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Dan Simmons has written one of the best science fiction stories ever with Hyperion etc.
The stories they tell also leave many unanswered questions and mysteries that will hopefully leave the reader running to find the second book.
Story telling, excellent plot devices, and some really great character development makes these books click.
Love the Hyperion Cantos Series. Dan Simmons deals with some very complex time and space issues with good writing. Hardly a plot hole.Published 5 hours ago by Chuck Koesters
More like a bunch of short stories than a single novel. But oh what stories! I give it four instead of 5 stars because you pretty much HAVE to read the sequel to know what... Read morePublished 10 hours ago by Michael P
This could have used better editing. I loved all the characters and kept reading (a lot of skimming) when the characters were speaking or acting. Read morePublished 11 hours ago by co
Not since discovering the Culture of Iain M Banks have I been so engrossed in a piece of sci-fi. I will not try to summarize the plot. Read morePublished 14 hours ago by brian breed
Fantastic. Epic. Poetic. Brilliant. An inspiring vision of the future crafted from a deep understanding of human nature. True science fiction.Published 1 day ago by brandymcq
While I'm not generally a reader who enjoys lavish and technical description of otherworldly ships and planets, I do love a mystery (or several in this case) and good character... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Carol Huey-Gatewood
Dan Simmons is a very good writer and his descriptions in Hyperion are good, especially considering it's SciFi. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Carl F. Beckman
The individual stories of the protagonists keep you going but the story is in no way resolved by the time you get to the end. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Eoin Treacy
Space opera meets the Canterbury Tales. I loved the entire quintet.Published 2 days ago by Jeff in Florida