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10 thoughts on “Godzilla vs. the Robot Monsters

  1. Travis Travis says:

    Bit too much angst as the various pilots for the robots deal with emotional issues and whatnot.But, eventually they suck it up and go fight some monsters These books do a nice job of reminding us that Godzilla and company are massive forces of nature that we puny mortals have little chance of stopping That sense of awe mixed with some cool fight scenes save us from the author s constant delusion that we bought these books looking for strong characterization.We want to read about giant monsters Bit too much angst as the various pilots for the robots deal with emotional issues and whatnot.But, eventually they suck it up and go fight some monsters These books do a nice job of reminding us that Godzilla and company are massive forces of nature that we puny mortals have little chance of stopping That sense of awe mixed with some cool fight scenes save us from the author s constant delusion that we bought these books looking for strong characterization.We want to read about giant monsters and robots fighting each other and busting lots of stuff up


  2. Robb Bridson Robb Bridson says:

    Well, by this point we re at the bottom of the barrel for new monsters Aside from the robots that make sense together Mechagodzilla, MOGUERA, and Mecha Ghidorah we are stuck with Baragon and Fire Rodan a ridiculous and unnecessary version of Rodan that makes thematic sense in the movie it s in but belongs nowhere else Anguirus is defeated by MOGUERA and put in a cage by the Russians Mechagodzilla and er Native American magic are Baragon s enemies And the robots have to team up Well, by this point we re at the bottom of the barrel for new monsters Aside from the robots that make sense together Mechagodzilla, MOGUERA, and Mecha Ghidorah we are stuck with Baragon and Fire Rodan a ridiculous and unnecessary version of Rodan that makes thematic sense in the movie it s in but belongs nowhere else Anguirus is defeated by MOGUERA and put in a cage by the Russians Mechagodzilla and er Native American magic are Baragon s enemies And the robots have to team up with Godzilla against Mecha Ghidorah, who is controlled by the new Khan of Mongolia who wants to conquer the world As was true of the third book, most of this is tossed at us in the last 20% of the book.Oh, and all the robots are piloted by teens Because YA novel.Well, for the overview of the series PROS Godzilla Some interesting pseudo science stuff in the first couple books Decent monster fights sometimes A lot of detail on military strategy and technology if you re into that I m not Some silly stuff.CONS Human characters that are at best boring, at worst pointless Rush Limbaughesque political rants thrown in to the narrative for no reason Rushed, sometimes counterclimatic endings As much as Godzilla novels sounded like a great idea to me and I thought I d be left wantingnah the first two were okay, looking past the YA stuff and the third had me too fatigued to even tolerate the annoyances of the fourth Maybe it s appropriate that the universe assumes Godzilla King of the Monsters was real, as that is the Americanized movie, stripping much of the original meaning from Gojira This is an Americanized Godzilla There s not much metaphoric meaning in the stories themselves or the monsters The political undertone of the main story is the continuation of Cold War thought after the Cold War, along with a lot of mindless Yay capitalism cheerleading in place of the usual innovative ways human characters accomplished things in the movies.And after the second book, it looked like the sequel to every American action blockbuster Let s just keep adding franchise monsters until we run out Maybethan anything the books meaning is meta 90s America, where neoliberalism, neoconservatism, and the desperate attempt to keep the 80s going , ,defined us


  3. Will Teich Will Teich says:

    Utter batshit insanity I love it Mongolia somehow re purposes the corpse of an Alien monster into a gigantic combat cyborg and uses it to take over China.


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Godzilla vs. the Robot Monsters ❰PDF / Epub❯ ★ Godzilla vs. the Robot Monsters Author Marc Cerasini – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk World of Fandom magazine praised Marc Cerasini as an impressive voice, calling his previous novel, Godzilla At World s End, an epic adventure that has the flavor of a Tom Clancy, Jules Verne, and Edga World of Fandom magazine praised Marc Cerasini the Robot PDF/EPUB ¿ as an impressive voice, calling his previous novel, Godzilla At World s End, an epic adventure that has the flavor of a Tom Clancy, Jules Verne, and Edgar Rice Burroughs story all rolled into Godzilla vs. ePUB ´ one In Cerasini s next imaginative tale, the battered nations of the world prepare to fight back against Godzilla by constructing a pair of gigantic robotic weapons to be operated by teams of teenage geniuses Unknown to the teams, however, the evil vs. the Robot PDF/EPUB ç three headed dragon King Ghidorah has returned Rebuilt as a cyborg weapon, the creature can only by stopped if the robots now combine their forces and find an ally in the newly awakened Godzilla tm.

