Zwischen den Sternen: Roman (German Edition)
Publish date: October 2nd 2009
Publisher: Heyne Verlag
Pages no: 449
Edition language: English
Series: Old Man's War (#4)
A funny thing happened while I was reading a series about a science fiction military space opera book. A YA book magically appeared in my reader. Now I'm not against YA books and YA series, I've read quite a few. I've even read books and series for whatever would be a, for a lack of a better term...
I really enjoyed this quick read. I might have rated it higher if it was a story on its own, but this fourth book in the Old Man's War series tells the same exact story as the previous book, but from the point of view of a different character. I loved the read from this new perspective, but there w...
Scalzi admits that this book arose from complaints about two plot holes in the previous volume of the series, giving us the same story from the perspective of the former protagonist's daughter. Initially this is boring because, despite a convincingly different (i.e. teenage girl's as opposed to her ...
After enjoying the first three books of Old Man’s War, I decided to read Zoe’s Tale even though I was familiar with a common complaint of its detractors– specifically that it tells the same story as book three. But like the optimist I sometimes pretend to be, I thought this one would still be enjoya...
I'm not a huge fan of stories that re-tell other stories. There's a trend going on where modern writers re-tell fairy tales from a different perspective, with varying degrees of success ("Snow, Glass, Apples" is that sort of thing done right; Maleficent isn't), but when a writer re-tells one of his...
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