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To read almost 700 pages to find out that you have only made it through Book 1 is beyond belief!
At, first, it did seem a bit disjointed, but that seemed to just fed into the development of the main character.
I believe that your personal politics will play a big part in whether you like this book or not.
In the Courts of the Sun by Brian D'Amato premis is that on December 21, 2012, the world ends. A present day descendant of the Maya, Jed DeLanda, finds it is possible to send back... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Don
Wow! What a great book! And so underrated up on Goodreads and Amazon. I read a bunch of reviews to figure out why it is so underrated.
Here's the thing. Read more
A different sci-fi for me, and I'm not a gamer. Interesting for me. Not being a gamer I don't know a good from bad game or intersting from boring. Read morePublished 7 months ago by D. Drake
I wanted to like this book and I stuck with it til the bitter end....and it was bitter! The tedium of detail that you must plow through was excruciatingly painful. Sorry.Published 7 months ago by paulad
This book left me feeling like I had just read a book written by an over-eager kid who just wanted to show off all the little tidbits of superficial knowledge that he/she picked up... Read morePublished 13 months ago by JayeP
I love time travel stories and history. I especially like stories that cover cultures that I'm not familiar with. In The Courts held a lot of potential. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Keeblertex
I thoroughly enjoyed this novel, finished it in 3 days and then went out looking for the second book which I am now reading. Read morePublished 15 months ago by K. A. Mims
So very technical which is all probably mostly the author's imagination. Just goes on and on, not much of a story. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Gina
I liked the first hundred pages or so, but things just bogged down after that. There is just way too much detail with little advancement of the plot. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Virginia M. Cannon