The Real Story: The Gap into Conflict
Publish date: October 21st 2009
Pages no: 272
Edition language: English
Series: Gap (#1)
The first volume of Stephen Donaldson's Gap series tells a story that sets he stage for the volumes to come. It's a futuristic tale of three people: two pirate ship captains, Angus Thermopyle and Nick Succorso, and a woman, Morn Hyland, who is Thermopyle's captive and the object of Succorso's intere...
Another recommendation from my husband, with the caveat that The Gap series can be a pretty dark and brutal read. I asked, "Dark and brutal like A Song of Ice and Fire but with spaceships?" His answer: "Actually, that's not such a bad comparison, in the horrible-things-happening-to-the-main-characte...
Very based, very depraved, quite brutal, thank the author for little graphic imagery! Very true-to-life even though all protagonists leave something to be deserved as fellow human beings, well probably everyone is that way... sometimes. Occasionally charachters felt having less dimensions than there...
3am. Surely the right time.Call me completely insane, but I've agreed to read this (I wrote a few months ago)....after a conversation that went like this:Me: I hate Thomas CovenantNoela: But you have to read the Gap seriesMe: Huh?Noela: It is about a girl who has the most appalling things happen to ...
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