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Leviathan Falls von James S. A. Corey
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Leviathan Falls

von James S. A. Corey (Autor)

Reihen: Expanse (9)

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Corey, James S. A. Leviathan Falls. The Expanse No. 9. Orbit 2021.
Reading Leviathan Falls, I was reminded again how deft is the Corey writing team of Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck. All the familiar elements of space opera are given an original twist. We have seen science at the service of the power-hungry before, but the motives of the baddies are diverse and nuanced in ways that make them stick in the mind and elicit as much pity as fear. The surviving crew of the Rocinante is more battle-hardened, battle-scarred, and battle-weary than in previous books. Naomi and Jim are more self-reflective than ever. Amos is, well, not quite Amos. Or maybe he is more Amos than ever. Their battle is no longer against petty tyrants but against an existential threat to humanity, and they know it. After eight volumes, not including short stories, the series has dozens of characters whose stories need wrapping up. There are as many philosophical and political issues as there are characters. Corey manages to give us just enough to satisfy without ever bogging down the action. It is quite a juggling act. The series has come to a satisfying end, with just a hint of future possibilities. Leviathan Falls is for me the most ambitious and best-written novel in the series, and that is exactly as it should be. 5 stars. ( )
  Tom-e | Jan 5, 2022 |
Leviathan Falls ends the epic space saga by James S. A. Corey. A week later, and I still have mixed feelings about it. On one hand, the story kept me guessing, and I never did figure out how it all was going to end. On the other hand, so many of the characters reflect on their ages, their experiences, and their long lives that I couldn’t help but miss those who did not make it to the final book, which happens to include two of my three favorite characters of the series. This made me sad because they were truly great characters who enhanced the story and would have shined during this book’s exploits. Still, I think the authors provided the right endings for those characters still left, and I can’t fault how they tied up all the plots. Truly a remarkable series. ( )
  jmchshannon | Dec 31, 2021 |
Very readable, the title gives away what's on the agenda. The Rocinante and its diminished crew are sought by Tanaka because they have Duarte's daughter which is the majority of the action, but not all that meaningful other than establishing Tanaka's character, which was pretty clear after two paragraphs. It's full of fan service and not really a whole lot else. ( )
  quondame | Dec 30, 2021 |
Final novel, they say, in the Expanse series. The core characters are older and changed, especially Amos, except in the ways he’s exactly the same (he’s not very communicative on the matter). Holden and Nagata do what they do—him rigid insistence and her subtle politics—and they try to deal with the fact that old gods are trying to kill them. ( )
  rivkat | Dec 21, 2021 |
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