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Et in Luna Pax Paperback – June 8, 2013
"Rebound" by Kwame Alexander
Don't miss best-selling author Kwame Alexander's "Rebound," a new companion novel to his Newbery Award-winner, "The Crossover,"" illustrated with striking graphic novel panels. Pre-order today
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As I read THE SAGA I was more and more convinced that Dr. Floriani is the Tolkien for our generation. I could make a case that THE SAGA surpasses The Lord of the Rings but I will leave it to the readers to compare them.
As expected Dr. Floriani takes unexpected twists in the 'final' volume. The Pope is asked to come to the moon to mediate a peace treaty after war breaks out between settlements by different nations. Members of THE CHIVALRY CLUB and many of the fruits of their efforts play significant roles in the book. There is murder, mayhem, and intrigue aplenty in this book. Most, but not all of the mysteries and fates of individuals encountered in the 13 volumes are resolved. Far from a criticism that makes THE SAGA realistic - life does not tie a neat bow around everything does it? Is THE SAGA really over? The THREE DIMENSIONAL PUZZLE reappears at the end of the book where it is revealed that not all the solutions have been discovered. What do I do now? I am going back to the amusement park that is THE SAGA and rereading it.
This book managed to meld science fiction with the supernatural, saintliness with science, and chivalry with the modern world's challenges. It is supremely geeky, uplifting, and entertaining. Even its flaws are endearing. Reading this book on a gloomy day made everything seem a lot brighter. In short, I recommend it.
The entire Saga is such fun reading that I hated to see it end.