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Dictator. 1994 Dictator
by William F. Wu
First Edition 1994
AvoNova / Avon Books
New York
ISBN 0380765144
Paperback
Cover illustration by Bruce Jensen
Interior illustrations by Matt Elson

232 pages
Price: $4.99

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

Part 4 of Isaac Asimov's Robots in Time series.

Publisher’s Blurb – Lower Cover
THE SPECTACULAR NEW ROBOT SERIES INSPIRED BY THE LATE SCIENCE FICTION GRANDMASTER!

When a renegade robot escapes into the past, only an experimental robot named Hunter and three quickly assembled human experts have a chance to stop him. They must find a desperate robot hiding in the middle of the biggest battle of World War II -- before it destroys all of humanity's future!

But even if they succeed, they have another enemy -- a traitor from their own time who will stop at nothing to capture the missing robot for himself -- even if it means killing them all. In a world of senseless violence, Hunter and his team must outwit Nazi soldiers, Soviet agents, and ruthless scientists to accomplish their mission and survive the time of the -- DICTATOR

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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