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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
A.M.P.D.: Artificial Military Prosthetics Division is a work of fiction in the science fiction and military subgenres, and was penned by author Thomas Hraynyk. The work is best suited to the mature reading audience owing to the presence of graphic violence and sexual content as well as the use of explicit language throughout and some very graphic medical/surgical scenes. As the title suggests, the story focuses on surgical modifications made to soldiers who have suffered in service to their country. We follow protagonist Chase on his journey to adjust to his new limbs, new compatriots, and a dangerous mystery that keeps getting deeper the more he tries to solve it.
Author Thomas Hraynyk presents a gritty, action-packed exploration of what science may be able to do for the military and injured soldiers in the future, with both the benefits and the dire costs developed in an exciting, no-holds-barred narrative style. Provided you can stomach the medical side and the cinematically gory violence, the work delivers an excellent, fast-paced plot with a lot of chances for the central cast to get creative with their new appendages and hidden abilities. Parts of the novel feel like being immersed in a really cool video game, such is the quality of Hraynyk’s writing as he brings us up close to the action. Military fiction fans will find plenty of references and ideas developed and woven into this highly original science fiction piece, and as such, I’d certainly recommend A.M.P.D.: Artificial Military Prosthetics Division for fans of both these blockbuster genres.