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T2: Rising Storm (T2, 2) (英語) マスマーケット – 2003/5/27

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A well-regarded author of alternate history science-fiction novels, S.M. Stirling has written more than twenty-five books, including acclaimed collaborations with Anne McCaffrey, Jerry Pournelle, and David Drake. His most recent novels are T2: Infiltrator, The Peshawar Lancers, and the Island in the Sea of Time trilogy.

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“Excellent … Anyone who liked the Terminator movies will love this book.” (Publishers Weekly (starred review))

“A feast of technical ingenuity, wry wit, offbeat characterization, and furious, convincing action.” (Booklist)

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  • マスマーケット: 544ページ
  • 出版社: Harper Voyager; Reprint版 (2003/5/27)
  • 言語: 英語
  • ISBN-10: 038080817X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0380808175
  • 発売日: 2003/5/27
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 未来からの潜入者が面白いと感じた方はすんなり読んでしまうでしょう。しかし、未来からの潜入者の単調なテンポは前作でもううんざりという方には 今回もまったく同じようなテンポなのでオススメできないかもしれません。
 でもターミネーター2のちょっとした人や物についてのサブストーリー、その後なども色々書いていたりするので、「なるほどこういう事だったのか~」と思えるのがこの本のよいところだと思います。 2のキャラのその後が気になるなら読んでみて損は無いと思う。(ただし未来からの潜入者を読まないとさっぱりわからないと思う。)
 3が公開されたら この本と3の女ターミネーターの違いを見比べてみるのも楽しそうですね。
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前作「未来からの潜入者」は、アクションとドラマが絶妙な配合で描写されていて、本当にターミネーターの続編!という気になれたけど、これは「ターミネーター」っていうより、「ユニバーサル・ソルジャー」でしょう。T−800達が、軍隊みたいな戦法を取る場面は思わず笑ってしまった。

主人公のサラやディーターの言う事を信じる人間が増えすぎて、緊張感があまり無くなってしまった事も痛い。

誰も信じてくれない状況下で、未来からやってっきた機械と戦う、というのが、「ターミネーター」の良さだったのに・・・
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投稿者 antiman 投稿日 2003/7/25
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やっぱ駄目だね。
「未来からの潜入者㊤」でも述べたがターミネーター共が
弱すぎる。
映画版のT1のターミネーターはタンクローリーごと爆破され
上半身と下半身が千切れてもなお頑張り続けた。
T2ではT800が1000にボコボコにされ鉄パイプで体を貫かれて一時ダウン
したがそれでも指令を真っ当した。
それに比べて本編の鉄クズ(ターミネーター)共はだらしがない。
ターミネーターが人間より弱いなんて俺は認めん。
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Amazon.com: 5つ星のうち HASH(0x8db1460c) 22 件のカスタマーレビュー
10 人中、9人の方が、「このレビューが参考になった」と投票しています。
5つ星のうち HASH(0x8d6c1534) I hope there is another in the series 2002/7/12
投稿者 Allen - (Amazon.com)
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I must say that this book was hard to put down. Only the heat of the sun by the pool caused me stop and seek somewhere more cool. This book continues, where Infiltrator left off. I enjoyed the little references to present day events and trivia (star wars fans will find it amusing). I feel that the author really tried to be true to some aspect of time travel (if thats possible) and the way the original timeline keeps trying to reestablish itself. Saying more, would give away to much. Needless to say, it was an interesting twist in the tale.
Anyway, if you enjoyed Infiltrator, you will look forward to reading Rising Storm (although, the title as very close Approaching Storm for the star wars buffs...same concept?)
You must however read Infiltrator first to truly get into this book. I hope there is more in the series, since there were some loose ends that were not tied up.
11 人中、9人の方が、「このレビューが参考になった」と投票しています。
5つ星のうち HASH(0x8d6c4aec) exciting action-adventure "Terminator" thriller 2002/7/9
投稿者 カスタマー - (Amazon.com)
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Twice Sarah Connor and her son John have been able to prevent Judgment Day, the time when Skynet becomes sentient and declares war on its creators the human race. After the last attack on Cyberdyne, the company that was started to create the Skynet program, the American government took the project away from the independent contractor and placed it in the hands of scientists hidden away in a top secret installation in Antarctica.

One of the scientists on the base is an Infiltrator, an organic computer in human form that wants to make sure that Skynet will come into existence. John and Sarah Connor and their ally and good friend, ex-spook Dieter Von Rossbach have put into place a group of people who will be ready to fight when Judgment day arrives and the machines try to annihilate humanity. When the Connors and Dieter learn about the base in Antarctica, they prepare themselves to once more go up against an enemy determined to destroy them.

