Publish date: February 17th 2009
Publisher: Tor Books
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
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, Post Apocalyptic
Series: The Psalms of Isaak (#1)
All the books I read and couldn't review this year. Check out the full list on The Book Lantern.
The book was strangely compelling, still I did not know whether to give it a 3 or a 4. Yes it was good, but was it great? I think that I will go for the later as it was the world and the plot that made it so. What a plot! There was once a world, yes might just be Earth but it was destroyed. Some e...
Writing: 4.5Story/Plot: 4.5Depth/Detail: 4.5Enjoyment: 5You ever get that time where you find something new, the thing that other people seem to know about but you never did, and when you finally experience it, you have that "how the hell did I live without ever knowing about this?!" moment? For me,...
It's a complicated and involved story that starts with a city being destroyed and continues into the why's more than the who. It took me a fair while to get truly into the story but once I was into it I was hooked. Nebios is one of the pivotal characters, he's an innocent abroad and his life is n...
A deeply heartfelt "meh."I started reading this Easter Day (2011) because I had finished The Mammoth Cheese - two thumbs up! waaaay up! - and wanted to mentally vegetate for a bit.There's nothing particularly memorable about Ken Scholes' debut novel nor anything particularly awful about it. It's jus...