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The Light-Years Beneath My Feet (Taken Trilogy #2)

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  • Posted January 2, 2012

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    Quality sequel

    Often sequels stumble in the second book (either at surprise that people wanted more or stuck as plot drivel setting up for the 3rd in a trilogy). However, this sequel was almost good enough to be on its own if needed. Still, there was a different tone, and it felt more plot than character driven. While the first book focused on the relationships, especially main character Marcus and dog George, this sequel was a bit more political-war heavy. The main characters interactions were less and they were often crabby to each other. It's hard enough to like your friends in real life for being crabby in extended amounts of time, and more difficult to read. The writing is excellent though, and the plot is well thought out and executed with thorough connecting detail. Rating - Idea premise: B+, Content: A-, Overall Rating: B+.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Excellent sf

    The Viilenjii stole Chicago businessman Marcus Walker, a dog named George, and other alien species from various parts of the galaxy and are taking them to a place where they will be sold as pets. Luckily Marc and George (who was operated on so he could speak), the brilliant K¿eremu a Sequi¿aranaqua¿na¿senemue and Tuuqualia Braouk were able to gain asylum from the ultra civilized, technologically advanced Sessrimathe....................... .. His host doesn¿t know where any of the alien home worlds are so out of desperation Walker becomes a successful cook that attracts the attention of the visiting Niyo who offer him and his friends employment. Since it is one step closer to their home worlds, they accept the offer and become such a success that nobody wants to help them get home. Walker and company come up with an ingenious plan that will make the people of Niyo glad to get rid of them.......................... This is book two in ¿The Taken¿ trilogy and it is every bit as good as the precious LOST AND FOUND as well as the Pip and Flinx novels. Alan Dean Foster¿s trademark dry wit, colorful characters and mesmerizing story line will insure readers eagerly await the last book in this series. Marcus and his companions become true friends despite the difference in their species¿ philosophy and are there for one another in good times and bad................ Harriet Klausner

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