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Excellent space opera with a 21st century sensibility. I will be looking forward to reading the other books in this setting. Read morePublished 1 day ago by James R. Wallace
This is an exciting story full of action and several very engaging characters. The science was plausible and consistent, but really only a vehicle for the plot and character... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Ted Anderson
Leviathan Wakes is yet another novel where the hype hurt it rather than helped it with me.
What do I mean by that? Read more
I picked this up because GRRM had recommended it highly; I wasn't disappointed. Read more
I loved the story and the characters. The authors did a terrific job in making the main people believable and in making me care what happened to them. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Amazon Customer
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|Leviathan Wakes - other sci fi recs||
Kevin J Anderson's Saga of the Seven Sun series is space opear to the core, and thoroughly entertaining.
John Scalzi's Old Mans War saga is pretty awesome.
Dune, obviously a classic, can be a difficult read, but is at the top of the heap in terms of space operas. Plus, the series is quite... Read More
Sep 12, 2012 by MarkTwain | See all 3 posts
Just wanted to add my two cents. I've clashed with Wert in the past on the Westeros forums, but his reviews are always fair and professional. Leviathan Wakes is an outstanding read - excellent world-building and good characterization. It does have an abrupt ending, which is a bit... Read More
May 4, 2011 by M. Alexis | See all 7 posts
|Is "Dresden" a nod to Jim Butcher's Harry Dresden character?||
Source: I know both authors
May 29, 2012 by fantasylad | See all 2 posts
|trouble with dragon's path||
For me it starts at the 50% mark of Leviathan Wakes. I was sort of hoping it would give me 2 seperate files, but instead it gave me the 2 books rolled into 1 file.
Feb 21, 2012 by Eric M. Ziegler | See all 3 posts
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