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by Alastair Reynolds
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Books 'n Stuff
Books 'n Stuff rated it 2 months ago
Synopsis: As alien machines build a gigantic machine meant to destroy a star, Ilia Volyova and Ana Khouri hatch a plan to rescue the inhabitants of a nearby planet from annihilation. Meanwhile a maverick outsider abandons his allegiance to his faction in search of a group of powerful weapons to use ...
lupalz
lupalz rated it 3 years ago
Finally finished "Absolution Gap", final of this dystopian space opera. It took me a while to pick up the third as the second was a bit of a disappointment, I was hooked with "Revelation space" in which the potential for an epic story was laid out, disappointed with "Redemption Ark" where more chara...
Tannat
Tannat rated it 4 years ago
[Revelation Space #2] Ok, I have to say that I like Reynolds's solution to Faster Than Light travel. It's not impossible; it's just a really, really bad idea. You could edit yourself right out of the universe. Or this universe, anyway.I was tempted to go for 3.5 stars but I wasn't quite sure the b...
Only the good stuff
Only the good stuff rated it 5 years ago
A few loose ends, but let's see if the 3rd volume deals with those. An excellent story that kept me looking for more.
Book Ramblings
Book Ramblings rated it 5 years ago
Revelation Space (a standalone novel set in the Rev Space universe) , and it was a case of "He Shoots, He Scores!" again.My reservation about reading Redemption Ark is that it is apparently a continuation of Revelation Space, a book I did not like that much, and thanks to my sieve-like memory I have...
target acquired
target acquired rated it 6 years ago
i'm just going to copy and paste this from a group, because i'm lazy that way. okay maybe i'll edit it a little bit too. for kicks.it was a good book overall, and i enjoyed it as much as its predecessor. lots of great concepts to digest and i'm still digging the basic idea behind the enemy threat of...
Redacted
Redacted rated it 6 years ago
Safari ate my long ass review so here are some brief thoughts while I compose myself.Reynolds is great at the ideas but not as great at characters.I have never read a Reynolds book that I regretted reading.In the Revelation Space series, this is far better than Revelation Space but not nearly as goo...
Strong tea and good books
Strong tea and good books rated it 7 years ago
The second book in the Revelation Space series I found this to be a significant improvement and far more enthralling than the first, which was slow to develop.Events from the first book are taken forward a level here. Some that were merely hinted at become central to this book, while there are trace...
D3's Booklog
D3's Booklog rated it 7 years ago
Caveat: this is not really a review, but rather a plaintive cry and is based on having read the previous book set in this universe in full (Revelation Space or the story “Swarm” in [b:Schismatrix Plus|161296|Schismatrix Plus|Bruce Sterling|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1309282782s/161296.jpg|155668]....
Cecily's book reviews
Cecily's book reviews rated it 7 years ago
Number two in the Revelation Space trilogy; you could read it as a standalone story, but it's better to read in sequence, and it helps if you've also read Chasm City. This is a long treasure hunt for super weapons, conducted by two competing factions (though both have the same intention), with a lif...
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