X-Men Mutant Empire 3: Salvation
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X-Men Mutant Empire 3: Salvation (X-Men Mutant Empire #3)

3.85 of 5 stars 3.85  ·  rating details  ·  193 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Facing the loss of half their comrades with Magneto's latest successes in his creation of the Mutant Empire, the remaining X-Men are forced to team up with the U.S. government in an effort to reprogram the Sentinels.
Paperback, 278 pages
Published March 1st 1997 by Berkley
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If I read this trilogy again today, I would probably think it was completely disposable cash-in trash fiction composed mainly of melodrama and cheese.

BUT when I was about 14, I love the SHIT out of these three books. As in, read each one half a dozen times at least (and this final one probably twice as many times as that). And for that alone, I give it four stars.

It captivated my very adolescent sooooul.
Ben Mariner
The final book in the Mutant Empire series. Again, this took me a long time to get through. Not sure why, but I kept struggling to want to make the time to sit down and read this one. I think my biggest issue was the fact that it was the third book. This could easily have been condensed into a single longer book instead of stretched out over three. They could have completely done away with the Shi'ar storyline and just focused on what was going on with Magneto. Since they didn't, I felt like it...more
This is the third and final book in the Mutant Empire series, which I read as one novel.

The basic premise is that the X-Men are attempting to stop Magneto from starting a war between mutants and humans.

From his mutant stronghold in Manhatten, Magneto is gathering hundreds of mutants to his cause.

Outside of Manhatten, the military wait to be called to action.

An error causes an all-out conflict between the military and Magneto's forces while the X-Men attempt to bring order to the situation.

It w...more
Mary JL
Mar 28, 2014 Mary JL rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: X-men/comics/SF fans
Shelves: main-sf-fantasy
Okay, this is the climax of the "Mutant Empire" trilogy. Hopefully, you have read Books 1 and 2 or you will be totally lost.

The two teams of X-men unite for a action filled attack against Magneto and those mutants loyal to him. A good conclusion to the trilogy and I do not want to give spoilers, so I will say no more.

Although written in the 1990's, this trilogy hold up. In all three books, the various X-men are true to their characters, as previously established in the comics. Nothing incredibly...more
Great conclusion to the trilogy! :D
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