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The Consuming Fire (The Interdependency) Paperback – 18 Oct 2018
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Provocative and unexpected (Wall Street Journal)
Rousing storytelling and satisfying intrigue . . . An engaging, well-crafted sci-fi drama (SFX on The Collapsing Empire)
Political plotting, plenty of snark, puzzle-solving, and a healthy dose of action . . . Scalzi continues to be almost insufferably good at his brand of fun but think-y sci-fi adventure (Kirkus Reviews on The Collapsing Empire)
A thrilling novel so in tune with the flow of politics that it would feel relevant at almost any time . . . Balances humour with action throughout the book, and always keeps the plot twists coming (Entertainment Weekly on The Collapsing Empire)
Scalzi builds a fascinating new interstellar civilization in order to destroy it....[The Collapsing Empire is] amusing escapism full of guts and brains (Ars Technica)
This is the dazzling second book in John Scalzi’s Interdependency trilogy. A battle for hearts and minds begins as a civilisation faces destruction – yet some won’t even acknowledge the threat.See all Product description
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The Consuming Fire is a good book but the first one third was slow and almost without any activity and it got me wondering if this would be a real disappointment. But it started moving and got interesting and in the end kept me reading with interest.
John Scalzi reminds me in this book about David Weber. Same love for emperors and nobility and that combination of pre-technology civilization combined with space age problems. Scalzi has more humor in his stories with less bloodbaths but they are two of a kind.
This is a good book and a decent number two in a series. I will continue to read them as soon as they get deivered from the printers.
It's still a good read, although make sure you've read the first in the series - this isn't one you can jump in at any point.
I think the universe Scalzi has developed for Interdependency series has potential to create content for many many many books. Looking forward for the next one!
Countess Nohamapetan is like a female Darth Vader. Just a great fun read.