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The Guardian of Night has a stolen artifact onboard with great powers.
Too much internal dialog and meandering narrative at times....it seemed the whole first half was simply setup and at times, ponderous.
The science in this science fiction is also well thought out, and gets deeply, but clearly into the weird world of quantum physics.
Very good effort, a lot of fun with organic chemistry and quantum mechanics.
The comparisons to "Hunt For Red October" are a little overblown, I think. Read more
First time read for author Tony Daniel. If you like sci-fi then you should enjoy Tony Daniel. May read more of him.Published 21 months ago by Mike M
Just finished it.
I almost stopped in the middle. Too much internal dialog and meandering narrative at times.... Read more
This was not my kind of novel. I am certain that there are those that would be happy to read this novel but this is just not my taste in books. Read morePublished 22 months ago by glen wickboldt
The Guardian of Night starts off along the lines of The Hunt for Red October and, while it echoes back to Clancy’s novel on occasion, Daniel’s story follows its own branching... Read morePublished 23 months ago by TW Ervin II
Good book once I got into it. A little slow at first but then it takes off. I had no trouble getting through it after the first few chapters.Published 23 months ago by jhk
This is a great book, can highly recommend. The characters, the plot and the world Tony Daniels create are highly believable. Read morePublished on December 27, 2012 by magoosan
After along delay I finally finished Tony Daniel's "Guardian of Night". So the question is did I like it? Yes I did. Read morePublished on November 6, 2012 by Dave Bara
This is a very well thought out book. It might be stand alone now but there is plenty of room for more books and I would welcome more from him.Published on May 22, 2012 by Kindle Customer