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That might be an idea for a new thread - I simply buy from Kindle deals, which can be something of a miss-mash.Brian (replying to April comment), I read that a little while ago. Found it to be a very good book. If you like it and need/want some recommendations for similar things just let me know (I've got a half-dozen that together make an almost continuous history from the Conquest to the end of Henry IV's reign in the early 15th century).
Still is. Novelizations in the last 10 years include Terminator: Salvation (2009), Transformers 2 (2009), Star Trek (2009), Star Trek: Into Darkness (2013), Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015), Alien: Covenant (2017)Foster was the king of 'novel of the film' adaptations for a while there.
Glad to hear it, Bick. However, It's quite probable that his novelizations could only improve all of those films.Still is. Novelizations in the last 10 years include Terminator: Salvation (2009), Transformers 2 (2009), Star Trek (2009), Star Trek: Into Darkness (2013), Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015), Alien: Covenant (2017)
Vertigo reviewed "Crashing Heaven" by Al Robertson, giving it 4/5 and "an author to watch". I read "Crashing Heaven" and its sequel "Waking Hell" a while ago and greatly enjoyed both, seconding Vertigo's recommendation
If anything it gets better as you gradually come to understand the whole situation better. A good example of 'show don't tell' and allowing the picture to build up slowly rather than trying to explain it all in one go.
The first of these!
I started it yesterday, it has me enthralled, if the standard keeps up then I'll deffo buy book two