Publish date: June 26th 2012
Pages no: 595
Edition language: English
Series: Expanse (#2)
Series: The Expanse #2 An enjoyable reread by audio although it certainly took a while. I'm not sure what else to say and I hate writing reviews on my tablet. I suppose I should be grateful I'm not on my phone.
Better than the first. It's got most of the same elements, but instead of the noir mystery aspect this one has hardcore politics. And a non-stereotypical female main character who has agency to spare. And another non-stereotypical female main character who has nothing in common with the other one. A...
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This book was every bit as good as the first in the series. They're long books that don't feel that long when you're reading them. It seemed like in no time flat I had knocked out 100-150 pages without quite realizing it. Holden and the crew of the Roci are back in action, this time finding themse...
I have fallen deep down the well of fanish obsession with this series. Caliban’s War picks up a few month’s after the end of Leviathan Wakes and it’s just Space Opera, Military Sci-Fi awesomeness. However, if the next book also starts with a daughter in peril, I am going to have words with Daniel Ab...