Halo: The Fall of Reach
Eric Nylund has a Bachelor's degree in chemistry and a Master's degree in chemical physics. He has published five novels: virtual reality thrillers A Signal Shattered and Signal To Noise; contemporary fantasy novels Pawn's Dream and Dry Water (nominated for the 1997 World Fantasy Award); and... show more
Eric Nylund has a Bachelor's degree in chemistry and a Master's degree in chemical physics. He has published five novels: virtual reality thrillers A Signal Shattered and Signal To Noise; contemporary fantasy novels Pawn's Dream and Dry Water (nominated for the 1997 World Fantasy Award); and the science fantasy novel A Game of Universe. Nylund attended the 1994 Clarion West Writer's Workshop. He lives near Seattle on a rain-drenched mountain with his wife, Syne Mitchell.
Publish date: June 28th 2011
Publisher: Tor Books
Pages no: 448
Edition language: English
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Series: Halo (#1)
Like I said in my review of the movie based on this book, I've never played any of the Halo games. I got this because I'd heard that the franchise has some good AI-human interaction. Starting with the first Halo novel seemed like the best way to go. This book covers the origins of the Master Chief...
Its really hard to sum up a book like this when its based on a game. If you haven't played Halo before there is no way to describe how awesome and just how much you really miss out on in the game. With the newest installment of Halo 4 (game) 343 has only just begun to break into the history and the ...
Gave up after the prologue because I don't like how it's written, I don't care about the war, and Halo is not my thing. I don't like the video game or any of its related games, so me liking this prequel was a long shot anyway.Never let your brother the massive Halo fanboy/non-reader push you into re...
This was pretty cool. I really like the actual storyline to the Halo series as opposed to just the awesome shooting aliens and being a general bad-ass. It was really cool how John came to be Master-chief, and how it was part of an army filled with other really cool Spartans.