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James S. A. Corey

Autor de Leviathan Wakes

45+ Obras 30,993 Miembros 1,328 Reseñas 28 Preferidas

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James S.A. Corey is the pen name for a collaboration between Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck. James is Daniel's middle name, Corey is Ty's middle name, and S.A. are Daniel's daughter's initials. James' current project is a series of science fiction novels called The Expanse Series. They are also the mostrar más authors of Honor Among Thieves: Star Wars (Empire and Rebellion). (Bowker Author Biography) mostrar menos
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(eng) James S. A. Corey is a pen name used by a pair of authors Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck writing together. Do not combine with either of them writing alone, and do not add their names here as "other names".

Créditos de la imagen: Ty Franck (left) and Daniel Abraham (right), together forming James S.A. Corey, at Borderlands Books in San Francisco, June 21, 2014 - by Elf


Obras de James S. A. Corey

Leviathan Wakes (2015) 7,172 copias
La guerra de Calibán (2015) 4,069 copias
Abaddon's Gate (2013) 3,386 copias
Cibola Burn (2014) 2,798 copias
Nemesis Games (2015) 2,410 copias
Babylon's Ashes (2016) 2,190 copias
Persepolis Rising (2017) 1,948 copias
Tiamat's Wrath (2019) 1,680 copias
Leviathan Falls (2021) 1,101 copias
Gods of Risk (2012) 592 copias
The Vital Abyss (2015) 482 copias
Memory's Legion (2022) 429 copias
The Churn (2014) 404 copias
Strange Dogs (2017) 368 copias
Drive (2012) 245 copias
Auberon (2019) 182 copias
The Expanse: Origins (2018) 111 copias
The Sins of Our Fathers (2022) 89 copias
How It Unfolds (2023) 69 copias
Leviathan Wakes, Part 1 (2013) 16 copias
Das Protomolekül (2024) 3 copias
Leviathan Wakes, Part 2 (2013) 2 copias
The Expanse 1 copia

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Aviso de desambiguación
James S. A. Corey is a pen name used by a pair of authors Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck writing together. Do not combine with either of them writing alone, and do not add their names here as "other names".



Jeff's 2019 Reads en The Green Dragon (abril 2021)


Picking up where Persepolis Rising left off, we find the crew of the Rocinante scattered across different star systems and doing different stuff. Laconia is consolidating its position as the pre-eminent expression of humanity in the galaxy, but along with that goes a massive dollop of hubris - a scientific mission to survey many of the gate worlds is intended to find new weapons, whilst Dr. Cortázar has sold High Consul Duarte on the unquestionable benefits of life extension via protomolecule. What could possibly go wrong?

What indeed. Laconia's belief that the gate builders have the same motivations as humans and can be manipulated by displays of force in the same way as traditional human politics suggests blows up in their collective face, just at the same time as the Sol system resistance gets a lucky break. Things go downhill from there.

This instalment definitely kept me reading on into the small hours of the morning to see what happened next! There are some sad surprises and one revolving door, but overall the story is still on target. (Though I did raise an eyebrow where Chrisjen Avarsarala's grand-daughter commented on the old woman's likely reaction to her Laconian state funeral and then had to explain - for the benefit of some younger readers, I suspect - the significance of "you could power a planet by hooking a turbine to her right now"...)

I'm also increasingly finding that exploring the logic of Empire is causing the writers to slip some quite important realpolitik lessons into the text, which many people, especially those who would benefit the most from such lessons, will miss because this is "just" science fiction. Sigh.
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RobertDay | 62 reseñas más. | Feb 26, 2024 |
Slows down a bit from the first two books, while keeping the twists coming at the end. Sets the stage for the leap into the unknown.
eaharms1 | 140 reseñas más. | Feb 24, 2024 |
I didn't find this book as good as the previous ones, which i put down to a character thing.

Too much christian waffle: i live in hope that by the time Hominids are travelling the whole solar system we'll have gotten over this all the organised religion thing and seen it for what it truly is.   I found it beyond tragic that people were still clinging to this twaddle.

And i also found Clarissa just tedious and annoying: like a lot of spoiled rich brats that i've known in my life.   I really don't like reading about them and having to endure their thinking.

Still, it has it's good parts, which do balance the few crap characters and religiosity out and offer some redemption (pun intended) for those expecting something better.

I've now dived straight into The Vital Abyss, which is much better and more like what i expect from this series.
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5t4n5 | 140 reseñas más. | Feb 18, 2024 |
Nine massive books, with some pretty big events covered from start to finish. Trying to finish this series satisfactorily was going to be challenge for any writer, but these guys pulled it off.

Somehow staying true to the themes of cooperation vs. greed that has driven the entire narrative, and although leaning deeper into the more speculative science compared to the rigorous 'hard sci fi' of it's beginnings, it none-the-less never lets up in it's narrative promise to make things difficult for it's characters.

A natural place for these stories and characters to end.
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JasonMehmel | 36 reseñas más. | Feb 9, 2024 |



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