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Pierce Brown

Auteur de Red Rising

41+ oeuvres 16,734 utilisateurs 768 critiques 13 Favoris

A propos de l'auteur

Pierce Brown worked as a manager of social media at a startup tech company, on the Disney lot at ABC Studios, as an NBC page, and as an aide on a U.S. Senate campaign. He is the author of the Red Rising Trilogy. Morning Star, Book 3 of the Red Rising Trilogy, made the New York Times ebook afficher plus bestseller list in 2016. (Bowker Author Biography) afficher moins

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Œuvres de Pierce Brown

Red Rising (2014) 7,170 exemplaires
Golden Son (2015) 3,522 exemplaires
Morning Star (2016) 2,780 exemplaires
Iron Gold (2018) 1,544 exemplaires
Dark Age (2019) 1,110 exemplaires
Light Bringer (2023) 334 exemplaires
Red Rising. La prima trilogia (2023) 2 exemplaires
Mörkrets tid (2021) 1 exemplaire
ĐỎ TRỖI DẬY 1 exemplaire
Furia Rosie Furia Rosie, Vol 1 (2020) 1 exemplaire
Waking Gods 1 exemplaire
Kizil Yükselis (2015) 1 exemplaire
A sötétség kora (2019) 1 exemplaire
Mixed Nuts 1 exemplaire

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Date de naissance
20th century
Lieux de résidence
Los Angeles, California, USA



Continuation of the Red Rising space opera saga.
So much war, so much death, so much one-upmanship, so much scheming. So good!

I love the all the new compatriot groups which formed in this one.
Can't wait for the next installment, Light Bringer, so see how this continues to pan out.
deslivres5 | 17 autres critiques | Apr 22, 2024 |
Sometimes I grew weary, other times I was spellbound by the scope of the story. This might as well be a Metabarons book wrapped in a Young Adult blanket, for better or for worse.

Lots of things happen without conflict or explanation, then other times there's struggle and overt explanation of this incredibly detailed universe. I honestly can't tell if it's fully original or not, it seems like half fantasy/half sci-fi which is a really hard line to walk.

That being said, I wasn't bored and the last 100 pages or so really kept me going. There's no chance this could be a live action movie, the budget would soar like crazy, but I'd be thrilled to see an animated version of it. I had a bit of a hard time telling all the Golds apart (how many people can be seven feet tall, gorgeous and killers in combat?) so I resorted to looking up a few fan made images and that definitely helped.

I liked it enough to keep going with Book 4, but I don't know if I would necessarily recommend this series. It's fun, really fun. It has teeth and consequences. It's sometimes mindless and breakneck and Darrow seems to know a billion things happening at once, but enjoyable nonetheless.
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hskey | 116 autres critiques | Apr 4, 2024 |
Love this series. Can’t wait for the final book.
vickiv | 6 autres critiques | Apr 2, 2024 |
Every time I start to wonder if this book/series is poorly written, I turn the page and another batshit crazy twist happens and I forget entirely any qualms I have. I don't think I've ever read a series with a more breakneck pace. There is almost no time to let events sink in - there's always some new twist, or betrayal, or battle, or fascinating world building set-piece that I was always invested and interested, if not a little exhausted by the end. As my brother in law said, "I'm not sure if it's good, but it sure is fun."… (plus d'informations)
hskey | 182 autres critiques | Mar 19, 2024 |


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