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I've got my copy pre-ordered from Amazon.

And I swear that if Galatea doesn't get killed in this book i'm going to be pissed. :angry:


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Are all future hardback eBooks €19.99 now? For a while it looked like the eBooks would actually go down in prize (to €13.49 from €15.99). Now it's getting close to the dead-tree format.

I'm confused.
 

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Finished Gods of Mars. Absolutely brilliant with many epic twists and turns, surpasses the first 2 books in all regards.

Yet its clearly not the last part of the tale, as it ends on an open note for continuation. I could foresee more stories to come.
 

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Finished Gods of Mars. Absolutely brilliant with many epic twists and turns, surpasses the first 2 books in all regards.

Yet its clearly not the last part of the tale, as it ends on an open note for continuation. I could foresee more stories to come.
Finished it myself just now. I second everything Lucian has said, Gods of Mars is a brilliant story that proves McNeill still has the magic that made A Thousand Sons in him.

As to potential future stories;



My favourite parts were definitely those with Linya Tychon, she was the kind of strong female character that only ADB has really done in BL so far, but I loved her scenes in the neuromatrix and the datascape.



And the Black Templars had the most fantastic battle scene in the entire series;



And Bielanna's final scene;



A brilliant trilogy, each book was better than the last. And now that McNeill is done with Mars for the time being, perhaps we'll be seeing Uriel Ventris again soon.


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Nice, is there a summary in the beginning for Lords of Mars? I cant remember too much since its been a while since I read it.
 
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