No surprise the bad guys keep showing up in Paraguay to kill them.
In fact, Infiltrator and Rising Storm, written by veteran SciFi writer, S.M. Stirling, are a much better sequels to Terminator 2 than is the third movie in the series.
The pace of the book is great and able to hold the reader's attention.
I give this book a high rating because I like the story line and it was humor in some parts of the story. the book is not slow it move very well.Published 15 months ago by preston m. woodard
Part two of the T2 trilogy, this book continues the trials of Sarah and John as they try to stay alive, evade the terminator sent back in time to kill them and change the future. Read morePublished on May 3, 2011 by S. Dillicar
"T2 Rising Storm" is the second book in S.M. Stirling three book series set after Terminator 2, as with the first book, Mr. Read morePublished on December 28, 2003 by M. E. Newell
This book is extremely easy to get into as it picks up where the last book left off. You already know most of the characters and begin with a wetted appetite for more terminators! Read morePublished on November 8, 2003 by William Cordill
This was a really bad book. I kept looking back at the cover to see if I could find (in small print) a co-author who had actually written it. Read morePublished on August 23, 2003 by Jay Walker
I really can't recomend this even to people who loved Infiltrator. Which I did. I figured out how it would end less than halfway through. Read morePublished on August 9, 2003 by Kurtis Simpson
What a complete let down after the terrific T2: Infiltrator also by Stirling. This books is a compilation of technobabel crossed with some juvenile fantasy idea of romance that... Read morePublished on March 14, 2003 by D. Smart
After "Infiltrator" the story continues.
The book is wonderful and worth reding. But maybe wait for its paperback edition to come out. Read more