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Predator Volume 1: Forever Midnight (Predator)

3.5 of 5 stars 3.50  ·  rating details  ·  68 ratings  ·  5 reviews
The year is 2117, A.D. Humanity has seized the stars - using reverse-engineered alien technology to explore the far reaches of space. For 100 years the Predators, sadistic extraterrestrial hunters, have been a dim memory. For 100 years, we've been safe. That ends now.
Paperback, 250 pages
Published May 23rd 2006 by Dark Horse Books
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This was an okay book, somewhere between 2 and 3 stars [but close to 2, I think]. It involves a colony established by humanity on what they do not realize is a Predator safari planet [think of the planet in the movie 'Predators'] and said colony being attacked. It had a good pace to it; it kept me interested enough to finish the book. However, it was not 'gripping' where I regretted having to put it down.

The most interesting thing about the book is that it provides cultural insight into the Pred
Ok na sana yung simula e...pero pagdating sa huli parang pinoy action movie! kung kelan tapos na ang laban saka nagdatingan ang reinforcements! ano ba yan!
David Agranoff
Great tie-in, reads like a old school Heinlien Sci-fi adventure novel. With predators of course.
Excellent book, lots of blood and violence.
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