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The second book in Kevin J Anderson's Saga of Shadows trilogy “Anderson hits it out of the galaxy again” Booklist starred review on The Dark Between the StarsAn epic space opera of the titanic conflict of several galactic civilizations against a life destroying force of shadows a dark cosmic force that has swept through the undercurrents of the human interstellar empireThe i. First Kevin J Anderson wrote the Saga of the Seven Suns which consisted of seven books and now he has followed up with a further three called the Saga of Shadows about the same characters and their worlds This is the second of those books so I feel I know the characters really wellAnd you need to know them well because there are very many of them and the author moves his story to a different group of them in each chapter As a result each chapter ends on a cliff hanger and the reader has to wait many pages until a resolution comes around As a page turning techniue this is brilliant As with all the others this was a very long book but I enjoyed it hugely and am looking forward to the next one

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Blood of the Cosmos

Ntertwined plots overflowing with colorful ideas a large cast of characters and complex storylines span dozens of solar systems alien races and strange creaturesAs the second book of the trilogy opens the humans and Ildirans having narrowly escaped annihilation at the hands of the Shana Rei and their robot allies in Book One are desperate to find a way to combat the black cloud o. Another excellent installment by Kevin J Anderson My only complaint is that the constantly shifting viewpoints means it takes a long time to come to resolution there s a portion in the middle where five consecutive chapters basically end with something is coming The payoff is well worth it though Also Elisa is the worst

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F antimatter of the Shana Rei The mysterious alien Gardeners who had helped them previously turn out to be a disaster in disguise and because of them the world tree forests are again in danger The allies believing they have found a way to stop their dreaded enemies a new weapon is tested but it’s a horrible failure throwing the human race and its allies to the brink of extincti. This is the second book of Kevin Anderson s trilogy The Saga of Shadows It is the continuation of the story started in his first book The Dark Between the Stars As I mentioned in that review it took me a while to adjust to Anderson s chosen style of storytelling which relies heavily on familiarity with a large cast of characters and the ability to follow their individual storylines while relating them to the overall plot For those who enjoy sci fi this should be a first choice Anderson doesn t give any sugarcoating to his story While there are some admirable characters here there are a few self serving ones as well the ones you unconsciously find yourself waiting for karmic justice to catch up to them The overall storyline is very engaging as well people who find themselves pitted against an enemy who seems too powerful to conuer It will keep you engaged and longing for until you can read the final book of the series


10 thoughts on “Blood of the Cosmos

  1. says:

    First Kevin J Anderson wrote the Saga of the Seven Suns which consisted of seven books and now he has followed up with a further three called the Saga of Shadows about the same characters and their worlds This is the second of those books so

  2. says:

    Storyline 35Characters 25Writing Style 25World 25Sometimes a seuel makes you look back on the first in the series and hold i

  3. says:

    I still liked all of the characters they're all well drawn and almost all are actually likable too Despite the multitude of characters I never had trouble distinguishing who's talking or keeping track of all of them much less so than in many

  4. says:

    The continuing adventures in the Saga of Shadows trilogy and this picks up right where the Dark Between the Stars left off This one might suffer a little from middle book syndrome as you see lots war death and destruction happening between the ConfederationIldiran alliance and the Shana Rei but nothing really gets resolved yet Still a uick and fun read and really looking forward to the last novel in this series4 stars for a fun r

  5. says:

    Another excellent installment by Kevin J Anderson My only complaint is that the constantly shifting viewpoints means it takes a long time to come to resolution; there's a portion in the middle where five consecutive chapters basically end with something is coming The payoff is well worth it though Also Elisa is the worst

  6. says:

    Another great installment of this exciting space opera trilogy from one of the genre's finest exponents It continues the series immediately from where The Dark Between the Stars left off and gives further truck loads of the same fast paced action and bigness which are hallmarks of Anderson's epic storiesLike the previous books for a kick off we're given a decent story recap which is a great feature of the se

  7. says:

    I don't know if I just like characters who succeed in adversity all the POV characters protagonists in the saga of the seven suns we

  8. says:

    This is the second book of Kevin Anderson's trilogy The Saga of Shadows It is the continuation of the story started in his first book The Dark Between the Stars As I mentioned in that review it took me a while to adjust to A

  9. says:

    Blood of the Cosmos is the second novel in Kevin J Anderson's space opera series The Saga of Shadows This series is supposed to be a trilogy and is actually a seuel to the previous seven novel series The Saga of Seven SunsYes it's a long story It all takes place in a future time when humans have developed an empire spre

  10. says:

    Well I'm sad to say that this saga is disappointing compare to its preuel If the Saga of the Seven suns was a revelation wonderfully written KJ Anderson has somehow missed something in this onePay attention that the Universe in which we're evolving is still amazing but the literature style don't make it easy to red Each t