Book Summary of Terminal World
Details of Book: Terminal World (BSID:39109)
|Publisher||ORION PUBLISHING GROUP|
|Number of Pages||496|
|Dimensions||8.7 x 4.76 x 0.59 inches|
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Terminal World was one of my top 5 expected novels of 2010 and it was good but not awesome and the weakest novel I read from Mr. Reynolds as execution goes - I did not like The Prefect and Century Rain as much as the others mainly because I thought the mystery/thriller part in each was too detrim...
I broadly enjoyed reading this book, but my big gripe is that the story just stops, in the middle of dramatic events, without explaining what happens to the characters, without explaining the real nature of the world - in particular the "zones" which limit technology and make up the entire premis...
Alastair's first novel to be described as "Steam-Punk Adventure."Imagine a world in which invisible, but palpable, divisions of technology exist not because differing enclaves of individuals lack the skill to use them, but because the very fabric of the universe only permits a certain level of te...
"Terminal World is a snarling, drooling, crazy-eyed mongrel of a book, equal parts steampunk, western, planetary romance and far-future SF". Den hÃ¤r boken kan inte jÃ¤mfÃ¶ras med mycket annat, men leder nÃ¤rmast tankarna till Mievilles The Scar, med klassiska inslag av Mad Max. BerÃ¤ttelsen utspelar...
The story was excellent and moved along at a good pace with some surprises and lots of action. There was always something worth happening and no lagging places. The characters were well done and they developed nicely in ways that felt real and because of things that happened or people they met. N...
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