Emperors of the Twilight

Emperors of the Twilight The sequel to Forests of the Night hard hitting near future science fiction certain to appeal to fans of Total Recall and Terminator She was a top Agency operative bioengineered for survival against

  • Title: Emperors of the Twilight
  • Author: S. Andrew Swann
  • ISBN: 9780886775896
  • Page: 238
  • Format: Paperback
  • The sequel to Forests of the Night hard hitting, near future science fiction certain to appeal to fans of Total Recall and Terminator She was a top Agency operative, bioengineered for survival against impossi ble odds But now someone had targeted her for termination at any cost.

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    1. All right I ended up unintentionally reading Swann's Moreau quartet out of order. If you like the series the effect is negligible, because each book moves forward a few years in time and centers on a different character.The focus here is on Evi, a "frank" short for Frankenstein. The franks are viewed by some as even lower than the Moreaus. The Moreaus were genetically altered animals. the franks are humans engineered for combat in the Pan-Asian War just as the Moreaus were.Evi has been shifted f [...]

    2. Emperors of the Twilight is the second book in the Moreau series and it was just as fast paced and exciting as the first one. The plot for this book is a few years after the events of the first book and focused on Evi, the FBI/CIA agent we meet through Nohar.I enjoyed Evi's character and her development throughout the story. She's about as deep as Nohar's character, so not too great but not bad either.The story was exciting and kept me interested all the way to the end. There were lots of action [...]

    3. Emperors of the Twilight was a decent book (following Forests of the Night. It was exciting to dive back into the world where humans, moreaus, and franks lived. This book was chock full of action, mystery, and romance like the Forests of the Night (or FotN for short). It follows the same story line (picking up after the events in FotN) six years later with a different main character. It follows Evi Isham, a frankenstein or 'frank', described as the 'next step beyond human, her physiology bioengi [...]

    4. Not as good as the first book, but still good enough. Continues the plot with a different interesting angle. Where the first book concentrated on a detective/noir theme, this one's main character is a CIA agent and the theme is more mystery/conspiracy. Nohar was a better main character then Evi is, still it's a fun light read - I like the world in which these books take place, with it's anthropomorphic animals and genetically engineered beings, along with the humans (and of course aliens).Also, [...]

    5. Overall a waste of time. As with "Forests of the Night (Moreau, #1)" there are amateurish bits that made me think the author built them up from his teenage scribblings. Up through chapter 7 it's a good read, albeit one long chase and way more explicit than I like. But then it gets silly, then sillier. You could skip to chapter 15, but the remainder of the book is lame, so why bother?

    6. Pretty damn stupid, but that's exactly what I was hoping for when I found it. Haven't read the first one, gonna keep my eye out for others in the series because I'm a glutton for dumb sci-fi.

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