The Stars Are Legion

paperback, 400 pages

Published Nov. 7, 2017 by Gallery / Saga Press.

ISBN:
9781481447942

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3 stars (6 reviews)

5 editions

Review of 'The Stars Are Legion' on 'GoodReads'

3 stars

Second read through:I liked it (as an audiobook). Was really confusing, but eventually I gave up trying to understand the world in this book, and just live with the mystery. The strange organic-mechanical nature of the universe was certainly interesting! I also found the birthing of everything (tools, babies, etc), really interesting.First read through:Such a purposely confusing main-character-so-disoriented that I had to give up. Wanted to like it, but couldn't reald it fast enough to make things happen and fall into place, so lost patience and stopped reading.

Review of 'The Stars Are Legion' on 'GoodReads'

2 stars

I haven't had the feeling of disgust and fascination since I read "Naked Lunch". Couldn't put it down. However the end was somehow disappointing.

Review of 'The Stars Are Legion' on 'Unknown'

4 stars

Having read [book:Mirror Empire|22934035] and [book:Empire Ascendant|23920769] I was very happy to see a science-fiction release. At the beginning I was quite confused. Some of the details were not clear. After a moment, the confusion was replaced by intrigue: who are these people? where do they live? what the heck is going on? is this all just some analogous reference to life? In other words, I really wanted to see what happens and see how the characters develop, and that is a great thing to get out of a book.
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