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Alien: Sea of Sorrows (Novel #2) Mass Market Paperback – July 29, 2014
"Warlight" by Michael Ondaatje
A dramatic coming-of-age story set in the decade after World War II, "Warlight" is the mesmerizing new novel from the best-selling author of "The English Patient." Pre-order today
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"Know your onions before diving in. If you do, you'll find ASOS a fun and rewarding book that gives you everything you've been missing in your life: more ALIEN! Can't go wrong with that." - Aint it Cool
"Moore's writing style is compelling, and the Alien narrative is one of the best seen outside of the major films from the series." - BGG
"If you are looking for a suspenseful, frightening and action packed Science-fiction story with interesting and provoking characters than this is the novel for you." - Geek Hard
"Fun, page-turning read." - Giant Freakin Robot
"This latest entry will no doubt deliver a pulse-pounding, fright-filled read for fans of the films." - Joblo
"James A Moore brilliantly captures the tone and the terror of the first films in the series and provides an interesting addition to series mythology." - Bloody Disgusting
About the Author
James Moore is an American horror novelist and short story writer. In 2003, he was nominated for a Bram Stoker Award for "Best Novel" for his book Serenity Falls. In 2006, the novella Bloodstained Oz (co-authored by Christopher Golden) was nominated for a Bram Stoker Award for "Best Long Fiction". He wrote the novelization of Buffy the Vampire Slayer's Chaos Bleeds (based on the video game written by Christopher Golden).
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PS: Like Lebbon's volume 1, I had to stop reading this one at bedtime because I kept having stupid alien nightmares. That should be all the kudos this book needs, really. :)
Set 400 years after the first ALIEN flick, Weyland-Yutani still wants an alien to call their own and set loose a score of mercenaries on a defunct mining colony we visited previously in Tim Lebbon’s book. Forced into the mission is Decker, a very distant relative to Ellen Ripley who the aliens can sense and hate and want to kill. He’s a low-level empath and can feel the aliens in return. Unfortunately this plot conceit feels a bit superfluous to the whole thing, with the book trying to retread the familiar action of movie-sequel ALIENS.
It’s moderately satisfying if all you’re looking for are alien kills, soldiers taking baths in acid, and occasional glimmers of evil corporate subterfuge, but it’s certainly not breaking any new ground on any of the franchise’s previously established conceits. It just is what it is and doesn’t aim any higher than that.
I bought the paperback just because I am old school, I think the Kindle version would be good and if I was doing it over I would go that way.
I found this story thrilling, and a fun addition to the Aliens universe.