The Weapons – Points of View Two (by Tony Thorne)

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Author: Tony Thorne
Cover Artist: Amanda Kelsey
Length: Novel
Genres: Speculative Fiction
Violence Level: 1.5
Heat Level: 1

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In Points of View, Book One, blind young Londoner, Horace Mayberry, often dreamed of becoming a special agent, and it actually happened.. Using nanotechnology Professor Oscar Freeman fitted him with intelligent eyes, having superhuman properties. After training, Horace, with his mentor, Aubrey Jackson, embarked on a series of adventures causing his remarkable eyes to develop new abilities, as each new situation demanded.

In this sequel, the professor has been developing a new type of weapon, using the intelligent nanotechnology developed for Horace’s eyes, but five of the first six prototypes have been stolen!

Horace, Aubrey Jackson, and a new team member, Harry Jenkins, face deception, intrigue and dangerous adventures as they travel through England and Scotland, to locate and recover two of the weapons. Later, they also visit France and Austria in their quest to recover the rest of the weapons and discover who is behind the robbery. Horace’s experiences cause his dreams to become even more vivid, his personality to further evolve, and his eyes to develop even more amazing abilities, as he needs them, including the ability to interact with the stolen weapons..!

2 reviews for The Weapons – Points of View Two (by Tony Thorne)

  1. DAWNE DOMINIQUE

    This story continues from book one and it is more action packed and detailed regarding Horace Mayberry’s amazing nanotronic eyes. He again discovers new powers using them, starting with something as simple as changing his TV channels without using the remote unit.

    Terrorists steal five new nanotronic weapons developed by Professor Freeman, in his laboratory, and the VPHQ agents must recover them. The situation becomes a world game of who can get their hands on the prototypes, and operate them first. The action occurs in places all over Europe, including New Scotland Yard in London, plus terrorist hideouts in Scotland, France, and Austria. All are connected to sinister billionaire Rudolph Beckmann who wants the prototypes at any expense, but will he succeed? You must read this book to find out.

    Every chapter gets better and you just have to know what is going to happen next. What mayhem will occur, and what amazing new abilities will Horace’s new eyes give him when he needs them. You will be blown away. Not even Horace is prepared for some of his new powers.

    Now I can’t wait for book three, to find out what else Horace’s new eyes can do. There is so much I am leaving out but I don’t want to spoil things for the reader, who will not be disappointed. You will be begging for more, like I am. I’m giving this book 5 stars and thank you Tony for the chance to read your amazing book. ~ Ana Torres, reviewer, USA

  2. DAWNE DOMINIQUE

    In the first book “Points of View,” we met Horace Mayberry, a young man who dreamed of becoming a special agent, but lost his eyesight aged 17. Fortunately, he was selected by Professor Oscar Freeman to be fitted with artificial eyes he had developed, using nanotechnology, which had incredible abilities.

    In this sequel, we rejoin Horace as he discovers the professor has been developing a new type of weapon, using some of the intelligent nanotechnology developed for his eyes, but 5 of the 6 prototypes have been stolen! Horace agrees to help find them and is intrigued to discover his new eyes have even more amazing capabilities, including the ability to interact with the weapons.

    Horace, Captain Aubrey Jackson, and a new team member, Harry, face deception, intrigue and dangerous adventures as they travel through England, France and Austria in their quest to recover all of the weapons and discover who is behind the robbery.

    Will the team be able to find the weapons before they are armed?

    Who is behind the robbery, and why?

    I loved reading this futuristic action packed adventure, full of intrigue and new technology and I, for one, hope that Horace has many more exciting adventures in the future. ~ Susan Keefe, Professional Reviewer

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