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Scattered Suns (Saga of Seven Suns Series #4)

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  • Posted August 12, 2014

    good read

    A bit better than the third book, action picks up. You don't need to read the first 3 to read the 4th which is annoying if you HAVE read the first 3 because he explains everything as if you hadn't read the first 3. Overall a good series so far but very lengthy. It truly is a SAGA.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 2, 2014

    A great series.

    This is entire space opera series is a good read.I finished one book and started the next.I'm reading the prequel now.

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  • Posted September 21, 2013

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    I am really loving this series now. The story is complex and ima

    I am really loving this series now. The story is complex and imaginative. This saga has much in common with the Dune series, and will appeal to its fans. I have become very involved with the characters and the cultures created by the author. As I begin reading the 5th volume, I find myself wishing there were more books in the series. If giant “space operas” are your thing, read these novels.
    Michael Travis Jasper, author of the novel “To BE Chosen”


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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 28, 2005

    Scattered Suns won't dissapoint.

    Many of the large multi-epic series popular today seems to loose speed after the first book and in some cases (Jordan) never regains it. Not so with Anderson's Saga of the Seven Suns. Every book has been strong and a great page turner. Same with his newest book Scattered Suns, fortunatly so far his books have come out every year since this one will leave you yearning for the next. Excellent read pick it up.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Teriffic space opera

    When Chairman Basil Wenceslas used a device to ignite a gas giant he unknowingly destroyed the beings known as the hydrogues in it. The hydrogues declared war on the Terran Hanseatic League and nothing in the league¿s arsenal seems able to stop them. The hydrogues also declare war of the Hanseatic¿s ally the Illdira, the only other major civilization in the Spiral Arm. --- Instead of uniting against a common enemy, the worlds of the Hansa and those of the IIdira are sinking into internal chaos. There is a civil war taking place among the Ildira while the leader¿s daughter was specially bred to negotiate with the hydrogues but nobody can guarantee her success. Basil is descending into madness, acting the tyrant to people, worlds, and colonists who don¿t agree with his orders. The only hope to defeat the enemy lies with the verdani, an organic based sentience similar to the Theron world forest which was destroyed in a hydrogue attack. It means working together if civilization hopes to survive the almost unbeatable hydrogues. --- Anyone who loves a good space opera will want to read SCATTERED SUNS the fourth novel in the Saga of the Seven Suns. This work moves the story further along but leaves the audience with a feeling of anticipation as they wait for the next edition to be published to see what happens. Kevin J. Anderson is a talented storyteller and his ability to create characters both human and alien that are believable makes his novels very special --- Harriet Klausner

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