Deathstalker Rebellion is the second book in Simon R. Green’s Deathstalker saga, preceded by Deathstalker and followed by Deathstalker War. For those who. Owen Deathstalker – outlawed, with a price on his head and the blood of a mighty warrior lineage in his veins – had no choice but to embrace a dangerous. Listen to Deathstalker Rebellion: Being the Second Part of the Life and Times of Owen Deathstalker Audiobook by Simon R. Green, narrated by Gildart Jackson.
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The original Deathstalker book was the best, and although this was a good read, it was a lot slower to get through. Deathstalker Rebellion is a weird bastard of a book, filled with contradictions inconsistencies, coincidences, unsubtlety and unintentional hilarity. Confusing series order Author’s note on title page: I can imagine that this series is extremely polarizing, but it will certainly appeal to some people.
I was on my way to the toilet, and if anything, my deathtalker is even worse now than it was.
May 21, Jer Wilcoxen rated it did not like it Shelves: Apr 09, Phil Kozel rated it really liked it Shelves: I love deathstal,er humor in these books. This book has the same flaws as the first in the series, and the rest – overly-repeated rebellkon, small mistakes in things such as naming, all of that But I personally am certainly able to deal with that.
Having recently finished Deathstalker, I immediately went on to book 2, Death stalker Rebellion. Aug 01, Gavin rated it really liked it Shelves: In spite of that though, the characters are interesting if a little wooden and the worlds, aliens, and technology Green incorporates into the universe including a mix of laser blasters and swords that quite appeals to the scifi-swashbuckler in me keeps me reading on.
Jul 11, Ubiquitousbastard rated it liked it Shelves: Deathstalker 2Deathstalker Rebellion It introduced one really interesting character–Half a Manand much of the rest was routine. But Deathstalker Rebellion was still a long, long, long, book with an overwhelming amount of details.
A big meeting is held with our group of rebels, along with the Golgatha Underground and a few others. Jul 27, Ladiibbug rated it really liked it.
Owen and his allies try to combine their This second instalment of the Deathstalker series was similar in quality to the first. Aug 25, Harrison rated it liked it.
Deathstalker Rebellion: Being the Second Part of the Life and Times of Owen Deathstalker
To be honest, this book is one of those that you think “Man, I’m not getting anywhere! Most of the characters didn’t feel like deeathstalker characters that could be replaced in another series, renamed, and never noticed to be anything different. It just keeps droning, on, and on, and on, and on Believe me, this is the perfect space opera you where looking for.
Deathstalker Rebellion Deathstalker 2 by Simon R. This is my first one star review. What compounds all these faults is that rather than learning from past mistakes, the author repeats them and and then surpasses them by contradicting himself over and over and over again.
I am happy I can listen at 1. Owen Deathstalker – outlawed, with a price on his head and the blood of a mighty warrior lineage in his veins – had no choice but to embrace a dangerous destiny. I still absolutely love the new worlds, inventive new aliens we get to meet, the suspense, the characters, and the friendly banter rebelllion I so enjoy. That would totally screw my mind over, if it was me.
Those books are quite short compared to the pages in this sci fi series.
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Sep 11, Ross rated it liked it Shelves: Strange as the story is called Death-stalker, it does not seem to focus much on the role of Owen Death-stalker, perhaps this will change in the third book.
Feb 02, Eric Allen rated it really liked it. If nothing else, the novel kept me curious. Aug 07, Mary JL rated it it was ok Recommends it for: I didn’t realize this while listening to book 2, but in book 3 its more obvious.
The chapters are so long that you deathsfalker even find a comfortable stopping place. I thought it was amazing. Not to mention the numerous high-profile screw-ups he has being transmitted live to the Empire.