  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 320 pages
  • Godzilla vs. the Robot Monsters
  • Marc Cerasini
  • English
  • 07 October 2019
  • 0679888284

About the Author: Marc Cerasini

Best selling author, Marc Cerasini has spent the Robot PDF/EPUB ¿ time on the New York Times and USA Today best seller s lists His writing spans from children s picture books and young adult novels to adult mystery and military nonfiction Along the way, Godzilla vs. ePUB ´ he s managed to ghostwrite for Tom Clancy.


10 thoughts on “Godzilla vs. the Robot Monsters

  1. Travis Travis says:

    Bit too much angst as the various pilots for the robots deal with emotional issues and whatnot.But, eventually they suck it up and go fight some monsters These books do a nice job of reminding us that Godzilla and company are massive forces of nature that we puny mortals have little chance of stopping That sense of awe mixed with some cool fight scenes save us from the author s constant delusion that we bought these books looking for strong characterization.We want to read about giant monsters Bit too much angst as the various pilots for the robots deal with emotional issues and whatnot.But, eventually they suck it up and go fight some monsters These books do a nice job of reminding us that Godzilla and company are massive forces of nature that we puny mortals have little chance of stopping That sense of awe mixed with some cool fight scenes save us from the author s constant delusion that we bought these books looking for strong characterization.We want to read about giant monsters and robots fighting each other and busting lots of stuff up

  2. Robb Bridson Robb Bridson says:

    Well, by this point we re at the bottom of the barrel for new monsters Aside from the robots that make sense together Mechagodzilla, MOGUERA, and Mecha Ghidorah we are stuck with Baragon and Fire Rodan a ridiculous and unnecessary version of Rodan that makes thematic sense in the movie it s in but belongs nowhere else Anguirus is defeated by MOGUERA and put in a cage by the Russians Mechagodzilla and er Native American magic are Baragon s enemies And the robots have to team up Well, by this point we re at the bottom of the barrel for new monsters Aside from the robots that make sense together Mechagodzilla, MOGUERA, and Mecha Ghidorah we are stuck with Baragon and Fire Rodan a ridiculous and unnecessary version of Rodan that makes thematic sense in the movie it s in but belongs nowhere else Anguirus is defeated by MOGUERA and put in a cage by the Russians Mechagodzilla and er Native American magic are Baragon s enemies And the robots have to team up with Godzilla against Mecha Ghidorah, who is controlled by the new Khan of Mongolia who wants to conquer the world As was true of the third book, most of this is tossed at us in the last 20% of the book.Oh, and all the robots are piloted by teens Because YA novel.Well, for the overview of the series PROS Godzilla Some interesting pseudo science stuff in the first couple books Decent monster fights sometimes A lot of detail on military strategy and technology if you re into that I m not Some silly stuff.CONS Human characters that are at best boring, at worst pointless Rush Limbaughesque political rants thrown in to the narrative for no reason Rushed, sometimes counterclimatic endings As much as Godzilla novels sounded like a great idea to me and I thought I d be left wantingnah the first two were okay, looking past the YA stuff and the third had me too fatigued to even tolerate the annoyances of the fourth Maybe it s appropriate that the universe assumes Godzilla King of the Monsters was real, as that is the Americanized movie, stripping much of the original meaning from Gojira This is an Americanized Godzilla There s not much metaphoric meaning in the stories themselves or the monsters The political undertone of the main story is the continuation of Cold War thought after the Cold War, along with a lot of mindless Yay capitalism cheerleading in place of the usual innovative ways human characters accomplished things in the movies.And after the second book, it looked like the sequel to every American action blockbuster Let s just keep adding franchise monsters until we run out Maybethan anything the books meaning is meta 90s America, where neoliberalism, neoconservatism, and the desperate attempt to keep the 80s going , ,defined us

  3. Will Teich Will Teich says:

    Utter batshit insanity I love it Mongolia somehow re purposes the corpse of an Alien monster into a gigantic combat cyborg and uses it to take over China.

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