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  1. says:

    Game fiction is often not exactly at the top of the list of uality books but this one sets new records in terms of horridne

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    Tony Gonzales continues the story of EVE The portal that transported humanity to another galaxy and then closed to strand them thereAt once a political thriller as much as a space opera this is the story of the ongoing power struggle between the various tribes of humanity Co existance is fragile between them and although everyone i

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    This book is the ultimate space opera Gonzales succeeded in not only weaving an impossible to put down tale spawned from the EVE universe but also providing us with unforgettable painfully human characters Unimaginable calamities and hardships befall them seemingly at every turn but the book never seems contrived and Gonzales is a master at

  4. says:

    I've been playing Eve Online for a while now When you log in there is generally fiction regarding the goings on of the universe intermixed with news of player created events That and some of the character creation background info is

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    You can read the full review over at my blog’ve long wanted to play EVE Online a game that many friends over the years have recommended to me on various levels but I’ve never been able to get around to it The expansive scope of the game the concept the visuals the mechanics everything is very intriguing an

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    First off if you're reading this to get a better idea of the EVE universe which is based on an MMORPG then this book is not a bad start I'd suggest that you get familiar with the basic backstory of EVE first wormhole the collapse of t

  7. says:

    I liked the book a lot I also play the game EVE Online MMORPG the worldsetting which the stories takes place in I also think one needs to read up a bit on the world and its canon to really understand the whole story properly Playing the actual game makes it a bit easy as wellWhile I enjoyed the book a lot there were moments when the writing wasn't really up to par and bits that seemed somehow unrelated Unrelate

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    Most important thing to get it out of the way as soon as possible this is a book based on a MMO game Eve OnlineHav

  9. says:

    Being sufficiently out of the loop I had never heard of EVE Online an apparently popular online game So I'm not sure how the novel by the company's director of intellectual property relates to the game On its own merits it's a well realized world with nicely complex politics The characters were distinctively drawn although

  10. says:

    I really enjoyed reading this book and playing the game Tony Gonzales does a great job of drawing you into the EVE

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The first novel based on the wildly popular role playing game EVE Online EVE The Empyrean Age brings this compelling science fiction environment to life A clone with no name or past awakens to a cruel existence hunted mercilessly for crimes he may never know; yet he stands close to the pinnacle of power in New EdenA disgraced ambassador is confronted by a mysterious woman who knows everything about him and of Tony Gonzales continues the story of EVE The portal that transported humanity to another galaxy and then closed to strand them thereAt once a political thriller as much as a space opera this is the story of the ongoing power struggle between the various tribes of humanity Co existance is fragile between them and although everyone is in their place everyone is not happyFighting amongst the various civilizations is led by immortals a crazed trillionaire a resurrected goddess the founders who represent the original seven tribes and a down on his luck terrorist who attains vast power uicklyTo those not happy with their lot in life all the factors of unhappiness are about to collide led by their respective representativeMixed in with the political machinations is a religious over tone and zealotryThis is a rousing adventure painted on a large canvas with bigger than life evil and goodnessRecommended

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EVE The Empyrean Age

Bred a uest for power like none before it; empires spanning across thousands of stars will clash in the depths of space and on the worlds within Those who stand before the tides of war willingly or not must face the fundamental choices that have been with man for tens of thousands of years unchanged since the memory of Earth was lostThis is EVE The Empyrean Age A test of our convictions and the will to surviv I liked the book a lot I also play the game EVE Online MMORPG the worldsetting which the stories takes place in I also think one needs to read up a bit on the world and its canon to really understand the whole story properly Playing the actual game makes it a bit easy as wellWhile I enjoyed the book a lot there were moments when the writing wasn t really up to par and bits that seemed somehow unrelated Unrelated things made sense later on when the events in the book connected with events in the game this was well AFTER the book was released during and after the Empyrean Age expansion of the gameThe big achievement here for me was tying the book and the game canon together so that they coincided with the big events within the world You saw the news and read of the cataclysmic events within the game world then realized you had read what happened behind the scenes in the book Adding several layers of depth into the world and giving the stories in the book new meaningsSome free online reading related to the world and canon of New EdenEVE Online Backstory EVE Exodus EVE Chronicles Short StoriesOne should also see the website NaviMenu on the left EVE ONLINE BACKSTORY Races and Organizations for even information

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The sinister plot against his government; his actions will one day unleash the vengeful wrath of an entire civilizationAnd among the downtrodden masses of a corporation owned world a man named Tibus Heth is about to launch a revolution that will change the course of historyThe confluence of these dark events will lead humanity towards a tragic destiny The transcendence of man to the dream of immortality has First off if you re reading this to get a better idea of the EVE universe which is based on an MMORPG then this book is not a bad start I d suggest that you get familiar with the basic backstory of EVE first wormhole the collapse of the EVE gate etc before fully diving in As for the book itself very well written Clean sharp and precise in my opinion While it didn t get into all of the meatiness of EVE that I would prefer that s a sharp bias I have because I play the actual game and don t we all want to see things that we can personally identify with I give it four stars instead of five because while the plot character and elements were all good there were certain parts that felt underserved The Gallente side of the story is one such example There also wasn t enough in my opinion enough exploration of some of the major movers in the EVE universe such as the Empress Jamyl or Tibus Heth While I enjoyed seeing Otro Gariushi in action again I feel he was the most developed character there but again that s a bias because I play the game and I ve read all the EVE Chronicles on the website Another issue that they didn t go into which I wish they had and they had a great opportunity to do so were the issues around which some of the major EVE conflicts revolve around racial discrimination slavery prejudice the ethics of being a capsuleer the trials of being a ruler so many issues that could have been looked at in depth While I appreciate that this book is supposed to be science fiction it is set in a realm that has so much to offer To see what I mean check out some of the Chronicles on the website some of them are simply amazing reads and they have almost nothing to do with the science fiction nature of the setting I just hope that the next book written by CCP Abraxas an employee of the company that makesruns the game can delve into such issuesThe greatest science fiction is really writing about solid issues wrapped in a veneer of science technology and conflict Heinlein Herbert Dick et al