Deathstalker Destiny

Deathstalker Destiny

by Simon R. Green

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ISBN-13: 9781625671844
Publisher: JABberwocky Literary Agency, Inc.
Publication date: 05/19/2016
Series: Deathstalker , #5
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 432
Sales rank: 206,207
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Simon R. Green is a New York Times bestselling author whose works include Drinking Midnight Wine, Beyond the Blue Moon, Blue Moon Rising, The Adventures of Hawk & Fisher, and the Deathstalker series. He lives in Bradford-on-Avon in England.

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Deathstalker Destiny 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Homechicken on LibraryThing 9 hours ago
This novel wraps up the 5-book Deathstalker series. Although there are three more novels to follow, this book was an end to the main story arc that pervaded the 5 novels.I found this one a bit less satisfying, if for no other reason than the reuse of cliche writing (the ubiquitously repeated "the whole being more than the sum of its parts" and "dust and less than dust" etc etc. I was also annoyed by several misspellings which really should have been caught by a proofreader had one been involved in the process. One memorable case was "Hm" that should have been "him."All my gripes aside, and they are many, if you've read the first four books you really need to finish by reading this book. Whether you decide to go on is up to you.Deathstalker Destiny was written in sections, each telling part of the wrap-up story of Owen, Hazel, Ruby, and Jack. Full of tragic and sometimes heroic death, humanity is on the brink of destruction from its many enemies, the AI's of Shub, the Hadenmen, and the Recreated. in this book we learn the origins of the Recreated, witness the return of the Madness Maze. Some parts were slow, and I constantly wished to be on a different part of the story, but all arcs were sufficiently wrapped up to end the story.I can't say it was an excellent book, but it was a good ending to the storyline. I just can't give it a high rating because of all the annoying problems that any novice proofreader should have caught.
hjjugovic on LibraryThing 9 hours ago
The conclusion to Owen Deathstalker's saga does an amazing job of tying up the many loose ends and unexplained events throughout the series. Of course, almost everyone comes to a tragic end and there's truly horrific gore and mayhem, but the ending is nonetheless satisfying. Makes me want to read the book again, now that I know the real beginnings and endings, just to see if Green missed anything.
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This is a good book...it answers a lot of questions and it is a fitting ending to the series, although I am hoping that Green continues to write about Hazel D'Ark's exploits....
Guest More than 1 year ago
S. Green really knows how to tell a compelling and action packed adventure story. I love his imagination when dealing with other worldly nasties. This last book is an excellent finali to his DeathStalker saga. About the only thing I have to complain about it is the way he treats his characters at the end, and the amount of times he foreshadows things. (something is explained in the first part of the book, and in the exact same words retold by other things later in the book. Makes that aspect of it rather tedious.)