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  • ISBN-13: 9780857381705
  • Publisher: Quercus
  • Publication date: 8/28/2011
  • Series: Domain Series, #2

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 6, 2004

    A sad follow-up to Domain

    I very much enjoyed 'Domain', learning a little bit about Mayan myth and meeting some interesting characters along the way. It is a book that should appeal to a wide range of readers. Unfortunately, its sequel, 'Resurrection', seems to be aimed at the young, male reader with descriptions such as 'grapefruit-sized breasts' being far too plentiful. Such phrases in a 'bodice-buster' are appropriate, but in what should be good, suspenseful science fiction, comes across as just plain silly. Whereas 'Domain' stood alone as a good story with likable characters, Resurrection's only purpose seems to be as a lead-in to the final part of the trilogy. I am so disappointed with the second installment of the series that I won't be following it through to its conclusion.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 3, 2004

    No Where Near Its 'Domain'

    I absolutley loved Domain. Micheal is such an endearing character who we feel pitty for and come to love. Dom is a smart women who can care for herself, which makes her awesome. i expected that the sequal would be just as great as Domain, but I was seriously wrong. Thw Twins are both boring characters at best. This book also had extremely uneeded, vivid descriptions of sexual assualts and made the future of our planet look like a smut-fest. This extremely sexuality detracted from the novel. Overall, it was no where near the first book.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 5, 2004

    Grotesque Detail Too Much

    My first and probably my last Steve Alten novel. I didn't finish. About half-way through I realized I wasn't enjoying this reading experience, so why punish myself. There was no 'story' reason to include many of the too, too detailed and ugly sexual episodes. I look forward to good science fiction - for me, this wasn't it.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 1, 2006

    Science Fiction meets Religion meets History

    I loved the book, not as much as Domain but any time you mix all of the above together, you can't miss! However it did jump around a lot and too much information was given on (past) events. Can't wait for Phobos.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 1, 2004

    The 2nd in the Domian Series -- keeps you guessing

    I am I huge fan of Dr. Steve Alten! I love his characters, the stories, how he mixes history, fact, and fiction. Those who are familiar with his work understand! Domain is one of my favorite books! I have been waiting years for the 2nd in the series. Now, Resurrection is out and I have apprehension to recommend the title. The story picks up where Domain left off Dominique alone and with child (twins, the 'Hero Twins'), Mick is gone. However, Dominique, a great character in Domain takes a secondary role to her sons when the story starts up. Our loving Mick...we all confused. The twins...well, they are products of the environment; isolated for their protection. A new character Lilith, well, you just don't when to feel for her or want to kill her; you'll understand when you read the story. I would love to talk about the story, but as a fan of Alten, I do not want to give the story away. Nevertheless, I will say, that the story jumps around A LOT, memories, and Mayan prophecies, the future. I would like to blame that on editing maybe, because Domain doesn't have the same pattern. Anyhow, there is a bunch of unnecessary characters that have been developed that you never understand their significance, random history that is inserted, sexual assaults that seriously could have been alluded to instead of described...besides I still am lost what the purpose was. The question of existence, God, heaven and hell...which is good, but you can't figured out what it has to do with the story, the Hero twins...who get annoying, and time travel, which I'm still trying to figure out where everyone is. Okay, truth...I do not know. As I said before, I loved Domain. Maybe my expectations for Resurrection were too high. Or maybe everything will make sense in the 3rd book Phobas, I'm hoping. We will see. This book, well, keeps you guessing.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 10, 2004

    Have Not Made Up My Mind

    This is my first Steve Alten book to grace my shelf. The characters are well developed, but the Author seems to loose his reader trying to keep up with who is who... This is a story that has been told over and over. Although, this Author gives the 'End of Days' drama wild and different approach. The book was interesting and I was amazed how the Author could dream up a story such as this(or a new turn to an old tale). I guess I would recommend this book...although I just can't understand why. Superhuman football player, Devil Teenager, Volcano, Space Ships, and something about Sea Serpent that takes you back in time and space...this book has it all and then some... enjoy

