Publish date: January 7th 2010
Publisher: Dutton Adult
Pages no: 406
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Speculative Fiction
Series: Daemon (#2)
This was almost a 180 shift from the previous book. Everyone good was now bad and the Daemon and it's minions were now the good guys. And the first 3rd of the book was more of a soapbox preaching about economic philosophies. It wasn't really interesting. Then things got interesting, but it was m...
Ha! I'm listening to the part where Ross is visiting Hank's farm (don't worry, that's not a spoiler)(and I'm cracking up that the reader gave Farmer Hank the voice of Hank Hill ("King of the Hill"))EN EE way...so Hank is explaining how they're using crops and animals to restore the soil and how chic...
3 1/2 starsI glad I got past my dislikes of the first book and gave the sequel a shot. All the annoying things about the last book were almost non-existent in this one. Shows you that experience and a good editor can make an average book to a great book. I love the fact that this was so entertain...
I'd thought the first book was dark, but wow, Freedom (TM) takes it even further. Anyway, high marks on the story, but downgraded to 3 stars because I can't say it was the satisfactory conclusion I expected. I mentioned in the review of Daemon that in the second half of the book everything seemed to...
More fun. To be read after Daemon #1, seems like a two part serial, like one of the movies of long ago.
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