The Killing of Worlds
Publish date: October 1st 2003
Publisher: Tor Books
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
Series: Succession (#2)
The satisfying second half of Succession. Westerfeld uses science and psychology to wrap up the story of [b:The Risen Empire|267022|The Risen Empire (Succession, #1)|Scott Westerfeld|http://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1312059805s/267022.jpg|1641114] while leaving open options for a sequel. I...
I enjoyed the battles and tactics enormously, which is still kind of surprising to me. Apparently, His Majesty's Dragon brought me into the naval-battle fold.I also loved the political battle and tactics going on back at Home.I loved the commando and the savant and their relationship.But even more, ...
Much like the first one in the series, I can see where some people would really really like this book, but it just wasn't totally my thing. It was all right - I read the sequel because I had gotten both of them before reading either, and I wanted to finish the story. Unfortunately (for me), it doesn...
As the sequel to [b:The Risen Empire|267022|The Risen Empire (Succession, Book 1)|Scott Westerfeld|http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51Z6WN21H4L._SL75_.jpg|1641114], this book deals with the aftermath of the battles in the first, although there is one skirmish in space that stands out. In The Ki...
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