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Adam Christopher

Autor(a) de Empire State

35+ Works 2,000 Membros 114 Reviews 2 Favorited


Obras de Adam Christopher

Empire State (2012) 388 cópias
Made to Kill (2015) 258 cópias
Star Wars: Shadow of the Sith (2022) 175 cópias
Seven Wonders (2012) 143 cópias
The Burning Dark (2014) 141 cópias
The Age Atomic (2013) 93 cópias
Hang Wire (2014) 88 cópias
Killing Is My Business (2017) 62 cópias
The Machine Awakes (2015) 58 cópias
Elementary: The Ghost Line (2015) 47 cópias
Standard Hollywood Depravity (2017) 40 cópias
Elementary: Blood And Ink (2016) 37 cópias
I Only Killed Him Once (2015) 35 cópias

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Conhecimento Comum

Data de nascimento
New Zealand
País (para mapa)
New Zealand
Local de nascimento
Auckland, New Zealand
Locais de residência
England, UK



I loved this book. Superheroes, noir, mystery, robots, blimps, the kitchen sink. One of my favorite books of the yer.
cdaley | outras 33 resenhas | Nov 2, 2023 |
I can't say enough wonderful things about this series. I love the setting. I love the Science Fiction noir. I like the crossing of genres and how it feels like I am reading a well written pulp novel. I know Christopher will be leaving this world for a little while but if he ever comes back I am waiting to dive in again. My favorite new author.
cdaley | outras 5 resenhas | Nov 2, 2023 |
This was not the book I thought I was going to get. The reviews and cover blurb advertised alternate history, dimensional rifts, super heroes, gangsters and detectives. It had all those, but the story felt like they'd all been put into a food-processor and roughly chopped together. Nothing fit. There was very little cause and effect and zero character motivation (other than simple survival). It felt a lot like an old comic book or television show where stuff happens because the story needs it to happen. There is no 'why'. Disappointing.… (mais)
zot79 | outras 33 resenhas | Aug 20, 2023 |
Back in the day, Captain Abraham Idaho Cleveland had led the Fleet into battle against an implacable machine intelligence capable of devouring entire worlds. But after saving a planet, and getting a bum robot knee in the process, he finds himself relegated to one of the most remote backwaters in Fleetspace to oversee the decommissioning of a semi-deserted space station well past its use-by date. But all is not well aboard the U-Star Coast City. The station’s reclusive Commandant is nowhere to be seen, leaving Cleveland to deal with a hostile crew on his own. Persistent malfunctions plague the station’s systems while interference from a toxic purple star makes even ordinary communications problematic. Alien shadows and whispers seem to haunt the lonely corridors and airlocks, fraying the nerves of everyone aboard. Isolated and friendless, Cleveland reaches out to the universe via an old-fashioned space radio, only to tune in to a strange, enigmatic signal: a woman’s voice that seems to echo across a thousand light-years of space. But is the transmission just a random bit of static from the past—or a warning of an undying menace beyond mortal comprehension?

YOU GUYS! YOU GUYS YOU GUYS OMG. I picked this up, seriously, babbling to my husband about how this looked like it was going to be exactly what I wanted as far as a Mass Effect-ey style space opera. I mean, it had everything -- monstrous, spider-like robots that EAT PLANETS and a plucky captain who fights them. Right? Right? NOPE. This turned into one of the creepier horror novels I’ve ever read. This was totally Event Horizon. Or Sunshine -- the movie, not the McKinley novel. IT WAS SO GOOD. I can kind of see why it has such a low rating on Goodreads just because I had no idea it was a horror novel, but dude! WIN.
… (mais)
lyrrael | outras 16 resenhas | Aug 3, 2023 |



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