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The Siege of Dome (Empyrion Saga Series #2)
     

The Siege of Dome (Empyrion Saga Series #2)

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by Stephen R. Lawhead
 

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Traveller, debt-dodger, itinerant critic, and writer of history books nobody buys, Orion Treet is astounded to be invited to accompany a top-secret mission: to observe and document an extra-terrestrial colony on a newly discovered planet.

But the paradise planet Treet and his companions are promised is a nightmare world locked in a death spiral of hate, fear,

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Traveller, debt-dodger, itinerant critic, and writer of history books nobody buys, Orion Treet is astounded to be invited to accompany a top-secret mission: to observe and document an extra-terrestrial colony on a newly discovered planet.

But the paradise planet Treet and his companions are promised is a nightmare world locked in a death spiral of hate, fear, and death. The explorer�s arrival rekindles an impossibly ancient feud � and deadly conflict between two highly evolved civilizations. It is the struggle for the future of a world, a battle where there can be no spectators. Everyone must choose a side.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012391971
Publisher:
Lawhead Books
Publication date:
03/19/2011
Series:
Empyrion Saga Series , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
503,042
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

Stephen R. Lawhead is a prolific and bestselling author of mythic history and imaginative fiction. He is best known for his King Raven trilogy, a re-telling of the Robin Hood legend, and Pendragon Cycle, centering on the King Arthur legend. Other notable works include the Song of Albion, Celtic Crusades and Dragon King Trilogies, Byzantium, Patrick, Avalon, and the works of science-fiction Dream Thief and Empyrion saga. Lawhead makes his home in Oxford, England, with his wife.

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4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The first book has to be one of my favorite books yet. As much as I loved it, this isn't a review of the first book. This book alone isn't his besy work, but it is a decent sequal for the first one. The ending wasn't the best, but it was still a well written book. I can guess from this book that any attempts at a third book would only be worse.
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I have read these two books 3x's since 2000. Wonder read. The story just sucks-you-in to the dynamics of faith, communism and freedom
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There are quite a few typos in the electronic edition of this book (either that or OCR errors....either way it wasn't proofread very well). The story is good as long as you can ignore those.
Guest More than 1 year ago
It was not nearly as well done as the first. Only twice was I on the edge of My seat. The ending of it was not satifing. I f your looking for a good Stephen Lawhead book I definatly suggest that you read the song of albion series. Besides stuff like The Lord of the rings the song of albion books have been my favorite.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Its a good book