The Chronicles of Soone: Heir to the King (Anglais) Broché – 1 octobre 2006
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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
Boy, am I glad I did! I would not have missed this exciting read for anything. Can't wait for the next one in the series.
I also hear this may soon become a comic book. With this author's gift for description, I can envision an awesome comic book, but going a step further (as I'm prone to do), I can also see this book as a big-screen production on the order of STAR WARS and STAR TREK. I think it would translate on the big screen much better than Harry Potter did. FYI, I'm a huge fan of good ol' Harry, but just think this book is more suited to what sci-fi fantasy fans have come to expect. I can imagine a future filled with outrageously fun SOONE conventions with fans dressed in the costumes of their favorite characters that sprang from the mind of James Somers.
Action! Thrills! Surprises! Suspense! This book has all that and more: more twists and turns than a California freeway of the L.A. variety.
THE CHRONICLES OF SOONE is a spirutal journey of freedom and justice too! Can't ask for more than that ... except sequel after sequel!
SIDENOTE: You may have noticed that Amazon has made some changes to its website. If it looks the same to you right now, look out for a new format that will be rolling out gradually in the weeks to come. If you can see the changes, especially the review format, I'd like to know what you think. Please leave me a comment with your opinion.
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This was a very pleasant and entertaining story, with likable characters and some interesting twists. The clones in the book are not like the Star Wars clones at all (at least, not the clones I spent time with in the book). In fact, my favorite character in the book is General Grod...a clone. I won't tell you why, though...y'all can discover that for yourselves ;).
Anyway, there's a good, solid story here, and I will be looking forward to the next one, which according to Somers' website, is already under way.
The novel also took on a quiet, Christian-based theme which remained subtle until the end of the novel at which point I did feel a bit uncomfortable at the first-mention/last-ditch display to "print" the name of God. I am a Christian myself, but I just didn't feel like it was natural in light of the idea being very apparent, yet subdued throughout the rest of the book.
Also, although I was very impressed with the story, I must agree with a previous comment regarding the grammatical quality of the novel. Editing mistakes often interrupted the flow of the book, but although distracting, definitely not a deal-breaker. As mentioned, the novel may have been released too soon, or possibly there was simply a lack of editorial expertise. This is the biggest reason that I would give the book a 3.5/5.0 .
In short, I found this book to be a quick, yet inspiring read. All of the elements you'd want in a great science fiction novel.