Hidden Empire (The Saga of Seven Suns, #1)

Hidden Empire (The Saga of Seven Suns, #1) Download Hidden Empire The Saga Of Seven Suns, 1 By Kevin J Anderson Airdomains.co.uk Having Colonized Other Worlds, Humans Are Certain The Galaxy Is Theirs For The Taking But They Soon Discover The Horrifying Price Of Their Arrogance When A Scientific Experiment Awakens The Wrath Of The Previously Unknown Hydrogues And Begins A War.

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 672 pages
  • Hidden Empire (The Saga of Seven Suns, #1)
  • Kevin J. Anderson
  • English
  • 03 November 2018
  • 0316003441

10 thoughts on “Hidden Empire (The Saga of Seven Suns, #1)

  1. says:

    This series is the closest equivalent to an epic fantasy series in Sci Fi form that I ve read I really really love it The characters are really interestingly drawn, the worlds are interesting, the spec...

  2. says:

    A sprawling space opera Big cast of characters, colonization of other planets, alien civilizations, FTL travel and space battles Kevin J Anderson weaves a story of epic proportions and scope, using broad strokes to keep the plot moving forward, never allowing the multiple POVs and story arcs to get bogged down in too much detail or get sidetracked into tangents of spontaneous creativity I m looking at you again Hamilton Speaking of other scifi writers, I m currently reading Alastair Reynold A sprawling space opera Big cast of characters, colonization of other planets, alien civilizations, FTL travel and space battles Kevin J Anderson weaves a story of epic proportions and scope, using broad strokes to keep the plot moving forward, never allowing the multiple POVs and story arcs to get bogged down in too much detail or get sidetracked into tan...

  3. says:

    I was in the mood for a good space opera and this sounded good It is the first book in a long series and there seemed to be plenty of good comments on itby well known authors inside the cover I rarely let such one line reccommendations influence me and now I remember why Many of these reviwes describe the book as richly detailed , others mentioning that the characters are well drawn or complex No one lied It is richly detailed the characters, the aliens, the planets, the spcaeships e I was in the mood for a good space opera and this sounded good It is the first book in a long series and there seemed to be plenty of good comments on itby well known authors inside the cover I rarely let such one line reccommendations influence me and now I remember why Many of these reviwes describe the book as richly detailed , others mentioning that the characters are well drawn or complex No one lied It is richly detailed the characters, the aliens, the planets, the s...

  4. says:

    The beginning of a sprawling, seven volume space opera It s massive, but it s important to note that Anderson planned the entire story out ahead of time, and that the entire series is complete It s not one of those series that just keeps growing because the author wants to milk the franchise.The first volume introduces a lot of chara...

  5. says:

    Story 3.5 5 1 Being Vague, rambling plot with no little believable storyline5 Ripping yarn, clever, thought provoking I read this book years and gave it two stars, i just couldn t get into it So it was with some trepidation that I started again A friend of mine was convinced that I would like this series He recently told me to stick with Alistair Reynolds when I was on the verge of giving up and now I am a Reynolds fan So, I tried this one again and I enjoyed it Why W...

  6. says:

    Kevin J Anderson gets a bad rap from the Star Wars books he wrote Many consider them to be the worst books in the entire franchise I was hoping that either he had improved since then, or that somehow the Star Wars books were just an aberration and here he is writing a truly epic science fiction saga But reading this book, I am reminded why I hated his other books and thought he was such a poor writer in the first place.This book is almost unreadable It s infodump after infodump Between ever Kevin J Anderson gets a bad rap from the Star Wars books he wrote Many consider them to be the worst books in the entire franchise I was hoping that either he had improved since then, or that somehow the Star Wars books were just an aberration and here he is writing a truly epic science fiction saga But reading this book, I am reminded why I hated his other books and thought he was such a poor writer in the first place.This book is almost unreadable It s infodump after infodump Between every line of dialogue there is needless infodump, throwing you right out of the story Never have I so felt that I could see the author sitting there writing these words, rather than the character.He is supposed to be an experienced writer But if I didn t know better, I would think that he is still a beginner From the...

  7. says:

    I really enjoyed this book I ve read it and the second while the third sits on my shelf waiting I date back to the 60s and have read both good space opera and bad space opera this is good space opera I tend to like what is called Military Science Fiction ...

  8. says:

    661 pages of space opera with all the ingredients readers are used to find in this genre archaeological mysteries, impressive technology, exotic rogues, ancient civilizations and new alien menace Yet this novel failed to grasp my interest I found that everything was too predictable the fate of Raymond Aguerra, the secret of the Klikiss robots, the discoveries made by the Colicos archaeologists A trait that is not helped when most sections are developed in a bland manner, taking far too many 661 pages of space opera with all the ingredients readers are used to find in this genre archaeological mysteries, impressive technology, exotic rogues, ancient civilizations and new alien menace Yet this novel failed to grasp my interest I found that everything was too predictable the fate of Raymond Aguerra, the...

  9. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Having read KJA previous 6 novels in the Seven Suns arc I ve been looking for a critique that doesn t sound blindly sycophantic when considering dogged commitment to the seventh final installment.I don t know how critics have overlooked KJA s plodding and extremely repetitive chapters Or the authors numerous contradictions and glaring stupidity of characters involved I.e Grand, and ultimately inane, statements like a million Roamer skymines would not have made the gas giant of Golgen seem cr Having read KJA previous 6 novels in the Seven Suns arc I ve been looking for a critique that doesn t sound blindly sycophantic when considering dogged commitment to the seventh final installment.I don t know how critics have overlooked KJA s plodding and extremely repetitive chapters Or the authors numerous contradictions and glaring stupidity of characters involved I.e Grand, and ultimately inane, statements like a million Roamer skymines would not have made the gas giant of Golgen seem crowded One paragraph later Because of congestion, ...

  10. says:

    I picked this up because of all the praise on the back cover ok, well I picked it up because one of the review snippets said it was bursting with incidents which, to me, seemed the book equivalent of saying a rom com is the funniest movie of the year I had low expectations I was still disappointed Mostly, I found this book blah The prose is frequently patronising If characterisation is done well I shouldn t need to be constantly reminded that someone was doing something intelligently I picked this up because of all the praise on the back cover ok, well I picked it up bec...

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