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Glen Cook has authored dozens of fantasy and science fiction novels, including The Black Company series, The Garrett Files, and The Tyranny of the Night. He lives in St. Louis, Missouri.
Personal all time favorite space opera. I have re-read this book a dozen times and always frind something new; perhaps i shouldn't read it before I go to sleep?Published 25 days ago by Rabbit the Reader
This one took a little while to lay the groundwork of the politics of the various factions and sometimes infuriating lack of communications between characters. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Paul Fields
...it is very appropriate here.
This book is somewhat different from the Glen Cook books most readers are familiar with. Read more
Pros: engrossing characters, loved the guardships (like giant battleships -- in fact more like death stars), and plenty of plot twists
Cons: confusing at times -- i love Glen... Read more
I have read all the classics, and all the modern classics. So i was surprised that i hasd never come across this before. Utterly great narative driven scifi. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jill Anne Farringdon
I like Glen Cook but had trouble with this book. Not his best but enjoyed it am looking forward to reading the rest of his booksPublished 7 months ago by torin silence
i really liked his Black Company series and thought i would like this book however it was too strange. good but strangePublished 12 months ago by marka
There is a lot of good ideas and the plot generally moves along well. Just had a hard time rolling some of the subterfuge and goings on about similarly named planets and such.Published 13 months ago by Karl Mochel
When I read the blurb on this book, I got excited. Like all my friends know I love Glen Cook; man does not do much wrong in my opinion. Some even call me a Glen Cook groupie. Read morePublished 13 months ago by W. Adams