World's End (Snow Queen Series #2)

World's End (Snow Queen Series #2)

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by Joan D. Vinge
     
 

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Hot on the heels of The Summer Queen, this novel is a must-read for fans of Vinge's Hugo Award-winning series. BZ Gundhalinu, a policeman who became an outcast after saving the future Summer Queen, quits his job to follow his ne'er-do-well brothers into the godforsaken waste, World's End, to prospect. BZ's odyssey will set the stage for The Summer Queen.

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Hot on the heels of The Summer Queen, this novel is a must-read for fans of Vinge's Hugo Award-winning series. BZ Gundhalinu, a policeman who became an outcast after saving the future Summer Queen, quits his job to follow his ne'er-do-well brothers into the godforsaken waste, World's End, to prospect. BZ's odyssey will set the stage for The Summer Queen.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780812523683
Publisher:
Doherty, Tom Associates, LLC
Publication date:
04/01/1993
Series:
Snow Queen Series, #2
Pages:
288
Product dimensions:
4.20(w) x 6.74(h) x 0.77(d)

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World's End (Snow Queen Series #2) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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"The World¿s End" is a great, well-written novel for intermediate readers. You can really notice that Joan D Vinge put a lot time and thoughts into the "World's End" while he wrote it. The descriptions of the setting in the book are real clear and quite easy to catch an image of it in your mind. There aren't a lot of dynamic characters, but some like Spadrin and Gedda really stand out. The story is well thought out, and has few curves thrown at you at random. The Worlds End is full of mysterious which helps the plot spread fluently as you read, and it also seems as if every character you'll encounter is hiding his or her true ambitions. In closing words, I can say that Joan D Vinge put together a well polished book, that I would recommend to the intermediate level readers.