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Nathan W. Hasenstein "bighazz" (Manchester, Missouri United States)

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Mechwarrior 03 By Blood Betrayed
Mechwarrior 03 By Blood Betrayed
by Blaine Lee Pardoe
Edition: Mass Market Paperback
21 used & new from CDN$ 0.01

4.0 out of 5 stars Pardoe does it again!, Oct. 12 2003
Blaine Lee Pardoe hits us again with another great book. Even though the title gives away part of the story line, you never truley expect the way this book turns out and the main character is another one that people can relate to. I recomend this book to anyone who likes sci-fi, action adventure, or just a good plot.

Battletech 48 Measure Of A Hero
Battletech 48 Measure Of A Hero
by Blaine Lee Pardoe
Edition: Mass Market Paperback
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5.0 out of 5 stars Hero's Come out on top, March 5 2003
With the introduction of Archer Christifori, hero created by the clan wars, the battletech universe is given one more character that rises to the top. This book gives great insight into Archer, his friends, and his enemies. The news clippings at the chapter breaks also gives us something to compare with and can see how what happens to Archer is related throughout the Federated Commonwealth. This book is action packed and the ending might not be completely unexpected, but it still had it's own surprises.

Battletech 55 Operation Audacity
Battletech 55 Operation Audacity
by Series Battletech
Edition: Mass Market Paperback
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5.0 out of 5 stars Archer's Return, March 5 2003
When I bought this book, I had recently finished reading Measure Of A Hero which tells us how Archer Christifori got involved in the civil war. What attracted me to these books was Archer's character. This book brought some serious issues to light and Archer was definitly the person to deal with them. This book also brings forth the tragedy of war. Archer knew that going in and he also knew that he could be one of those casalties. But they did it because they had to. The action is always there and the book keys in on not only Archer's character, but also Adam Steiner. By the end of the book, We see changes in the attitudes on both sides. They all learn to respect each other and some become friends even though they are on opposite sides of he civil war.

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