Horizon Storms (Saga of Seven Suns Series #3)

Horizon Storms (Saga of Seven Suns Series #3)

by Kevin J. Anderson

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Horizon Storms (Saga of Seven Suns Series #3) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 31 reviews.
JeffV on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Book Three of the Saga of the Seven Suns, an ancient war has now fully rekindled in it's entirety, The heretofore unknown aliens who were disturbed when one of their planets was destroyed by a human experiment with another alien device in the first book is now REALLY mad. More information has come to light, and it seems the other human empire, the Alderans, does know something of this old war. But they have not been forthcoming with information. Meanwhile, another entity, a sentient fire being living in suns, has seemingly joined the struggle on the behalf of humans. Aligned with the trees and the water, earth, fire and water seem aligned against electricity.The humans meanwhile have started to strike back by igniting more gas giants into small suns. However, the extinct creators of that technology left behind some evidence that suggests this tactic might not be the best idea -- they are, after all, extinct. To make matters worse he robots created by that race are now in rebellion against the humans (never trust a robot!). And if there isn't enough killin' going on for you, the human factions are splintering amongst themselves, resulting in even more battles. The politics and intrigue during this time of total ware are getting interesting.
DWWilkin on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Though this is only book 3 of 7, things are still disastrous for humanity. That is just the worst for my ego tied to humanity. It would be as an American reading the history of WWII in real time, in the Pacific. Sometime in the middle of 42, when things looked bleak. Pearl Harbor hurt, Wake Island fallen, the Philippines lost.But we know, living so far from the events that things will be turning around. The drama that they aren't, though is painful to watch. Painful to have seen the train wreck of one of the enemies that we know of, revealed and destroyed a very young person's world.it is painful to watch the leader of the majority of humanity be the anti FDR, or Winston Churchill, and the leader we root for still not think of a way to usurp control. To watch this anti leader of mankind make mistakes and be an egomaniac of his own.The book moves the plot along. The timing of scenes again is all over the place. The issues of short chapters are still a detriment to the story. The book would help with a plotted timeline by the author and longer chapters that develop scenes. Less plot lines for some new secondary characters are being fleshed out to have their own sagas.Still a read once. But, an example taken from a true master, I read all the Palliser novel shrunk to a one volume book once. I think this would have been much better if the author followed Trollope's example.
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MichaelTravisJasper More than 1 year ago
I just finished this third volume of the seven part series. I am now really involved in this story, and am enjoying it very much. There is much here for any fan of the Dune Universe, which comes as no surprise as this author co-wrote several of the later Dune novels. The plots are really advancing at this stage in the saga, and I have become fond of many of the characters. I think any fan of Dune or Star Wars will be very pleased with these books. Michael Travis Jasper, Author of the Novel “To Be Chosen”
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
great book couldn't put it
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Have thoroughly enjoyed this series will deffinitely read all of them.
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Repodicus More than 1 year ago
An easy read, that draws you in with each page turned. If you like space operas you'll love this series. Every aspect of the galatic arm comes alive and vies for their own spot to call home.
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