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Chaos Space: The Sentients of Orion Book 2…
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Chaos Space: The Sentients of Orion Book 2 (original 2008; udgave 2010)

af Marianne de Pierres

Serier: Sentients of Orion (2)

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Having fled the invasion on Araldis, Mira Fedor travels to the nearest Orion League planet seeking aid for her devastated world, but the authorities seem more interested in stealing her bio-ship, Insignia, than in rendering help. While Mira flees from world to world, Araldis burns. The more Mira uncovers, the more mysteries she finds: why is the initiate Tekton taking such extreme measures just to acquire a mineral alloy? Why do so many of the protagonists in this galaxy-wide drama have links to the Stain Wars? And what part does the Sole Entity - literally, God - have to play . . . ?… (mere)
Medlem:ashooles
Titel:Chaos Space: The Sentients of Orion Book 2
Forfattere:Marianne de Pierres
Info:Little, Brown Book Group (2010), Paperback, 432 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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  jim.antares | Nov 12, 2015 |
I loved reading Chaos Space. Yet I can't figure out a good way to review it, without spoilers or going too much into summary mode. So I'm going to keep it brief (maybe)

This is part of a four book series. There are quite a few main characters - and each one is written wonderfully. Each character has her/his own voice, and own personalities. Some are people you'd love to know and some are people you'd love to punch. In fact, a couple new characters are introduced and yet it never felt overwhelming to me.

In the first novel, Mira ran from her college (in the books, this is called something else) to avoid having gene surgery. At the end of the last novel, she had finally met up with the biozoon - the sentient space ship of the family - the one that was to be given to Trin, even though Mira was the one with the ability to connect to the ship.

The planet that her aunt lived on, where she ended up, and ironically that Trin ended up also - is attacked. Chaos space is the story of how they escape - the story of how they get in the position for Mira to take the Biozoon and leave the planet to ask for help. Trin has led survivors into caves to hide and wait for rescue.

At the same time JoJo has problems of his own-searching for his ship, and Tekton is also going through his own set of problems - though they are vastly different from Mira and Trin's problems. And Sole, the godlike entity that JoJo came across - it's just trippy. There are long range plans that Sole has, and they might not be good for the beings of all the planets.

Besides all the plotting and subplotting that dePierres weaves throughout each other, she does a brilliant, genius job with world building. Each society that her characters come from has intricate behaviours, rules, and societies - and yet she manages to convey all without large infodumping. Even the knowledge that is needed to understand what is happening is layered in within the story - it's done so subtly that it's painless reading. Such a refreshing read - it's loaded with intricate plotting, tech, knowledge and yet it's smooth reading. You can become immersed and next thing you know - the book is over. I have enjoyed all of Marianne de Pierres scifi novels ( )
  Mardel | May 31, 2012 |
I negan to read this one a bit hesitantly after finishing the first one, Dark Space. But I was pleasently surprised. Maybe I had become more familiar with the characters, but this one seemed to make a lot more sense. I was picturing what was happening and becoming involved and feeling for the characters a lot more. The introduction of the philosopher, Thales, also lightened the book. I found myself diving right into the parts about him. He is a thoroughly interesting character, which I would love to learn more about. All in all, I quite enjoyed it. ( )
  ashooles | Sep 14, 2011 |
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Having fled the invasion on Araldis, Mira Fedor travels to the nearest Orion League planet seeking aid for her devastated world, but the authorities seem more interested in stealing her bio-ship, Insignia, than in rendering help. While Mira flees from world to world, Araldis burns. The more Mira uncovers, the more mysteries she finds: why is the initiate Tekton taking such extreme measures just to acquire a mineral alloy? Why do so many of the protagonists in this galaxy-wide drama have links to the Stain Wars? And what part does the Sole Entity - literally, God - have to play . . . ?

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