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Edward W. Robertson

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Breakers (2000)
language
English
series
3.66 of 5 Votes: 3
review 1: I've only read a smattering of science fiction in my life, but after getting an offer for one volume in this series at a hefty discount -- maybe free -- I thought it might be a good treadmill read. I was right, and now I think I'm hooked. The first book was completely engaging,...
Outcome (2000)
language
English
3.84 of 5 Votes: 5
review 1: Excellent story. Gripping from beginning to end. This is a novella that is an introduction to a series of novels. In all, the story reminded me of a cross between the movie Contagion and the book Wool. Thematically, it was Wool: people in an already difficult situation that r...
The White Tree (2011)
language
English
3.53 of 5 Votes: 1
review 1: I purchased this book as a part of a bundle. It was a nice surprise to find I liked this book better than the ones that actually led me to buy the bundle. This book has a lot going for it for a fan of dark fantasy. A morally ambiguous protagonist, a world with powerful secrets, a...
The Breakers Series: Books 1-3 (2013)
language
English
3.75 of 5 Votes: 5
review 1: As with so many freebies, this is actually decent writing in desperate need of decent editing. It feels a couple of rewrites away from actually being quite good. Book one uses two protagonists in alternating chapters, following independent stories that inevitably intertwine. Not ...
Melt Down (2012)
language
English
series
3.98 of 5 Votes: 3
review 1: I would really give this 3 1/2 stars. I liked the way the story was re-told from the perspective of new characters. It really gave me a different look at what was going on in the world. This 2nd installment did take us a couple steps further and gave us a lot more information ...
Titans (2000)
language
English
3.03 of 5 Votes: 3
review 1: Continuing the theme of there is nothing new under the sun, in this story a hybrid Lazarus Long/Louis Wu style character meets up with a R. Daneel Olivaw style character. Together they keep an evil, hegemonic corporation from running roughshod over the rights of the first coloni...
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