Gears of Troy, Book 1
Daniel Pierce combines technology with the human body and both go well in the story. The story begins with the description of the naval Officer whole loses his hand in a mishap and luckily Troy Weston lives in the world of wonders in which the doctors provide with him with a robotic hand far more powerful than his human hand and the greatest loss in life turns out to be a gain for him as he becomes a being that could achieve the impossible.
The frequent use of technology in the novel shows a bit of similarity with writer’s other books like Future Reborn and Future Reshaped in these books the writer has described the revolutions that science has brought in the life of a man.
The story joins the present troy with the mythical past of the Greek world where Troy is taken through a portal as he tries to reach the coastline where he has to spend his childhood.
As the wind settles after the storm Troy finds another survivor on a wreck and as he saves her he observes that she is not an ordinary woman, she is one of a kind stuff and all equipped for the battle.
Thus the story has everything you can dream of old ancient myths, modern technology, devastating fight scenes and beautiful women that can make you stunned. Alexander Cendese’s narration is up to the standards of the novel and thus suits well.
The writer changes the way he delivers the words when the story moves toward the Greek side of the world which is a brilliant stroke from his side and makes the impression of narration better.
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