Deathstalker Rebellion (Deathstalker #2)

Review:

Deathstalker Rebellion - Simon R. Green

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Title: Deathstalker Rebellion

Series: Deathstalker

Author: Simon Green

Rating: 3.5 of 5 Stars

Genre: SFF

Pages: 510

 

 

 

Synopsis:

The first crack in the Empire has appeared. Now it is up to Owen Deathstalker and Company to turn that crack into a full blown crumbling.

And the aliens are wicked bad ass.

Can, and Should, Owen and Co. start a rebellion now? But how can they not?

 

My Thoughts:

Owen Deathstalker was a very small part of this book. He was the pinky in the handful of characters. Everyone else seemed to play a bigger part than him.

 

I enjoyed this, but the never ending succession of seat of your pants adventures actually got tiring, as I followed Character 1 through a harrowing adventure and then before I could catch my breath, I was swept up into Character 2’s adventure, times 5. It just felt too long.

 

Whatever.

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