Dog Country

Malcolm F. Cross

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Dog Country

Dog Country A crowdfunded civil war is Azerbaijan s only hope against its murderous dictatorship The war is Edane Estian s only chance to find out if he s than what he was designed to be He s a clone soldier gen

  • Title: Dog Country
  • Author: Malcolm F. Cross
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 324
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A crowdfunded civil war is Azerbaijan s only hope against its murderous dictatorship The war is Edane Estian s only chance to find out if he s than what he was designed to be He s a clone soldier, gengineered from a dog s DNA and hardened by a brutal training regime He d be perfect for the job if an outraged society hadn t intervened, freed him at age seven, and plA crowdfunded civil war is Azerbaijan s only hope against its murderous dictatorship The war is Edane Estian s only chance to find out if he s than what he was designed to be He s a clone soldier, gengineered from a dog s DNA and hardened by a brutal training regime He d be perfect for the job if an outraged society hadn t intervened, freed him at age seven, and placed him in an adopted family Is he Edane Cathy and Beth s son, Janine s boyfriend, valued member of his MilSim sports team Or is he still White Six, serial number CNR5 4853 W6, the untroubled killing machine By joining a war to protect the powerless, he hopes to become than the sum of his parts Without White Six, he ll never survive this war If that s all he can be, he ll never leave it.

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    1. Jim on said:

      This is a very strange book. It’s certainly science fiction and it’s a military science fiction book at that. But, why?You see, the main characters in the book are genetically created dogs. They are not genetically created just to fight because I think I read about other dogs doing non-warfighting things. 2104 or further into our future and apparently genetic engineering has taken off and become common place. So much so, that different variety of animals have been genengineered to have human [...]

    2. Alice on said:

      A crowdfunded war and a group of genetically identical dog-people created as soldiers and emancipated into a world that doesn't understand, or always approve of, them and their talents. What could possibly go wrong?Although there's a fair amount of violence, overall this is a story about coping in a world where you're not normal and don't know how to be.

    3. Will on said:

      This was a great read and one that I will definitely be revisiting in the future. The characters are relatable and do a fantastic job of exploring the human condition, all against the backdrop of dystopian, military sci-fi. Very highly recommended.

    4. Jaffa Kintigh on said:

      And what's a person who's been only really trained for war do after being forcibly taken out of the war? This question is an escalation of the issues raised by the transition of a soldier to civilian life. Conflict arises as the soldier is underprepared for the transition, and the civilians fail to understand the POV of the soldier. This sci-fi tale grasps this scenario and runs with it.By the 22nd Century, genetically engineered, clone soldiers that contain a blend dog and human DNA are made fo [...]

    5. Amber on said:

      Not fitting in is something almost everyone deals with in their lives and it works well with this story. While there are different points of view the main one is Edane a genetically engineered dog solider made and trained for war. But when he's sent back home injured and recovering he finds himself lost like many of his brothers. Edane is free to make his own choices but finds himself lost among a world that doesn't understand him and that he doesn't understand in turn. He's good at war but you [...]

    6. Kate Hanley on said:

      If you haven't read Malcolm F. Cross before, I recommend starting with his short piece, "War Dog" (and its companion, "Marginalized Populations".) It's set in the same universe as this novel and it is a more coherent story. If you don't want to shell out 99 cents for the short story, you can read this novel for free through Prime.Dog Country is unusual in that it leans on the strength of Cross' writing rather than its story. The story -- essentially a neurologically atypical journey of discover [...]

    7. Ryft Sarri on said:

      I had a strange relationship with this book as I was reading it. I enjoyed it, for sure, but there were a few moments that took me longer than normal to bring into focus. There are headers for each section that give you the name of the point-of-view character, but they also have a year that is important to pay attention to. I was lost for a bit as it jumped between two timelines, and I have to say that there was a bit of a disconnect between some of the characters as well.Overall, it was a good [...]

    8. Daniel Watts on said:

      WowSo let me just say it took me a minute to get in with the flow of the book due to it having a jump from character to character at times but over all kept me wanting more. Action packed thrill ride at its finest only complaint I had was there was times a litre visual illustration would have been amazing because iChat to go back a few times and try to really paint what was being said not due to lack of information but these are future times and that LAMW sounds awesome. Keep it up!

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