Unite and Conquer
by Will Murray
His name was Remo, and he was tying up loose ends.
Start the revolution without them...
Not that things were so hot before, but when a huge earthquake guts Mexico, nobody wants to hang around, especially with all sorts of demonic doings by the barbaric gods of old Mexico, released from hell when the earth ruptured.
Not satisfied with great takeout, the ancient Aztecs are hungry for the lifeblood of the entire continent. It's up to Remo and Chiun to go south of the border and root out the unhuman mind who is uniting downtrodden Indian tribes into a ferocious guerrilla army and leading them into a new dark age of bloodlust and superstition.
Is an army of deathless demons too powerful for even the implacable avatar of Shiva the Destroyer? It's god versus god, with the human race helpless trophies for the victor.
Review: Please, someone get rid of Remo's son! The kid is a geek. This is a below average Mr. Gordons book. Maybe the series has passed him by. In this one, he mostly seems to spend his time in the form of a gigantic statue which walks across Mexico stepping on those Mexicans that are too slow or stupid to move out of the way. A far cry from the killing machine of old.
Unite and Conquer gets the it deserves.