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- Print Length: 562 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: July 7, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00LMHUNZW
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,092,456 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Sullivan Omnibus (The Sullivan Saga Books 1-3) Kindle Edition
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Prologue - Sergeant Riley's Account
I liked this short story. It's well written and left me the curiosity to read more about this universe. I'll surely buy the other volumes.
Part 1 - Sullivan's War
After reading almost all his short stories, I started the Sullivan's War saga.
I can't say it enough how much I like Mr Rose writing's style, even in this longer novel he doesn't disappoint, building believable characters and an accurate setting to make them act.
As I had read Sergeant Riley's Account before, I had no problem with the setting of the story, and I think is almost necessary to fully enjoy this book, or you might find yourself wondering why the main character is behaving like this.
I hope this author will write other stories settled in this universe!
Part 2 - Sullivan's Wrath
Mr. Rose knows how to write good SciFi and this middle part of the Sullivan's saga is no exception. The story follows the facts in Sullivan's War and takes the reader on the edge of what will be the conclusion in the next volume.
I particularly like how the characters' emotions are described and the imaginative way in which a real part of human history is used in the plot.
Looking forward to read the conclusion of this series.
Part 3 - Sullivan's Watch
Having read all the previous episodes of this saga, I was looking forward to reading this last chapter.
The thing I liked most is that the rhythm is faster than the second episode, Sullivan's Wrath, more similar to the first one Sullivan's War; the various plot lines flow smoothly towards the satisfactory ending.
I think the author has given a proper ending to this saga and is ready to move along to other genres and adventure, maybe in the same universe but with other characters.
Bonus Content - Short Story - Sleep
This is an excellent short story. Every time I read a writing by Michael K. Rose I'm surprised by his really good prose and inventive.
It reminds me of E. A. Poe, science fiction and a bit of horror masterfully combined.
If you like this kind of literature I suggest you to buy The Vast Expanse Beyond, the complete collection of short stories by Michael K. Rose.
There were characters that I liked, and those that I hated; that's good. The character development was well done, and the settings remained clear as the story flowed from one scene to the next. Sci-fi can lose me when the story becomes too technical and I need an index to keep up with all of the new terms, but Rose keeps it simple and I enjoyed the technology aspect of this story; not too much but enough to keep it interesting and new.
My renewed interest in the genre is a credit to the author. I stepped away from the sci-fi genre for a bit, but after having The Sullivan Saga recommended to me, I am now back in.
Bottom line, I recommend this book to all readers looking for a good sci-fi fix!