The Green and the Gray
Publish date: October 1st 2005
Publisher: Tor Science Fiction
Pages no: 560
Edition language: English
Please vote on list Best Timothy Zahn novels.A little different from Zahn's other novels being that it is set on a near-future Earth. This isn't a bad thing though. The plot is still engaging and the book is well-written, but one thing I was disappointed in was the characters. In all the previous bo...
Brain Candy Alert!First, take two alien peoples (Greens & Grays), living seriously underground in NYC for decades who are about to re-stage the Armageddon of their collective past. The only way to Stop The War? The sacrifice of a 12-year-old girl (Melantha Green)....but wait, not everyone favors thi...
My absolute favorite science fiction author is Timothy Zahn. I have never read as personal or character-driven science fiction action novels as I have from this highly talented author. Not only does he create realistic, personal characters, but he weaves in science fiction as if it is nothing except...
Hahhah, Tim, you suck. His Star Wars books were great fun, but his original fantasy is so lackluster and banal that I gave up half way through. I almost never give up on books, but this one was really boring.
aliens[who turn out not to be aliens, just from the past] are fighting a clandestine war. One human couple gets caught up in it, and tries to make peace. Succeeds. Zahn really knows how to write about humanalien interaction and focus on character and not just a flashbang action plot. The twists were...
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