Publish date: September 27th 2005
Publisher: Del Rey Books
Pages no: 464
Edition language: English
Series: Takeshi Kovacs (#3)
...snooze...wuh? What? What's happenning? Nevermind - I don't care - about the plot or the characters or even why the author ignores everything interesting in his universe to focus on utterly boring people and events.
Some times a book doesn’t get to be judged as a stand-alone work. When it’s the third book in a loosely connected series featuring the same lead character, what happens in books one and two are going to affect book three’s read. After enjoying Broken Angels (second int he series, review here), I imm...
If I were a neuroscientist, I’d want to dissect Richard K. Morgan’s brain. The 25th century worlds he creates for his Takeshi Kovacs novels are so richly detailed and colored, his brain must certainly have extraordinary imaginary powers. This third Kovacs novel, Woken Furies, only strengthens that b...
Much better than the second book in the series, Broken Angels, and almost as good as the first.In the first book, Takeshi Kovacs is a disillusioned ex-military killing machine, practically forced into a life of crime because no other avenues of employment exist once he's left the military. He's give...
After decades wandering the universe, first as an Envoy and then as a killer/detective for hire, Kovacs has finally returned to his home planet. As the years go by, he's become increasingly aimless, until now all that still motivates him is vengeance. In the midst of his not particularly meaningfu...