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The battle for humanity continues in this latest addition to the bestselling franchise based on the mega-popular video games. Narration is split between Holter Graham and Jen Taylor, who each try their very best to make the material as urgent and important as possible. However, as good as Graham is, pushing the line between corny and downright brilliant in his delivery, Taylor jumps far over the believability line, overemphasizing every word as if the audience is incapable of understanding what she's trying to say. Her cheesy dialects and over-the-top accents detract from the tension and suspense that Graham offers.
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Joseph Staten started working with game developer Bungie Studios in 1998, and has since served as a writer and designer for Oni, as well as writer and cinematics director for Halo and Halo 2. He also works with Peter Jackson's game development studio, Wingnut Interactive, writing and designing in the Halo universe. Staten attended college at Northwestern University and earned a master's in military history and political science at the University of Chicago.See all Editorial Reviews
It's a good book. It's no fall of reach but it's head and shoulders above Cole protocolPublished 1 month ago by James Welsh
Great story line; I really enjoyed how they incorporated both sides of the conflict into the dialogPublished 3 months ago by Parker
Very good book to a very good series, highly recommend reading this book, got through it in less then a week and I almost never read books, it's that good!Published 3 months ago by PULSAR
Fantastic book! A fair warning though, the $15 books size does not match all the other books in the halo set. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Daniel
The book Halo: Contact Harvest by Joseph Staten is a very well written book. It jumps around quite a bit but in the end it all makes sense. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Betsy Craley