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Re: I enjoyed the book for the most part. Werthead Send a noteboard - 31/08/2009 07:45:37 PM
There just seemed to be too many sex scenes. So much that I really didn't care to read the other two books, even though the story and characters were pretty good. The setting was fantastic, I loved the voidhawks and habitats, but I just didn't want to wade through all that smut to finish the story.


Although I'm guessing the scenes where people were being blown to pieces didn't bother you so much?

Curious ;)

But you mentioned that there are less sex scenes in the next two books? How much less?


A lot less in Book 2, whilst Book 3 has a little bit more than 2 and a lot less than 1.

I did enjoy Pandora's Star and Judas Unchained, and did you say there were other books in that same setting? Are they any good?


The new VOID TRILOGY picks up the story about a thousand years further into the future. It's an SF/Fantasy cross-over story, with some of the characters trapped in a low-tech dimension with something close to magic which they can use. It's an interesting story, but a bit different to what he's done before.

THE DREAMING VOID and THE TEMPORAL VOID are out now. THE EVOLUTIONARY VOID is due in spring/summer 2010.
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The Reality Dysfunction by Peter F. Hamilton - 30/08/2009 11:26:24 PM 4252 Views
Thanks for the review. Sounds hefty... - 31/08/2009 05:20:35 AM 893 Views
I enjoyed the book for the most part. - 31/08/2009 06:11:03 PM 916 Views
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I haven't read it yet. - 31/08/2009 09:57:39 PM 915 Views
the only Space Opera I liked more is - 01/09/2009 06:45:48 PM 816 Views
I read them a while ago and really liked them - 01/09/2009 07:06:06 PM 811 Views

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