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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 431
  • The Plague Forge
  • Jason M. Hough
  • English
  • 15 August 2019
  • 9780345537164

10 thoughts on “The Plague Forge

  1. says:

    It sucked Horribly the writingThe writing didn't improve an inch It remained excessively detailed I swear if a character went to the restroom to take a dump the scene would have lasted FIVE full pages Then in the next chapter the character would still be shitting and it wouldn't be because of constipation It didn't matter if there was action which the book had a lot the pace moved like molasses I had less patience for

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    Here's the thing about the entire series If you've ever been a fan of sci fi movies or video games the pacing and plot development will be very familiar to you In the hands of a writer like Neal Stephenson this material would have been a million word saga And that's okay he does that really well Jason Hough writes the wh

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    Click Picture to Enter Giveaway Post Tome Tender GiveawayEnter to winThe Dire Earth Cycle Trilogy includes1 Printed copy of The Darwin Elevator

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    The second book of the Dire Earth Cycle The Exodus Towers ended with a slow tense burn that continues into The P

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    First of all I feel bad for The Plague Forge because this particular book had the dubious honor of competing for my time and energy with Dark Souls II Ouch Even my beloved Packers would have a hard time competing with Dark Souls II soAnyway I digress I often make fun of Baen book covers but who hasn’t? Secretly however any time I pass one i

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    I'm trying to think of an analogy that encompasses all of the great things this book brings to the reader First and foremos

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    Potboiler only sparingly dispensing bits of the sci in sci fi The conclusion seemed tacked on at the end It seems that the author feels confident in his skills for describing nonstop violent action over the course of three substantial volumes leaving only 18 pages at the end for the meaning of the invasion The explanation provided in these 18 pages seems like a set up for the next volume When Alan Cheuse first reviewed The Darwin Elevator

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    Still hesitating about the rating Would have been a solid four for most of the book but some of the parts before the end started to drag a little and I'm trying to decide whether the ending was fitting a bit disappointing or a bit of bothA bit of both I thinkIn any case The Plague Forge is a thrilling action rich conclusion to the Dire Earth Cycle I think it's pretty safe to say that anyone who enjoyed the first two books will al

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    is still shaken from the events in The Exodus Towers and he’s also still a little conflicted about his feelings for Tania who risked her life to save his It turns out that the alien Builders have something else up their sleeves but what? Skyler and Tania do know that they must find the remaining keys and they’re hoping that the towers will lead them to the artifacts needed to complete the Builder puzzle They decide that two

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    July 2013 Review on hold And don't think it isn't killing meSeptember 2013 Signed sealed and delivered beyond expectations The Plague Forge by Jason Hough brings his Dire Earth Cycle to a brilliant conclusion Intense detailed and flying by at breakneck speed in a race against time and an unknown alien faction with an eual

