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Alien Assassin: Book 2 of The Human Chronicles Saga (Volume 2) Paperback – 0100


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  • Publisher: Harris Publications (0100)
  • ASIN: B00FK8I950
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 31 May 2012
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This 2nd book in The Human Chronicles builds a bit more on the characters introduced in The Fringe Worlds (book 1) and brings in more of the "Humans" tale.
Easy to read, fast paced and great characterization makes it almost impossible to put down. In fact, I read book 1 and then book 2 back to back, now eagerly awaiting the release of book 3 "The War of Pawns".
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By R. Reshamwala on 26 July 2012
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Just like the first instalment the story moves quickly and is an easy read. The characters are great and as the story progresses it's impossible to put down. Already finished book 3 "The War of Pawns" and seriously can't wait until the next instalment. More please Mr Harris.
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By Ste on 10 Sept. 2013
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It's fast and fun. That's all we need say, you may end up with a superiority complex but i really wouldn't recommend punching any aliens you may come across.
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So, the decision Adam takes to be an assassin in the first book seemed a little rash to me, but putting that aside, in this book, he tries to make a name for himself in his chosen career. With his special abilities and training, he is able to be quite successful.

However, despite the title, this isn't really about his job, this is a continuation of the previous book, and after a relatively eventful but slightly underwhelming opening and middle, we get an epic space battle with Klin, Juireans, and Pirates. It's a momentous event for the series and is very exciting.

However, just like in the last book, there's far too many info dumps. In fact there's more here. I'll estimate that around a fifth to a quarter of this book is made up of unneeded descriptions of alien abilities, histories, personalities etc. as well as drawn out summaries of the last book. I know a person would understand the book better if they knew the previous story, but that's why series are numbered, and no one in their right mind would read number two before number one, so these summaries are superfluous.

So, all in all, it is at times an exciting adventure, but too much waffle and filler.
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