Firstborn #2019

Firstborn Christie Golden Firstborn Vintage paperback

  • Title: Firstborn
  • Author: Christie Golden
  • ISBN: 9780743471251
  • Page: 157
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Firstborn Christie Golden Vintage paperback
    Firstborn Christie Golden

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    1. This was a random buy for me, though I am not disappointed by the purchase Brought back some fond memories of playing starcraft back when I was a bit younger For the most part I enjoyed the read The characters and story were engaging The only thing I felt that was a bit off is that it took a while for the story to take off Some build up leading to all the discovery and action But all in all a good read and will be looking into obtaining the rest of the series.

    2. Well, I read the book I got a free copy of it at a convention, so I figured, Eh, why not Unfortunately, that s about all I can say about it for liking it.Christie Golden definitely has writing talent, I will grant Plausibility, dialogue, richness of details all were what I would expect from a seasoned author The thing was, Firstborn just didn t engage me, notwithstanding that I ve played Starcraft, and that I like the backstory of that universe.What I think it boiled down to was that despite the [...]

    3. This book is one of the best books I have ever read Some may not understand if you don t know what in the world is Starcraft its a video game, a strategy one I think , then maybe you don t want to read it I personally am a gamer so I know Blizzard s awesome games like WoW, Warcraft and there is a big difference, and Diablo III who likes to pick up a book every once and a while to read All in all, this book is an awesome book for gaming readers.

    4. A fun book for fans of Starcraft lore A well done story, though the writing is as should be expected somewhat sub par Only a few cringe worthy lines however, and on the whole an enjoyable if quick read.

    5. This was a surprisingly good novel It was compelling, but at times it felt a bit off I found the Savassan Temlaa parts sometimes a bit of a chore, but those chapters serve to further the story Considering that this is a novel based on a videogame, I was thoroughly surprised and intrigued to read the rest of the series By all means, this novel isn t anything ground breaking at all.I intended to give this book three since the writing felt off at times, and some things gave me the impression was th [...]

    6. You can read the full review over at my blog sonsofcorax.wordpress 2014The first time I ever ran into StarCraft was in one of the two gaming magazines I got as a kid, many, many years ago now I recall reading a review of the game in the magazine and thinking, I d like to play that But that didn t happen until I got into college And you know what, I loved the game It was sort of similar to WarCraft strategy games were all similar to me back then but nuanced I suppose Then the obsession went furt [...]

    7. First of all, i d question my objectivity on any book that s related to StarCraft, simply because i consider myself to be a HUGE fan of the series and the story Bearing that in mind, this is my opinion on the book.Now, despite it being written in 3 separate books, it s basically 1 story, and as such i will be giving my experience and impression of it as a whole, not book by book, simply because it ll make a lot sense this way.The story takes place in the year 2503, after Brood Wars 2500 and sli [...]

    8. Well, I read the book I got a free copy of it at a convention, so I figured, Eh, why not Unfortunately, that s about all I can say about it for liking it.Christie Golden definitely has writing talent, I will grant Plausibility, dialogue, richness of details all were what I would expect from a seasoned author The thing was, Firstborn just didn t engage me, notwithstanding that I ve played Starcraft, and that I like the backstory of that universe.What I think it boiled down to was that despite the [...]

    9. This is not the typical kind of book I read It is the typical book for my son He always reads books based off of video games I made a bet with him trying to broaden his horizons I told him that I would read one of his books if he read one of mine So he gave me this one I was VERY reluctant to start it but once I did, I found it was not so bad I actually was able to read the whole book and enjoy it while doing so I personally would of gave it 3 stars since I liked it but did not love it My son on [...]

    10. For what it is, a cheesy tie in to a video game, this book is actually quite riveting Skimping on the action that usually defines these sorts of works, Ms Golden crafted a story that really delved into Starcraft lore in an enriching way I really liked her writing style, which showcased a surprising amount of scholarship and played around with some great vocabulary at times My only real complaint was that there really wasn t much of a story, with most of the latter third of the book being occupie [...]

    11. Na za iatok tohto roku som si pre V s pripravil recenziu na al iu knihu z hern ho sveta Teraz to bude pr beh zo sveta popul rnej scifi strat gie Starcraft T to kniha je prv z existuj cej tril gie zvanej, ako ste si u mohli domyslie , S ga Temn ch Templ rov Ke e som s autorkou Christie Golden mal sk senosti u z kn h zo sveta Warcraftu, tak som jej dal ancu aj teraz, ke e som jedn ho asu na hre Starcraft 2 poriadne z visla il viac na overdeadbooks 2015

    12. What an unexpectedly pleasant read I know Christie Golden from her War Craft book, which were very good Hence I knew this book to be in good hands The book starts of slow and mediocre, but then it takes a very interesting turn Thereafter the story just becomes and interesting, and one wonders where it will end The book is filled with interesting characters with depth and history I can t wait to get started on the next book to see where it goes

    13. The world of Starcraft is an interesting one, and that s why many of these novels hold up and may be entertaining to read Unfortunately they are haunted by mediocrity.The authors seem to rush it through as if working by a production line and it results in sloppy pieces of work that lack consistency.

    14. It works both as stand alone book as well as first part of trilogy Golden s style is present at any time, although I believe the describing was a bit over the top It was over the top so much I couldn t follow her at times, but overall it was an Ok book that gave us insight into Starcraft universe.

    15. Though not confirmed by Blizzard as canonical as with all official Starcraft Novels , it was a great read, featuring run ins with locations, conflicts from and references to the Starcraft universe It s a perfect build up to the next volumes, leaving you wondering what Jake will find on Aiur.

    16. Good and fun read It relies heavily on the franchise s pre world building and it may be a bit confusing for people jumping in on the wagon.Who is Valerian, Why is Mengsk dynasty important, what is a Protoss or a SCV.Still a good read, especially for Starcraft fans.

    17. Read like a film script to a B Sci fi movie The descriptions of the characters feel forced and rushed, especially when they are describing one another from their own persepectsives, the romance is forced and feels unnecessary, especially for the genre and series of games.

    18. This is story about Jake and R.M.And also story about Temlaa and Sabassan who are ancient protoss.I was little bored when read it but next two books are exciting , so I think It s worth reading.

    19. Well it s for the fans of the game Although a bit slow at start but takes off quite well later on The starcraft universe is a very rich universe and it showed in the book.

    20. If you are interested in the Starcraft universe, this trilogy is a must read Clear your schedule, because once I started, it was difficult to stop.

    21. 3.5 stars The beginning was way too slow and boring, and it almost made me drop it It improved a lot after the first 90 pages.

    22. Setting a archeologist named jake Ramsey sees an alien and he gets his memory filled with hers and starts to run awaycratic it was very good the story line was i can

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