Predator: Forever Midnight

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The year is 2117 A.D. Humanity has seized the stars, using reverse-engineered alien technology to explore the far reaches of space. For a hundred years, the Predators, sadistic extraterrestrial hunters, have been a dim memory. For a hundred years, we've been safe. That ends now. Cast in daylight for years at a time, the almost eternally lit jungle planet known as Midnight is the home to more than a thousand colonists, explorers building a haven on a new world. But the settlers aren't alone. The Predators have ...

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The year is 2117 A.D. Humanity has seized the stars, using reverse-engineered alien technology to explore the far reaches of space. For a hundred years, the Predators, sadistic extraterrestrial hunters, have been a dim memory. For a hundred years, we've been safe. That ends now. Cast in daylight for years at a time, the almost eternally lit jungle planet known as Midnight is the home to more than a thousand colonists, explorers building a haven on a new world. But the settlers aren't alone. The Predators have been on this planet all along. When the ravenous creatures attack an arriving spacecraft and capture the settlers as both slaves and prey for their hunt, terraforming the planet takes a back seat to a new fight for survival.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781595820341
  • Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
  • Publication date: 5/24/2006
  • Series: Predator Series
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 269
  • Product dimensions: 4.10 (w) x 6.70 (h) x 0.74 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 23, 2009

    It was ok i guess

    I really can't dont think the whole sex cange thing made me like or respect the Predators it just seemed wrong other novels claim that the females did not hunt and were larger than the males so we know they have females yeah the code of honor was missing but different clans mean different hunting styles so ok i can get past that a little bit the action was solid the kill well depicted i just thought John Shirley tried something new and it did not connect well with the base predator fan they didnt even hunt like in the movies so he cant say that was his inspiration kill the unarmed that posed no threat even a predator clan like the hish should want a good fight

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 1, 2009

    Not recomended

    The only thing this book had to do with predators was the name and the cover. In this book predators are savage homicidal killers with no honor or reason just slaughter. They abduct humans and take them to an alien world where they slaughter them in packs instead of hunting. They use force fields and mind control devices thus making sure the "prey" stands no chance nor gives them any challenge. The wrighter aparently never read or watched any thing about predeotrs before wrighting this.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 28, 2008

    A reviewer

    This was a great book. Possibly one of John Shirley's best books. The characters were great, the action was great, and the plot was great and simple. When I was reading this book I could feel my heart pumping. If you are under 13 years old I dont think you should read this book unless you have your parents pormission. Just because there is some very detailed bloody scenes, and some bad words. But I am not admonishing this book I thought it was great.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 15, 2007

    Predators' code of honor recieves another Black eye.

    This novel by the same name and picture is the only thing that remains true to the Predator Mythos. It portrays the Predators as kill happy murderers and kinappers. Not really book for new Predator fans who want to know more about the Alien hunters, and long time fans maybe disappointed.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 8, 2007

    Forever midnight Rocks!

    Forever midnight shed light on some of the more in depth reasonings of the Predators themselves. The author really helped to breathe a very distinct 'personality' to the predators making them seem VERY different from one individual to the next. Definately a great buy and even greater read!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 7, 2006

    It was a'ight...

    This novel was okay, but I felt the story suffered much from not only the story line which was very weak, but also from the distortion of sacred Predator lore. For example, there is no mention of honor in the whole novel. They kill women. They use advanced machines like 'mind control' I thought that the only technology the predators use is is their ships and weaponry. What fun would it be to sabotage things using a human puppet. I thought the whole point of the hunt was to face the enemy in all their strength and glory. They have slaves and don't even get me started abouth their sex changing abilty. Other than that, it's just another sci-fi novel--but its definitely better than Predator 2.

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