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 18, 2004

    A chilling thriller

    Five centuries ago the Mayan Popul Vul predicted that Michael Gabriel will sacrifice himself to save Earth from an alien invasion in 2012. The Mayan forecast also included that Michael would sire twin supermen. Finally the prophecy included a third super person born at about the same time as the twins. All three come true by 2013................................... With the heroic Michael dead, their mom raises Jacob and Immanuel in a haven sponsored by the American government. The third special child, Lilith Eve Robinson, is not as fortunate as the twins as she is raised in a strict God fearing atmosphere by a sexually abusive parent. She turns away from his hypocritical religious fervor as she finds solace in the dark side. Lilith confronts the twins for ownership of all human souls while Jacob and a reluctant Manny must find the means to resurrect their dad if they are to defeat evil............................... Though intriguing as an apocalyptic tale based on the Mayan mythos, the ethics and anti-ethics of the two antagonists seem more Judeo-Christian. In turn it is the angels vs. the devil war that makes the twins especially Jacob and Lilith Eve seem too stereotyped in a good and evil confrontation. Still the story line of RESURRECTION moves rapidly whether it occurs on earth or in an afterlife underground Xibalba so that fans of wars between heaven and hell with battlefield earth as one of the fronts will appreciate the sequel to DOMAIN.................... Harriet Klausner

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 5, 2012

    DONT QUIT

    Dont be a quiter keep reading!!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 10, 2012

    A huge disapointment

    I read and truly enjoyed Domain, the first in the series. It was very interesting and exciting, I cared about what happened to the characters so I had been looking forward to the rest of this series. Resurrection was such a disapointment, painfully boring, awkward, and not nearly up to the standard set by the first one. I actually gave up on it half way through and skipped to the last chapter because I couldn't stand it anymore. He spent way too much time explaining things that happened in the first book, went off on tangents that didn't have anything to do with the story, and didn't develope the characters very well. If you read Domain and are considering this, save yourself the time and money, just skip it it's not really worth finding out what happens to them. Actually considering not reading Phobos the third installment because this one was so awful.

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  • Posted January 29, 2011

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    Glad I didnt give up on it

    almost gave up on it through the first 200 or so pages. Good thing i have trouble quiting on things i started. the rest of the book was pretty good with a lot of sci-fi out there ideas that should make for a pretty interesting last installment. that is if he ever writes Phobos.

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  • Posted July 10, 2009

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    To the future

    I'm a big fan of Steve Alten and will continue to read his books.I read the first part of resurrection and the last part, the rest in between was boring and to sexually explicit for my taste. I do how ever recommend that if you read the first book Domain that you continue with the series.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 4, 2007

    Grapefruit Sized Breasts

    I liked the sexual episodes. It turned me on.

    0 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 19, 2006

    Different but good

    This was much different than what I thought it would be but turned out to be pretty good. When I was finished it made me want the third book to come out soon, maybe because I liked it or maybe because I was still confused about what had just happened.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 20, 2004

    Resurrection...A Twist on Reality!

    Evil never was, it is created. Steve Alten has done a terrific job in this thrilling roller coaster ride of a book. Digging deep into the Mayan Prophecies accounts of the end of the world alten delivers a highly intelligent, well written, and extremely imaginative story. For a fiction writer the ideas come off as real and entertain the fact and the question...could this really be?Alten alters time and space with the 'Resurrection' A must read for all action, thriller, and mystery readers! After purchasing the book i read into the we morning hours and into the late night finishing in just one day! I have never read a book so fast before, Alten has you turning the pages and wondering whats comes next!?!?!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 16, 2004

    A MUST READ!!!

    Want to read a book that keeps you turning pages all night...then makes you want to go back and read it again? Buy RESURRECTION! The storyline of Resurrection delves into two of the greatest mysteries that haunt mankind¿s existence: What happens to us after we die? And what is the future of the human race? In RESURRECTION, the two subjects are entwined. The novel takes place just after the apocalypse of 2012, prophecied in the Mayan Calendar (read DOMAIN by Steve Alten). Just as fascinating is the story within the story, and the research the author has injected into this 'faction.' As technology helps Homo Sapiens evolve into TRANSHUMANS, the afterlife becomes a science in itself, and mankind learns how to tap into the higher dimension of this ultimate frontier. We learn much of this through the eyes of our hero, Michael Gabriel, who has been exiled into an existence of purgatory by an evil life force that believes she is the reincarnation of the Succubus; Lilith. I read Steve Alten's MEG years ago, but he just keeps getting better.

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