Publish date: January 26th 2010
Publisher: Night Shade Books
Pages no: 307
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Urban Fantasy
, Speculative Fiction
, Sequential Art
Series: Bel Dame Apocrypha (#1)
Series: Bel Dame Apocrypha #1 Picture an alien world with two suns colonized by humans from various Islamic sects where two major world powers have been at war for the last three hundred years over religious differences. There are “shifters” and people literally have bug technology. The doctors ar...
Really enjoyed this. Hurley's far-future novel sees a number of Islamically-inflected societies locked in a centuries-old holy war on a distant desert planet. Refreshingly, the novel's focus isn't on the war (although it does inflect and affect everything that goes on in the novel) but on a woma...
Oh, book, where have you been all my life? Your bug magic, shifter infested wasteland locked in unending war is such a breath of fresh air. “I know all about you. You’re an ungodly, sex-crazed woman.” Goodness did I love this book. This messy, violent, beautiful book. I heart this book so har...
Skip the first part and its five chapters. That’s all you need to know about Hurley’s God’s War. Trust me. Oh, you need more. I guess I could… Imagine a futuristic world, a planet—not Earth, think Arrakis without the worms—where two countries are at a war with each other. And it’s a holy war tha...
Five stars for world-building and for Hurley's pugnacious approach to showing-not telling. Everyone was fighting each other, but I found myself not really caring, not having anyone to barrack for. The gore, torture, bugs and lack of emotional weight made this not the book for me.
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