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by Simon R. Green

  • ISBN: 0451454359
  • Category: Fantasy
  • Author: Simon R. Green
  • Subcategory: Science Fiction
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Roc (February 1, 1995)
  • FB2 size: 1672 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
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The Deathstalker series of science fiction novels, by British author Simon R. Green, was written during the 1990s and early 2000s.

The Deathstalker series of science fiction novels, by British author Simon R. Although referred to by a single name, the series consists of two major episodes (each dealing with a different member of the Deathstalker Clan), and other associated novels providing a backstory to the characters and events of the fictional universe.

CHAPTER ONE Blood Debt. CHAPTER SEVEN The Lost Deathstalker. Owen Deathstalker: "I've always known I've been living on borrowed time. Hazel d'Ark: "I never said I loved you, Owen. CHAPTER TWO Old Truths Come Home to Roost. CHAPTER THREE Zero Zero. Jack Randon: "Politicians. Hang them al. Ruby Journey: "Peace was just a dream. Prophecy of a young esper: "I see you, Deathstalker. Destiny has you in its clutches, struggle how you may.

Praise for Simon R. Green’s. Deaths talker Rebellion. A strange mix of high tech and swordplay, like a grand space opera. It makes for lots of action-packed scenes and heroic efforts. Deathstalker Destiny. Be prepared for an incredible romp through a wonderful universe of space opera filled with outrageous and incredibly powerful heroes and villains, swords and disruptors, and more lethal creatures than you can imagine. Rip-roaring space opera with dastardly villains, exciting battles, nefarious plots, and strong-willed heroes.

audio releases of each book, see the following: Deathstalker Deathstalker Rebellion Deathstalker War Deathstalker Honor Deathstalker Destiny Deathstalker Legacy Deathstalker Return Deathstalker Coda.

For the multi-part audio releases of each book, see the following: Deathstalker Deathstalker Rebellion Deathstalker War Deathstalker Honor Deathstalker Destiny Deathstalker Legacy Deathstalker Return Deathstalker Coda. Book 1. Deathstalker. The Iron Bitch- her Imperial Majesty Lionstone.

Owen Deathstalker, last of the infamous warrior Clan, always considered himself more of a writer than a fighter . Deathstalker is the first book in New York Times bestselling author Simon R. Green’s beloved space opera series.

Owen Deathstalker, last of the infamous warrior Clan, always considered himself more of a writer than a fighter, preferring his history books to making any actual history with a sword. But books won’t protect him from Her Imperial Majesty Lionstone XIV, who just Outlawed and condemned Owen to death, without any explanation, reason, or warning. No wonder she’s called the Iron Bitch.

Книга жанра: Старинная литература, Старинная литература: Прочее. Deathstalker by Simon R. Green

Книга жанра: Старинная литература, Старинная литература: Прочее. Green. CHAPTER ONE. Clash by Night. It gets dark out on the Rim. Strange planets and stranger people can be found on the edge of Empire, where habitable worlds are few and civilization grows thin. Starcruisers patrol up to the Rim, but there are never enough ships to cover the vast areas of open space

Электронная книга "Deathstalker Legacy", Simon R.

Электронная книга "Deathstalker Legacy", Simon R. Эту книгу можно прочитать в Google Play Книгах на компьютере, а также на устройствах Android и iOS. Выделяйте текст, добавляйте закладки и делайте заметки, скачав книгу "Deathstalker Legacy" для чтения в офлайн-режиме. Now Lewis Deathstalker, Owen’s descendant, carries on the family name and honor as a Paragon, warriors famed for their skill and heroism who dispense the king’s justice throughout the galaxy.

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Deathstalker d-1 (Deathstalker Simon R. Year Published: 2005. Read books for free from anywhere and from any device. Year Published: 2014. Year Published: 2016. Year Published: 2015. Listen to books in audio format instead of reading.

