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Horus Rising (Warhammer 40,000 Novels: Horus Heres&hellip von Dan Abnett
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Dan Abnet shines threw, 25. April 2006
I have been involved in the Warhammer 40,000 universe for 20 years now, and have been an avid military sci-fi reader for almost 30 years. For 20 years, fans of Warhammer 40,000 have known the basics of the story that serves as the "foundation" of the entire franchise - the betrayal of the god-like human Emperor by his beloved son, the Warmaster Horus, who becomes the "Satan" figure throughout the rest of the game. Abnett's novel at last puts a human face and details to the story, and has done so with breathtaking, moving brilliance. All of the characters are wonderfully depicted and very engaging, which makes the story all the more bittersweet since we know that despite the nobility and… Mehr dazu
Dark Watch (The Oregon Files, Band 3) von Clive Cussler
I KNEW 'Dark Watch' would be without-a-doubt the BEST Oregon Files book to date before I even read it. You can tell from virtually the very first page Du Brul's influence over this series. As another reviewer noted, if you want absolute reality, go read Clancy...however, if you are looking to spend several hours in the world of espionage cloaked in a world of tremendous adventure and quite literally dripping with action and quite a bit of humor, this book definitely fills the bill quite nicely.

First and foremost I noticed rapidly that the introduction of a 'Cast of Thousands' has been done away with. Certainly they all still exist, but the need to make every single one a major… Mehr dazu
The Third Secret: A Novel von Steve Berry
The Third Secret: A Novel von Steve Berry
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Steve Berry's Third, 25. April 2006
Berry's third novel manifests the usual Berry characteristics. He has done extensive research on the inner workings of the Vatican and studied Fatima and related occurences of purported appearances by the Virgin Mary. Berry has said that he seeks to inform as well as entertain; this was certainly true of his two previous novels which reflected substantial research on Czarist and World War II Russia, and it is true here as well. Another Berry characteristic is that his lead characters almost invariable do actions which are so patently stupid that the reader wants to scream--but I guess that is how you get a plot. Like his previous novels, the story moves along at a good clip, although at 372… Mehr dazu