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Ura towers in search of the four remaining relics But time is running out the team learn that the next Builder event will b. The second book of the Dire Earth Cycle The Exodus Towers ended with a slow tense burn that continues into The Plague Forge Skyler Luiken the main character now shares the spotlight with Tania Sharma and Samantha Rinn and all are on separate missions to retrieve the last three alien artifacts to complete the puzzle on the alien Builders Key Ship Tania and Skyler s teams deal with the ever present threat of subhumans and the SUBS disease while Samantha within Darwin must steal the blue artifact from the cold and deadly Grillo and his Jacobites Initially I appreciated the way the Jacobites a cult based on Jacob s Ladder were unobtrusively incorporated into the story I m not fond of religious cults as authors often allow them to take up a lot of the plot with preaching and indoctrination In the previous book they did play a prominent role which continued here as the official Big BadTM but Hough did not bog the story down with their zealotry The Jacobites and their leader Grillo existed as our heroes foil and while they did attempt to indoctrinate a few people here and there it was not their prominent function within the plot Similarly the characters of Pablo and Vanessa Skyler s new crewmates served their plot function as efficient soldiers in Skyler s new crew but as actual characters I would have liked to see them be fleshed out I never gained a connection with them as I had with Skyler s original crew no matter how often Skyler referenced them as his crew Otherwise I really liked a lot of Hough s characters including some that were not meant to be liked such as the deplorable Russell Blackfield I ve really enjoyed the insight into his character When he was first introduced he was the evil despot but I loved that Hough allowed us to see of him as the trilogy progressed without merely turning into a bad guy to be destroyed or redeemed I respect that all the characters were very much flawed and the heroes weren t necessary likable while the evil despots weren t necessarily bad considering the circumstances And I loved that Hough was not afraid to kill his babies No one died needlessly but it certainly raised the stakes to realize that any of them could die at any time As this was the final book in the trilogy it meant that we finally get the answer to the uestion that hung over the entire story What the hell do the Builders want Of course the heroes would obtain the three artifacts and of course they would put the puzzle together and meet the Builders who were already on their way But when I finally got to the answer I was shocked by it and by the pithy perfection of its delivery It offered the closure I needed while opening an entirely exciting new door Don t walk into this expecting any sort of happy ending considering the devastation the Builders have caused but Hough left me with a bittersweet offer of hope and forgiveness that surprised me and left me in 2am tears With thanks to Netgalley and Del Rey Spectra for the opportunity to read and review an advanced copy of this book See reviews at The BiblioSanctum

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E the last and one of the objects has already fallen into dangerous handsWill the survivors finally reveal the Builders' pl. Potboiler only sparingly dispensing bits of the sci in sci fi The conclusion seemed tacked on at the end It seems that the author feels confident in his skills for describing nonstop violent action over the course of three substantial volumes leaving only 18 pages at the end for the meaning of the invasion The explanation provided in these 18 pages seems like a set up for the next volume When Alan Cheuse first reviewed The Darwin Elevator on NPR he claimed that it was the first of a projected nine volumes Plague Forge concludes I guess the first trilogy in his series The Dire Earth Cycle Having worked through these first three I don t think I m up for any of this

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After discovering the first key in the wreckage of a crashed Builder ship Skyler Luiken and his crew follow the migrating a. Click Picture to Enter Giveaway Post Tome Tender GiveawayEnter to winThe Dire Earth Cycle Trilogy includes1 Printed copy of The Darwin Elevator by Jason M Hough1 Printed copy of The Exodus Towers by Jason M Hough1 Printed copy of The Plague Forge by Jason M HoughOpen to USA and Canada Mailing Address OnlyContest runs September 24 2013 October 8 2013I am shocked overwhelmed reeling and feeling completely bereft that it is over Suspense tension violence non stop action plot twists and turns Jason M Hough puts us through the ride of a life time in the final Dire Earth Cycle bookAfter discovering and removing a highly guarded key in the Builder ship the power and players in this story uickly discover two things One that they are tied to the space elevators and Two they are connected to the new ship that has just arrived The race is on to obtain the keys and place them in the newest Builder ship The clock is counting down to the arrival of the final Builder event The Plague Forge is an epic science fiction story This is the kind of story you rethink in your mind it flows into your dreams and the impact stays with you Each and every characters plight completely sucked me in The writing style made you feel like it was your world you were watching battle for survival Hough s even makes you feel sympathy for characters you would otherwise write off as evil Keeping me on the edge of my seat till the very last word I was utterly glued to the pages Brilliant writing The Plague Forge is being added as a wonderful addition to my favorite books of all time shelfI received this ARC copy of The Plague Forge from Random House Publishing Group Del Rey Spectra in exhcange for a honest review This book is set for publication September 27 2013Written by Jason M HoughSeries Dire Earth CycleSeuence in Series 3Paperback 448 pagesPublisher Titan Books Ltd Publication Date September 27 2013Language EnglishISBN 10 1781167672ISBN 13 978 1781167670Rating 5 Stars FAVORITEGenre Science FictionAge Recommendation AdultJason M Hough sWebsiteTwitterFacebookBlogFind this book on Barnes Noble For reviews check out Tome Tender s Book Blog or find us on Facebook

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