In this final volume of the Horizon War Trilogy, a desperate war rages in the Horizon Realms, the mystic dimensions that surround Earth. The mages of both the Nine Traditions and the Technocracy are under attack by a mysterious willworker who calls himself Heylel Teomin, the Ascension Warrior. His challenge: Join me or be destroyed Only a small band of unlikely allies stanIn this final volume of the Horizon War Trilogy, a desperate war rages in the Horizon Realms, the mystic dimensions that surround Earth. The mages of both the Nine Traditions and the Technocracy are under attack by a mysterious willworker who calls himself Heylel Teomin, the Ascension Warrior. His challenge: Join me or be destroyed Only a small band of unlikely allies stands against him. If they fail, humanity is doomed....
|Title||:||War in Heaven|
|Number of Pages||:||350 Pages|
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War in Heaven Reviews
The typos and grammatical errors were definitely back with a vengeance in this book. This one was disappointing, though that may be because I pretty much read the whole thing in one sitting (which was exhausting).Just a few points of similarity I noticed between this series and the Red Death series:The big bad guy's plan depends on shape-shifters.There's a good guy (female in both series) that wields two swords.The big bad guy plans to gain control of two contesting groups to rule the world.In the end a good guy sacrifices themself to kill the bad guy.A bad guy who uses their voice as a weapon.
End of this series was not satisfactory. We don't know who the pattern clone is, neither the story of the shapechangers helping him, nor the relation they had with Ezra and Enzo. Death of Ezra and Enzo isn't either very good. Too many questions without answers. The book ends with a cliffhanger, but there wasn't another book after this one.All in all i only recommend this to somebody that already knows about world of darkness. Check his trilogy "Masquerade of the red death", much better and can appeal to wider audiences.
And it ended up sadly as a cliché, without matching my expectations (rightly done in the second book). I don't know most of the answers, I have a feeling of incompleteness, and if this is by design, I think its a bad sort of design. Sad, really sad when you await that much for some good ending and end up with this. Not even a page for the gran finale with the real villain ... what the f%#%$! I take what I've said from the two others ... don't even start.
Lleno de huecos, inconsistencias, incongruencias, lineal... Más que repetitivo, durante toda la saga copiaba y pegaba textos para contarte(una vez más) montón de veces quien era fulano o que era tal lugar, todos los minions eran versiones trabadas de Lorenzo Lamas. Sólo para fans de World of darkness, por supuesto lo amé.
Entretenido pero lleno de clichés. No sorprende pero es una lectura ligera ideal. Solo recomendable para un aficionado al Mundo de Tinieblas.
Trash. Honestly, Weinberg's characters are way too one-dimensional and the characters act very ham-fistedly. I regret spending the money on this book.