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Thoroughly entertaining read and great continuation from previous publications.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Review title pretty much covers it. Main characters cold-bloodedly torture and murder their way through a hodgepodge of cobbled together improbable set pieces across the universe. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ken in Denver
I have enjoyed reading the Agent Cormac series so far. I especially like the characters and their interaction. Read morePublished 4 months ago by EileenKR
Well anticpated and it did not disappoint. Suspenseful with plenty of subplots that could possibly lead to a sequel.Published 10 months ago by Arthur Butler Jr
Enjoyed it very much. Very creative and unique.Published 11 months ago by Nyla Witmore, artist and Author
The ingenuity of the complex twists an turns keeps you pivoted to the read. Cormac's knack for resolving galactic crisis remains intact.Published 12 months ago by fredwage
Space opera at its best, but Asher is doing a lot more than that with these Cormac books. Hard science, developed characters, complex story, masterful plotting, humor - and he... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Kevin Fennell
Have been thinking about picking Neal Asher';s books for a while. Glad I finally did. Great series that is a mash up of military SF, hard SF, and a good story.Published 15 months ago by John R. Fischer