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Ash Ock [Format Kindle]

Christopher Hinz

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A quarter of a millennium ago, before the nuclear apocalypse forced the inhabitants of earth to flee their home planet, few humans could have imagined the course their path would take. Now, the orbital colonies are the final sanctuary of humanity and life is more dangerous than ever before. The colonists fear the return of their dreaded enemies, the Paratwa—ferocious warriors who are genetically engineered to exist in two bodies which remain telepathically connected. The new generation of Paratwa is far deadlier than the old, forming a powerful caste of fighter known as the Ash Ock. A mysterious virus infecting the humans database signals the return of their most feared enemies… 

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  • Editeur : Open Road Media Sci-Fi & Fantasy (1 avril 2014)
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  • Langue : Anglais
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Amazon.com: 3.8 étoiles sur 5  30 commentaires
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 He completely changed the plotline . . . 1 juillet 2007
Par C. Nelson - Publié sur Amazon.com
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It seems that I'm the only one on the planet who hated Ash Ock and Paratwa. Liege Killer is definately a groundbreaking novel. The problem occurs in that he completely changes the backstory (which was excellent) to a half-arsed alien novel, instead of a scientific breakthrough. This discontinuity is similar to the storyline changes between the movies Highlander and Highlander II.

I cannot recommend either Paratwa or Ash Ock, as they are very poor sequels to a fantastic novel.
7 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
1.0 étoiles sur 5 He completely changes the backstory . . . 1 juillet 2007
Par C. Nelson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Poche
It seems that I'm the only one on the planet who hated Ash Ock and Paratwa. Liege Killer is definately a groundbreaking novel. The problem occurs in that he completely changes the backstory (which was excellent) to a half-arsed alien novel, instead of a scientific breakthrough. This discontinuity is similar to the storyline changes between the movies Highlander and Highlander II.

I cannot recommend either Paratwa or Ash Ock, as they are very poor sequels to a fantastic novel, solely due to the drastic change in the storyline.
4 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 More of What You Liked in Liege-Killer 9 février 2005
Par Eiji Hirai - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Poche
Most of the reviews have explained some of the plot, so I won't rehash that. What I will try to do is explain why you should or shouldn't buy this, whether you'll like this or not.

First, you probably shouldn't buy or read this until you have read the first book in the series, Liege-Killer. The series is definitely in the genre of science fiction thrillers, where the action flows through quick and strong, the events really have major consequences, and major conspiracies are revealed. It's a great read.

If you like Liege-Killer, then will you like Ash Ock. It gives you more of what makes Liege-Killer a great read. If you thought the Paratwa and the Irryan Council had conspiracies up their sleave, there are more hidden agendas and conspiracies that are revealed and more struggles to fight, with even bigger stakes for the characters involved. If you didn't like Liege-Killer, then you'll probably not like Ash Ock either, since it's more of what's in Liege-Killer.

One word of warning. If you're going to buy and read Ash Ock, you'd better buy the third book in the series, Paratwa. Even though Liege-Killer was a book that can stand on its own, and the story has a satisfying ending, the Ash Ock book is the 1st part of a 2 part story that ends in Paratwa. Ash Ock ends abruptly in the middle of a story and Paratwa continues right where Ash Ock ends and ends the 2 part story in a nice conclusion. So get both, or you'll be kicking yourself after you finish Ash Ock and you'll be wondering what happens in the next hour in the story.

I haven't had this much fun reading a science fiction thriller in a long time. Enjoy the ride.
2 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Conclusion To Story Started in Ash Ock 9 février 2005
Par Eiji Hirai - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
Most of the reviews have explained some of the plot, so I won't rehash that. What I will try to do is explain why you should or shouldn't buy this, whether you'll like this or not.

First, if you're reading this review, you've probably read Liege-Killer (the first book) and continued on to Ash Ock (the second book). Even though Liege-Killer was a book that can stand on its own, and the story has a satisfying ending, the Ash Ock book is the 1st part of a 2 part story that ends in Paratwa. Ash Ock ends abruptly in the middle of a story and Paratwa continues right where Ash Ock ends and ends the 2 part story in a nice conclusion. So get both, or you'll be kicking yourself after you finish Ash Ock and you'll be wondering what happens in the next hour in the story.

Now the question is, are Ash Ock and Paratwa worth reading if you like Liege-Killer? The answer is a resounding yes. There's more of what made Liege-Killer a great read, with major events and conspiracies, whose resolution will change the fate of all the major characters and the fate of the human colonies. Almost all the major questions and secrets that were hinted at in Liege-Killer and Ash Ock are revealed, all the plot twists are untied and almost everything is explained in Paratwa. The major conflicts do come to their satisfying conclusion.

Unlike a lot of trilogies, this one doesn't disapoint, and doesn't leave you hanging. It's definitely worth reading to the end. Don't get off the roller coaster early, because the best part of the ride is near the end.

Enjoy the ride.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Their worst nightmares appeared, but who controlled them 30 mai 1996
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The third book in the Paratwa series is not really that great.
The Paratwa, one mind in two bodies, are returning after
destroying Earth and bringing on Armagedon two hundred
years before. As they approach in a superscience spaceship,
the space colonies struggle to deal
with the return of their worst nightmare. The plan the
Paratwa have for domination is very complex with many fall back
positions. Is the renegade Paratwa, Gillian, the only real
hope? Or is a computer file left in the inter-colony
net the what is needed to defeat the Paratwa?
Are the Paratwa just TOO superior?
What of the Ash Ock, Aristotle? The failing of the book is that
is does not have a palatable ending. You are left with the
question: What price survival?
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