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  • Paperback: 684 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (15 Nov. 2012)
  • ISBN-10: 1480242594
  • ISBN-13: 978-1480242593
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 4.3 x 22.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (198 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 771,427 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Dan Worth was born in Bradford in the United Kingdom in 1977 and was educated at Hull and Bradford Universities. He has probably worked in every office job known to man at some point and writing kept him sane during his evenings and weekends. He writes for his own enjoyment but even though he now spends his working hours in a job he enjoys he still likes to wander off into his own imaginary worlds during his spare time.

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About the Author

Dan Worth was born in Bradford in the United Kingdom in 1977 and was educated at Hull and Bradford Universities. He has probably worked in every office job known to man at some point and writing kept him sane during his evenings and weekends. He writes for his own enjoyment but even though he now spends his working hours in a job he enjoys he still likes to wander off into his own imaginary worlds during his spare time.

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 1 May 2011
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dont normally buy self published ebooks but waas so blown away by the sample i gave it a try. really enjoyed the story, characters and universe it is all set in, reminds me of the BIG space operas that Peter F Hamilton writes. very easy novel to get into with some great ideas that even though we have all seen most of them before are still presented in an exciting fresh way. a real page?screen? turner, have already reccomended it on the SFX forums for books!, i just hope that book 2 is as good and others find this series and give this new author a much needed boost.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By M. Thompson on 19 Dec. 2010
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I've just finished this LONG book - quite a journey. All the main characters, and indeed the idea for the story, are in the book description - an exceedingly short synopsis for an enjoyably long work.
The characters are well fabricated, true that develop and change through the story. These are interwoven into technologies to be dreamed of on an epic scale. There are many very imaginative societies and vistas that all seem to have a foundation of engineering truth about them - nothing that is outside the believable world that the author has created.
The book is billed as a trilogy - what I am not sure of is whether this is the first of three or it contains all three. I hope that the former is the case and we can therefore expect more of this well written fantasy!
For Kindle readers - text to speech works, however there are just enough typos/odd grammar to be noticeable.
Update: Just read that there is a sequel on the way on the sci-fi thread.
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Mike Hale on 10 Mar. 2011
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I've just finished this book and what can I say? I was a fantastic page turner that I found difficult to put down. Popular sci-fi these days seems to seems to gravitate to extremes of uber complicated mind stretching tomes or overly simplified pulp reads (both of which I do enjoy according to mood). In Exiles, Dan Worth has hit the middle ground spot on. He has given us a book that has fascinating concepts to explore while maintaining a fluid and enjoyable pace. The characters in the book are both interesting and diverse enough to let me engage with them but (thankfully) did not have the reams of back-story behind them that some authors seem to feel we need. That is not to say that the characters are lacking substance, rather that Dan Worth tells us what we need to know to make the story work and to understand their motivations. I found the whole premise of the plot very gripping, ranging from the archaeological aspects of `lost civilisations' through to the sense of menace that the author built up when describing the ultimate (or more accurately penultimate) antagonists. I've already said that the book was a real page turner and this is both due to the subject matter along with the pace of the book. Like all good writing, the pace ebbed and flowed, yet maintained a momentum that always left me wanting to find out what happened next. Looking forward to the next one!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Domino on 1 Jan. 2012
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Brilliant Sci-fi with a wide range of characters that come together for a gripping finale. The book is long but drags you into the plot almost immediately and keeps your attention. For less than £2 you really can't go wrong. I was so impressed with the book, I downloaded and started book two as soon as I had finished Exiles. Apparently book 3 will be released in 6 months of so.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By M. Ives on 1 Mar. 2011
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Not a bad start for this proposed trilogy. It is fast moving and flows very well, capturing the imagination and difficult to put down. The odd twist and turn helps and that the author chooses 'reality' as a basis of life and death struggles as opposed the 'childish sanitised holywood fairyland' effect where everyone is saved at the last minute. Not so here - thank god!

The only thing I have against this is the underlying basis of the storyline (will not spoil it for the reader); and this is not against the author, but more at SiFi authors as a whole. Is there nothing new out there to write about?

A good read none the less and looking forward to the next installation.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Snam on 26 Dec. 2011
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Although I found the dialog a little clunky in places, maybe in need of a slightly harsher edit, it was totally absorbing and any criticisms were soon forgotten once I got sucked into the story. As I was reading I found myself watching the story unfold in my head more than reading it. I found every scene popping into my head with grate clarity, from the interior of cramped dingy stations to beautiful cityscapes and up to entire solar systems, seemingly without the need for pages of description. Combined with grate characters and a vast epic plot it makes for one of the finest sifi novels I have read in years!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr on 23 Dec. 2011
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This book was my second purchase for my Kindle and it was £2 very well spent.

Overall, the book's pace builds steadily throughout and is a gripping read. Some of the plot developments were slightly obvious but others kept me guessing until they were revealed. The characters can be a little bland at times, showing little in the way of uniqueness but they are at least believable (unlike some authors I could name).

I really liked the lack of focus on the technology, which some authors can get too wrapped-up in; for me good Sci-Fi just takes the technology for granted and doesn't try to justify or explain it beyond what's necessary for the story.

The ending is a little sudden and the book suffers somewhat from the lack of an editor, but for a first attempt at a self-published book, it's cracking. With the support of a publisher, Dan Worth could become a familiar name in Sci-Fi.

I am thoroughly looking forward to book 2 and the subsequent release of the 3rd book in the trilogy. A big thumbs-up from me.
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