The Stone Within

The Stone Within A dying old man s dreams warn the Seven T Ang that a fierce storm is approaching dark so deadly it can destroy a world Not even the T ang rulers of the magnificent mile high city kingdoms of the pla

  • Title: The Stone Within
  • Author: David Wingrove
  • ISBN: 9780440217558
  • Page: 230
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • A dying old man s dreams warn the Seven T Ang that a fierce storm is approaching dark, so deadly it can destroy a world Not even the T ang, rulers of the magnificent mile high city kingdoms of the planet, can predict from where the danger will come As assassins spread outward to a fortified palace in space, treachery moves inway into men s and women s heart to bringA dying old man s dreams warn the Seven T Ang that a fierce storm is approaching dark, so deadly it can destroy a world Not even the T ang, rulers of the magnificent mile high city kingdoms of the planet, can predict from where the danger will come As assassins spread outward to a fortified palace in space, treachery moves inway into men s and women s heart to bring down a dynasy

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    1. In my opinion, this is where the series started to go sideways. What had been a giant scale tale of political and bureaucratic intrigue, with the personalities and local dramas illuminating the larger picture, became both more personal and more shoot-em-up. From comments over the years on science fiction discussion sites, most readers didn't like the later volumes as much. Reasonable folks can differ as to how much of the unfavorable reaction was because of an actual drop in quality and how much [...]

    2. A scary series that demands reading simply because it is so close to tipping that way what we must avoid at all costs

    3. Well the story goes on and on.I'm getting a little bored with all the Chinese anachronism mixed in this series. The author dropped the endless Go analogies, but maybe that's because De Vore is not here.I'm giving this series a break, and may pick up the next one later.

    4. I've written a number of reviews of Chung Kuo books. Most of what I say in those apply to this one.The short version is this:If you like epic political shenanigans, go read this series.Not this review. This series. NOW.It's that good.

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