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Shadow Hunters #2020

Shadow Hunters An original tale of space warfare based on the bestselling computer game series from Blizzard Entertainment Driven by the living memories of a long dead protoss mystic and hounded by the Queen of Blad

  • Title: Shadow Hunters
  • Author: Christie Golden
  • ISBN: 9780743471268
  • Page: 372
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Shadow Hunters By Christie Golden, An original tale of space warfare based on the bestselling computer game series from Blizzard Entertainment Driven by the living memories of a long dead protoss mystic and hounded by the Queen of Blades ravenous zerg, archaeologist Jake Ramsey embarks on a perilous journey to reach the fabled protoss homeworld of Aiur.Seeking a vital piece of protoss technology, Jake finAn original tale of space warfare based on the bestselling computer game series from Blizzard Entertainment Driven by the living memories of a long dead protoss mystic and hounded by the Queen of Blades ravenous zerg, archaeologist Jake Ramsey embarks on a perilous journey to reach the fabled protoss homeworld of Aiur.Seeking a vital piece of protoss technology, Jake finds that Aiur has been overrun by the zerg Descending into the shadowy labyrinths beneath the planet s surface, he must find the sacred crystal before time runs out for himd the universe itself.Yet, what Jake discovers beneath Aiur is a horror beyond his wildest nightmares Ulrezaj an archon comprised of the seven most deadly and powerful dark templar in history.

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    1. Having greatly enjoyed the first book in the Dark Templar Saga, I was excited to read Shadow Hunters I don t feel that it was at all a let down, and kept up the pacing and great narrative of the first It has everything you would want from a Starcraft novel author Christie Golden clearly has done her homework, and understands the three primary races well, and portrays them perfectly This series will never suffer from the common criticisms of a tie in literature, as it is certainly well written an [...]

    2. It s hard to express, as a Starcraft fan, how delightful the whole experience was I ve always wanted to know about Protoss lore and the entire series just overflows with it I love the method of shedding light on the subject and I love the fact that, even if the author doesn t give many visual details, she makes you feel your are the character and you are experiencing all his thoughts and feelings It made me love the Protoss even and, like the first book, the urgent nature of the story, the con [...]

    3. 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 [...]

    4. I enjoyed this book a great deal It offers everything I exept froma lightweight sci fi novel The pace is perfect, as it resume the storyline at the point where Firstborn had finished, you don t have to wait much for action The protagonist and the reader gets deeper and deeper insight into protoss history,through visions provided by the protoss preserver and by conversations with her What I liked most about this book, was the convergence of history and present as a lethal menace emerged from the [...]

    5. 1 In this book, Jake and R.M Rosemary , the main characters, run to escape from the Dominion They fly to Auir, the Protoss home world which is now devastated by the swarms of the Zerg There they struggle to survive while they discover lost knowledge and secrets.2 I believe a proper theme for the book would be, run from danger and don t give up.3 I feel like I can make a connection to my imagination with this book I am always imagining things that have to do with science fiction and I felt that i [...]

    6. Usually I m skeptic about books based on video games, but this one was really nice I loved the Jacob Zamara interaction well, I loved everything about Zamara , I liked other characters both the protoss and R.M Dahl We learn about Valerian, Ulrezaj and we get a bonus in the form of a story within a story describing the origins and exile of the Dark Templar We even get to learn about Adun himself I really enjoyed this read and I m looking forward to the third part of the trilogy.

    7. After the first book in the series, I found this one a bit disappointing This was an intermediary book in all sense of the word, between the first book which was great and the obvious build up to an all epic fight in book three I therefore feel, like many other trilogies, this whole book could have been a chapter in either the first or third book The pace was really slow for anything to happen and the promise of Zamara s secret gets annoying.I hope the third book makes up for this one.

    8. This volume returns us to one of the most iconic places in the entire Stracraft franchise Aiur Featuring an enemy that could be compared to the Fallen One in the main series Tying in with the main storyline of the game, some great insight is given in the lore of what the consequences for the falling out between the Khalai and the Nerazim might be.

    9. If you havent read the first book of this series The Dark Templar Series Firstborn Then go read it now before you pick up this one I personally like the way Christie Golden is able to advance the plot line very smoothly and fluidly with the plot twists and unique characters that she has created in this series This book was very entertaining

    10. I started this series because I wanted to learn about protoss history, but by the time I finished book one, I was starting to care a lot about the characters in here, too And I m not sure why, but it seemed like there was a jump in writing quality between books one and two, as well If you liked the first book in this series, book two should not disappoint.

    11. Very nicely picked up where he first left Again I loved as it s based on a book and has a very interesting take on one of the alien races Bringing together all the interesting and loved aspects and story lines of the game into the book was the most interesting part Well done

    12. This was a fantastic sequel to The Dark Templar Saga The last third of this book was phenomenal I can t wait to pick and start reading the finale.

    13. It gets better if you re patient As I ve said before, this plot has great potential and it pays off If you re able to pass the first installment and the first half of this book, of course.

    14. This is a really freaking good book, even better than the first, I couldn t put it down I can t wait for the next one to come out

    15. This is a really good story The story is the continue story of the game Starcraft Where the highly developed race protoss memory keeper s memories went into the human potagonist s mind.

    16. This book was part two in the Dark Templar series It further explains the history of the protoss It was very exciting and leaves you wanting to read the third.

    17. I can read about Protoss history in this book.This book, 2th of 3 Darktemplar saga, is story about Adun I think it s interesting than Firstborn.

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