Publish date: May 1st 1995
Publisher: Daw Books
Pages no: 422
Edition language: English
Series: Foreigner (#2)
Series: Foreigner #2 Revisiting this series is still fun. Ilisidi steals the show, of course. There’s just something fun about a tiny, wizened, quick-witted, politically-savvy grandmother. She’s not the type to bake cookies.
I'd forgotten just how quickly time moves at the beginning of the Foreigner series. In the week or so covered by the second installment, Invader, we move from injured paidhi Bren Cameron being summarily summoned back to the mainland to resume his position as the human speaker/translator to the nati...
Invader picks up pretty much where Foreigner left off. Bren is barely out of surgery before he's called back to work. The starship Phoenix, the one that originally brought humans to the planet, has reappeared, and everyone is concerned. What do the ship folk want? Does Mospheira plan to deal with th...
Takes up right where the first one stops. No break in the story.And its just getting REALLY interesting.Onto the next one!
I've been reading CJ Cherryh's Foreigner series--I just finished Invader and am going on to Inheritor next. I came across her name in several places simultaneously, one of them being Jo Walton's "If you like the Vorkosigan books" post on Tor.com. She said, "There’s a lot of thematic similarity, but ...