Owen Deathstalker never wanted to be head of his clan. But when his father is murdered and he himself is outlawed by the order of the Empress, Owen must face the fact that destiny has other plans for him...
Reviews about Deathstalker (Deathstalker #1) (7):
Awesome series - from the Prequels (individually or in the combined compendium - Twilight of the Empire - to the Deathstalker Cycle - through the Trilogy that wraps it all up. Bigger than life heroes and villains, over the top action, humor - Deathstalker (and the rest of the books) have it all. The only complaint would be the price point of the e-books. So e-books were to be a more economical way to get books by reducing the publishing costs.... Yeah, I also know the price points are set by the author / publisher.... So when this one came down to $1.99 it was perfect. Oh, and it was nice to note when I was looking at the Deathstalker Canon that instead of an electronic version of Twilight of the Empire - the three individual books have been broken out to get that much more money..... Great story but pricey in e-book form,
I love all of the Deathstalker books. The characters are unique and are not what they seem on the surface. There is humor but it is on the dark side and there is some sense of hope but it comes in a subtle way. The book is an easy read but I would recommend it to older teens rather than young teens mainly for the drug use and the gore, although that might not be so shocking to young teens these days. I'm just an older adult who thinks young people should read age-appropriate material, so you can take my suggestion as just that -- a suggestion. I will say that after reading this first book in the series, I was hooked and couldn't wait for the next one to be available.
This is one of the best space opera books out their!!! If you are looking for a good book look no further.
Starts off slow. Quit it for awhile exasperated, but came back. Second half is better than the first.
If you like your science fiction short and sweet, Simon R. Green's Deathstalker series is not for you. This is space opera in the grand tradition, filled with sweeping turns and possibilities extending across an Empire of worlds and centuries, featuring a cast of human aristocrats, clones, espers (mutants with varying ESP capabilities), monstrous aliens, augmented men, genetically-enhanced creatures, legends and heroes from the past, and outlaws. The newest outlaw is none other than Owen Deathstalker, de facto leader of the Deathstalker clan ever since the imperial murder of his father. All Owen wanted was to be left alone to pursue his history studies, but destiny has a way of finding its chosen victims wherever they may be. Queen Lionstone XIV declares Owen an outlaw, and in an instant he is running for his life. Thus are sown the seeds of a rebellion that will change the Empire forever. Of course, that story only begins to be told in this first volume of the exploits of Owen Deathstalker.

Deathstalker first escapes - barely - to Mistworld, a cold stink-hole of a planet that serves as the one and only refuge of outlaws all across the Empire. In the company of fellow outlaw Hazel D'Ark, to whom he literally owes his life, Owen seeks out the Empire's most legendary rebel, Jack Random, to join his nascent little rebellion. Throw in a sassy female bounty hunter and one of the Hadenmen (augmented men who once sought to wipe out the inferior human race), and you've got quite an eclectic bunch of revolutionaries. Things only get weirder from here, as upcoming destinations for Owen include Shandrakor, the legendary planet where the founder of the Deathstalker clan reportedly lies in stasis, and - deep within the confines of the Dark Rim - the Wolfling World, home of the Tomb of the Hadenmen, the Madness Maze, and the Darkvoid Device, destroyer of worlds.

Strangely enough, however, especially given all of the action Owen Deathstalker and his allies see - and, brother, they see all kinds of fierce, bloody action - at least half of this novel takes place back on the home world of the Empire. Here we see just how big a mess the Empire is really in. Besides the Queen's constantly dastardly plans, we see an aristocracy run amuck with intrigues, secret deals, betrayals, murderous vendettas, and all kinds of juicy stuff that truly reeks of decadence. No one is really who they seem, especially the likes of Valentine Wolfe, the Empire's most famous drug addict, and Finlay Campbell, a comical little fop whose secret identity as the Empire's greatest fighter is unknown to everyone but the woman he loves, a woman who just so happens to be a clone - but that is only one of many other secrets that slowly reveal themselves as this epic novel proceeds. Several personal roads lead us deep into the underground, where a secret alliance of clones, espers, and humans plan their own revolution against the Iron Throne. I found this aspect of the novel even more fascinating than Owen Deathstalker's remarkable story, and the rebel assault on the esper prison known as Wormboy Hell proves even more exciting than the novel's closing engagement on the Wolfling World.

Brimming with intrigue, harboring a number of significant and genuinely shocking surprises along the way, and filled with fascinating characters of all sorts, Deathstalker is quite an exhilarating read. It's a rather long read, as well, and you should keep in mind that it is really just the beginning. This is a story that will play out over literally thousands of pages, and Deathstalker represents only an initial plunge into the vast ocean of Simon R. Green's creative genius. The book has a few shortcomings in terms of specific plot events, and it can be disconcerting to see how much of the novel does not involve the main character, but this is awe-inspiring science fiction played out on an epic scale. Only a select few writers can realistically give life to such a large and complex world, but Green proves himself to be a master juggler of words and ideas - best of all, he seems to have a full bag of startling surprises and plot twists at his disposal that promises to make the Deathstalker series something really special and vastly entertaining.
Great! It's like Neal Stephenson but less convuluted
Quite enjoyable. I look forward to book 2. Very fun and silly
Zeus Wooden
This is, quite simply, the most fantastic journey I have ever taken. This wonderful book has everything I look for in a great Science Fiction novel. Swashbuckling space adventures, epic duels, family intrigue, unlikely love, and alien threats with impossible advantages. This is my fifth read through, and I will read it many more times throughout my life.
I have always loved Simon Green 's books. It is not the most realistic of sci-fi worlds but the books are well written.

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