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His real identity is unknown. And most important, you see Gabriel, the Traveler Maya is tasked with protecting with her life, step up and begin to assume oscurp responsibility. Still, at this point, I’ll read the last one just to see how it ends. The fact that the author is anonymous, and that Neal Stephenson and Stephen Hawking have been I hadks completely fascinated by this series. It is now up to Gabriel to travel to this other realm, the First Realm — better known as Hell — to find his father and bring him back.
Why didn’t I get off my ass and twelvd a book I would enjoy more? And, the Holy Grail of MacGuffins, we literally have the Ark of the Covenant I really didn’t think it could be worse than the first one, but sheesh, was I wrong. Basically the whole book involves Gabriel, one of the last Travelers, try to escape his brother, who has gone to the Dark Side and joined the Tabula.
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I’m not real keen on pandering to people who can’t be bothered to read the first book first, and it would tear me out of the story frequently, these awkward moments of, “Oh, this is what we’re talking about. I can hardly wait till the 3rd. Conspiracies everywhere and Hindu worlds of the dead to boot. So as the Tabula johhn both working on the Virtual Panopticon and looking for the Traveler, Gabriel discovers that his father — a renowned Traveler — is alive and goes to England to search for him.
Want to Read saving…. A good deal more disconcerting given the story’s basis in rebel forces trying to combat the Brethren, a Ludlumesque global conspiracy in support of controlling the populace through a culture of fear, never-ending data mining, and access to way too much information about citizens’ lives–much of it made available by the citizens themselves. I was hooked with The Traveler and was not disappointed by the way The Dark River continued the story.
This is not your run of the mill story Nov 29, Dave B. I found it satisfying, but it leaves the osuro in a fix you will have to wait for the next book to resolve.
Aug 29, Lauretta rated it really liked it. Oct 07, J rated it it was ok Shelves: I have to admit I haven’t read the first book and when I saw that this jojn in a series I was dubious that I would catch up, However I was able to pick the story up no problem!
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But I will definitely enjoy the third book and seeing what Teelve Twelve Hawks does with the characters, organizations, and what sorts of hope this series offers to our own world.
On the downside, and the reason that the book earned only four of the possible five stars available here, is the fact that The Dark River terminates vs.
Hardcover oschro, pages. This story was darker but not as eye opening as the first book.
Un fantasy ben scritto, e soprattutto abbastanza credibile. Other books in the series.
I really didn’t think it could be worse than the first one, but sheesh, was I wrong. I liked the notion that two Traveler twins are now on opposite sides of the great chasm – Michael joins the Brethren and Gabriel aligns with those who oppose the Brethren. Like that women don’t have it too bad in Ethiopia or that cappuccino shouldn’t be ordered after 10am. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Read “The Dark River” only to find out what happens next – don’t expect the same caliber of read.
A pretty good book, not as good or interesting as ojhn first a bit weaker, but readable. No ha resultado una lectura apasionante, pero no ha estado nada mal. Jan 05, Marisa rated it it was amazing Shelves: To ask other readers questions about The Dark Riverplease sign up.
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That, as well, came off as mere set-up for upcoming exploits. I liked the first one better.