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LEVIATHAN WAKES - James S.A. Corey (2011)

Excellent science fiction needs two things: a great story and great ideas. Leviathan Wakes doesn’t offer much of both.

The universe it portrays feels small and not fully fleshed out – the only science that is tackled more or less thoroughy is g-acceleration, and it’s mentioned ad nauseam. 300 more words


THE PRICE OF SPRING - Daniel Abraham (2009)

When I ended this book – and with it the series – my cheeks were moist with tears, and my lips formed a broad smile. It is one of the faces of happiness I take most delight in, and it is rare. 439 more words


AN AUTUMN WAR - Daniel Abraham (2008)

The third in the series, and one of the better books I’ve ever read, and probably the best of the series so far. Surprising, emotional, compassionate, deep, character driven, moving, and utterly original. 89 more words


A BETRAYAL IN WINTER - Daniel Abraham (2007)

A Betrayal in Winter is the second book of the Long Price Quartet. For once this is a book of which the raving back cover blurbs are all true. 191 more words


A SHADOW IN SUMMER - Daniel Abraham (2006)

From the first pages on, you know this book is going to be something extraordinary: it grips you, and both the world as the characters are utterly convincing, from the moment they are put to the page. 346 more words


A Game of Thrones Volume 1

by George R.R. Martin, Daniel Abraham (adapted), Tommy Patterson (Illustrator)
Hardcover EditionRead July 27, 2015

Original Release Date:  March 27, 2012

Length: 240pages… 700 more words