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Rage of Stars: Book Three of The Sigil Trilogy (Sigil Trilogy #3)

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The Universe is still dying from within and the young Drover tasked with stopping the rot is still racing against time.

For fifty years, former textile merchant Mr Haraddzjin Khorare has been Chancellor of a Kingdom unequalled in brutality. And it's about to get a whole lot worse.

Dogfinger is a boy orphaned when his village is razed by Stoners. One day, he knows, the time w
Kindle Edition, 330 pages
Published September 27th 2012 by Reanimus Press
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Richard Sutton
Dec 08, 2014 Richard Sutton rated it it was amazing
I'm very glad that I haven't lost the ability to be astonished by fiction. Not since I read Arthur C. Clarke's Childhood's End as a teen, have I been so motivated to continue spinning out the threads of a story in my own mind. Author Gee, himself a well-known editor and writer in the science non-fiction world, also displays an amazing grip on fiction writing and cementing his readers into a story. Beyond the great descriptive passages and beautifully rendered characters though, this is a series ...more
Bruce McNair
Jan 19, 2014 Bruce McNair rated it it was amazing
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Good series. Interesting premise re various intelligent primate species co-existing on the Earth, but only becoming apparent due to a near apocalypse. Flipping backwards and forwards in time broke the continuity of each thread a little, but understandably was necessary. Interesting climax and conclusion to a series with a grand scope.

Re-read this series after Christmas 2013 and got a lot more out of it second time around. So re-rated to 5 stars.
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Henry Gee was born in London in 1962, and was educated at the universities of Leeds and Cambridge. In 1987 he joined the staff of the international science journal Nature where he is now Senior Editor, Biological Sciences, and devised the popular 'Futures' SF column.

He is the author of several books - mainly science (The Accidental Species, Jacob's Ladder, Deep Time and others) but also SF (The S
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Other Books in the Series

Sigil Trilogy (3 books)
  • Siege of Stars: Book 1 of the Sigil Trilogy
  • Scourge of Stars: Book Two of The Sigil Trilogy

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