher as a reviewer as I am more often concerned what someone like Me will decide based on my review.

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