Endless Blue

Endless Blue

Paperback - 2009
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Confronted by the threat of genocide at the hands of the alien Nefrim, humankind's only hope lies in Captain Mikhail Volkov's desperate mission to the Sargasso Sea in search of the mystery behind the long-lost spaceship Fenrir.
Publisher: Riverdale, N.Y. : Baen ; London : Diamond [distributor], 2009
ISBN: 9781439132715
Branch Call Number: SciFic Spencer Pbk
Characteristics: 495 pages ; 17 cm


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jimbedley Dec 22, 2011

A good book, full of interesting ideas and characters. The action is plausible but don't think too deeply about it. This is a satisfying space opera that (perversely) still leaves you wanting more. Writing such a novel is much harder than it looks, so do not be tempted to look down upon it because it is (only) a page-turner. The author has done her homework and obviously spent a great deal of time polishing it. So it's a good read and, really, why else do you borrow novels from the library?

Dec 01, 2010

Good book, but through a lot of the story I felt like we'd joined in about halfway through. I kept thinking it was missing some backstory information - almost felt like the 2nd book in a series instead of a stand alone. I was able to get into it, but was slow going at first.


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