T2: RISING STORM stays true to the story line developed in the Terminator movies and takes the plot one step closer to the day the Skynet computer becomes sentient. Although this is an exciting action-adventure thriller, it is also human relationship drama. The mother-son bond between Sarah and John is beautiful to witness and the audience truly feels sorry for the lives they must lead if they want to prevent the extinction of mankind.

Harriet Klausner
3 人中、3人の方が、「このレビューが参考になった」と投票しています。
5つ星のうち HASH(0x8d6c78dc) Quite literate continuation of the Terminator saga 2003/7/22
投稿者 Neal Reynolds - (Amazon.com)
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There are points in T2 INFILTRATOR and in this current book that I especially like.
One is the fact that the present day characters are now on their own with no help from robots from the future. Then there is the nature of villains they face...not robots programmed to kill but cyborgs with some human qualities (but not those that will make them more likeable) directing terminators. There's the slow progress being made by Skynet which prompts changing strategies on the part of our heroes. Finally, we have the philosophical theories concerning time which suggests that any attempts to change the future are defeated by the nature of times itself. Rather a fatalistic, pre-deterministic stance, but interesting.
Both of these volumes are highly recommended.
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5つ星のうち HASH(0x8d6c7cc0) A worthy sequel 2003/7/23
投稿者 DRB999 - (Amazon.com)
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Stirling's follow up to Infiltrator is not quite as good but it still provides plenty of thrills. Dieter Von Rossbach, ex-Sector agent and template for the T-101 Terminator, is a worthy addition to the Terminator mythos. He's an excellent character and a role model for future savior of humanity John Connor. Lots of action and features a twist to the creation of Skynet that was unexpected. Loads of action and character development for John Connor. The villian is not quite as interesting as her predecessor and this detracts from the enjoyment of the novels but she's still effective enough. Cameos by two characters from the first two films may bring a smile to your face. Stirling's prose is quick moving and engaging and he knows how to write thrilling action. He knows the characters of Sarah and John Connor quite well. This is shaping up to be an excellent sci-fi trilogy. Terminator 3 Rise of the Machines invalidates the trilogy since it's continuity conflicts with what's laid out here but that's no fault of Stirling. And it will not affect the readers enjoyment of this novel or the first one.
1 人中、1人の方が、「このレビューが参考になった」と投票しています。
5つ星のうち HASH(0x8d6c7db0) Second Act of Three in the Trilogy 2014/11/25
投稿者 Geoffrey F. Arnold - (Amazon.com)
I have reviewed "Infiltrator", so this is my review of the second outing of the trilogy...

Stirling is an easy read. His writing style is not overly fluffy or bloated, so these books, thus far, are not difficult. This "lighter" style makes things flow smoother, and quicker, even during the slower portions of the story. But that is not always a good thing.

And therein lies the issue with the second "act" of this three act play. The tedium of filling space when you "need" to draw out the story so it will end where you want it to (but not necessarily where it should). This story was clearly designed to be three parts. That is fine, but I would have expected this second outing to take on a snowball effect, gathering momentum, building up steam, as it progressed.

Nope. It actually gets bogged down with so much set up for the final sequences of this part of the story arc that I began to not care. The inclusion of a couple of the two dimensional characters, one of which was "necessary" to set up the events that will clearly be involved in the final act of this arc, seemed almost gratuitous just to fill space.

Now, before I continue, please understand, this is not a BAD read. It just gets a bit frustrating along the way, waiting for Stirling to unfold the plot elements and move the story forward.

A couple sub plots in this portion of the tale seemed so irrelevant that I couldn't understand why they were even included (space fillers). They were trite, they were not doing anything for the substance of the story, and they ended without any contribution to furthering understanding, except in part to reiterate a point made too many times in the first book, and here again in the second: The Connors had to deal with some bad people. Got it... again.

Now, if these bad people had anything to do with moving the story forward, that would have been fine. Other elements, to be fair, and some "sidebar" mentions, were relevant, were important.

Some have complained that the main villain was sub par. But to me, it was actually very telling of how Skynet completely misunderstands humanity - the strength of organics against machines. The main villain here, Clea, saw Serena (her "mother" in the first book) as flawed; but she, a clone, was moreso, and HER clone was even more irrational. This is the only plot points I am giving away.

This detail, whether intentional or not, made this installment work, even if it was a bit maddening at times. We get inside the mind of the enemy, knowing the Connors have no clue HOW they work, just that they are aware they are at work. And we see the copies are never quite as good as the originals (try photocopying something, then copy the copy, and then copy that copy - you'll quickly see what I mean).

At the end of the day, Stirling took too long to bring us to the point, three elements, which should have occurred much earlier in this second installment, and the conclusion of this installment could have and should have been the beginning of the war.

Which means... ah, I guess you'll have to wait until I finish the final book "Future War", to know what I think about the whole story arc. I will give a review AND a concluding commentary then.
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