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by Kevin J Anderson

eBook Hellhole Awakening ePub
Author: Kevin J Anderson
Language: English
ISBN: 1847374271
ISBN13: 978-1847374271
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd; UK ed. edition (February 28, 2013)
Pages: 528
Category: Science Fiction
Subcategory: Fantasy
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 589
Formats: lit txt lrf azw
ePub file: 1562 kb
Fb2 file: 1741 kb

Hellhole is the first book in the Hellhole science fiction trilogy by American authors Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson. On the dangerous frontier planet Hellhole, defeated and exiled rebel Gen.

Hellhole is the first book in the Hellhole science fiction trilogy by American authors Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Tiber Adolphus continues his honorable opposition to the political scheming and selfish machinations of the Crown Jewel worlds and grandmotherly Diadem Michella Duchenet. Adolphus and his companions work in secret to undermine the royal space travel monopoly and form a coalition of Deep Zone planets.

On Hellhole, the awakened Xayans finally reveal information that has been hidden even from their own followers.

As well as his STAR WARS, DUNE and X-FILES novels, he has written an ambitious space-opera series, THE SAGA OF SEVEN SUNS. He holds the Guinness world record for the largest single-author book signing. Kevin Anderson lives in Colorado. On Hellhole, the awakened Xayans finally reveal information that has been hidden even from their own followers. A large group of powerful, rogue telemancers split away from the main race-fanatics, violent, and ruthless. And now that the Xayan civilization is reawakening, the rogues have come back to destroy them once and for all.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. General Adolphus knows the Monarchy crackdown is coming. Now he needs to pull together all the resources of the Hellhole colony.

Anderson, Kevin . Herbert. Lord Riomini’s six battle groups had been knocked off the iperion path, many of the vessels dislodged from their docking clamps. Thousands had been killed in the turmoil. le through the hub station, while power surges shut down life-support systems. Sudden decompression had caused automatic isolation of whole sectors of the complex. Stringline traffic throughout the Crown Jewel worlds was shut down, with ships en route unable to reach Sonjeera. Heavily traveled routes were blocked. The son of DUNE author Frank Herbert, Brian Herbert is a bestselling science fiction author in his own right.

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HELLHOLE Brian Herbert is a New York Times bestselling science-fiction writer. As well as the ambitious space-opera series, The Saga of Seven Suns and his Terra Incognita fantasy trilogy, he has written numerous bestselling novels based on Star Wars and the X-Files. He has won, or been shortlisted for, science fiction’s highest awards and in 1977 he set the Guinness World Record for ‘largest single-author booksigning’.

Главная Hellhole: Awakening. Herbert Brian, Anderson Kevin J. Язык: english.

After the events of Hellhole Awakening, the people of Hellhole and the . In Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson's Mentats of Dune, the thinking machines have been defeated but the struggle for humanity’s future continues.

After the events of Hellhole Awakening, the people of Hellhole and the shadow-Xayans scramble to rally against the threat from the still-living rogue Xayans. Back on Sonjeera, the Monarchy is in an uproar after their surprising defeat and the breakaway of the Deep Zone planets. The dowager Queen decides to go to Hellhole on a diplomatic mission, hoping to keep her power. Gilbertus Albans has founded the Mentat School, a place where humans can learn the efficient techniques of thinking machines.

General Adolphus knows the Monarchy crackdown is coming. Now he needs to pull together all the resources of the Hellhole colony, the ever-expanding shadow-Xayan settlement, and his connections with the other Deep Zone worlds. On Sonjeera, Diadem Michella Duchenet has collected a huge fleet, led by firebrand Commissar Escobar Hallholme, son of the man who originally defeated Adolphus. Uniting themselves and pooling their minds, the shadow-Xayans send a power surge along the original stringline path that links Hellhole with the Monarchy's hub on Sonjeera. All of the Diadem's battleships are currently approaching on that route, and when the mental blast wipes out all the substations, the battleships are effectively stranded. But now a bigger threat appears. Three large asteroids come in from the outer reaches of the Candela system. On Hellhole, the awakened Xayans finally reveal information that has been hidden even from their own followers.
Groll
This middle book of the Hellhole trilogy is very good. At the end of the first book General Adolphus declared the independence of the 54 Deep Zone planets from the harsh rule of the Constellation as he completed linking together the 54 DZ planets with fast stringline quantum paths.

The Diadem of the Constellation, Michella Duchenet, is of course outraged and orders a full-out attack on Hellhole. The Constellation has many more ships than Hellhole but the General is a great tactician.

In addition the General has secured the co-operation of the Xayans and the Shadow Xayans (humans who have accepted a Xayan entity from the slickwater pools). The Xayans have significant telekinetic powers which the General hopes will prove useful against the Constellation forces.
Kahavor
Like their many past collaborative efforts, Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson have delivered another compelling story in the grandest tradition of the space opera.

The authors have a knack for developing many characters and weaving the threads of their lives together into an enticing world that's hard to set aside. While the pace is at times slow, as the character of each is further revealed, one can't help but to grow more invested in most every player in this drama, rooting for the General and his allies on both sides of the war and despising the truly deviant power hungry enemies. Even the Shadow-Xayans begin to become characters you can cherish and abhor in equal measure.

While the plot may not be anything wildly new and some of the characters are flat, the authors are able to maintain enough turns along with compelling writing and interesting characters to keep the reader engaged and even wanting more. This book seems to attempt to maintain a balance between revealing too much and too little of the characters and sometimes the wanting more isn't necessarily a good feeling.

Despite some of it's shortcomings,I found myself reading this book whenever I had 5 minutes to spare and when I was done, I was ready for the next book in the trilogy and another escapist journey.
Llathidan
Brian Herbert and Kevin Anderson carried on the Dune legacy by writing a series of books derived from the notes of the original author, Frank Herbert. These were very good stories, and I found myself riveted. However, this series is just "ok" and does not have the same riveting effect that I get when I read a book from the Dune series. Perhaps I am being unfair; this is, after all, a different story with a different foundation. But I sometimes get the impression that they are attempting to embark on their own but do not quite have the same creative genius as Frank Herbert. But let's be fair: Frank Herbert was a creative genius, with a gift that very few writers, even good ones, have. Overall, then, I can say that this series is "ok" for general reading but it will never be hailed as a masterpiece of science fiction genre.
Mavegelv
Interesting story, could have gone a little longer. Good BH and KJA series, with nice twists. I will be reading the last in the series.
Arihelm
The second in the trios was disappointing, it was a lot of rehash of the first like just filler to extend the series very little of it was anything new.( Spoiler) the only thing we find out is about the threat from more aliens. I feel like I've been misled into hoping for a better plot line I'm not sure the last one will be any better I expected better from Kevin Anderson
Taun
The characters are very well developed, and I like how the story is evolving on many fronts. The only reason it lost points is for the big reveal at the end. It was of obvious in the making, but I feel like it was just bad storytelling that no reason at all was given for the Xayans withholding of information in the first place.
Shakagul
A good continuation for this series. Now that we have gotten past the overly wordy character names the story continues. The constant storyline switches to keep you wondering and reading kept the interest level up and I moved through it quickly. A lot of plot twist that keep you wondering how this series will end.
I enjoyed the trilogy Not the top of my list but up there
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