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Warrior. 1993 Warrior
by William F. Wu
First Edition 1993
AvoNova / Avon Books
New York
ISBN 0380765128
Cover illustration by Bruce Jensen
Interior illustrations by Matt Elson

228 pages
Price: $4.99

Warrior, a Robot novel by William F. Wu based the stories of Isaac Asimov.

Part 3 of Isaac Asimov's Robots in Time series.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover

MC Governor, the largest and most intelligent experimental robot ever built, knew its destruction was imminent. It used the Third Law of Robotics -- A robot must protect its own existence -- to break itself down into six smaller robots and scatter them throughout Earth's past.

What MC Governor didn't realize was that time travel would cause a change in its molecular structure. Now, if its six parts are not found and returned to their own time, the robots will explode in a nuclear inferno, altering the future forever!

Only a robot named Hunter and a team of human experts can locate and recover the part of MC Governor lost in the chaos of the Roman Empire's collapse. Their target is a robot who will risk all of history to escape them. A robot turned -- WARRIOR

Toward the end of his career, the late science fiction genius Isaac Asimov explored the concept of robots and time travel. His work inspired this new series -- an adventure across time authorized by Asimov himself.

By Hugo and Nebula Award nominee William F. Wu

Featuring a databank of illustrations by award-winning computer artist Matt Elson

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