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The Seeds of Earth Humanity's Fire #1T between ancient races at the dawn of galactic civilisation Unknown to its colonists Darien is about to become the focus of an intergalactic power struggle where the true stakes are beyond their comprehension And what choices will the Uvovo make when their true nature is revealed and the skies grow dark with the ene. I tried I really did Early on I thought that I'd stumbled on that typical bad book by an author who wants to provide profound insights veiled behind a fast paced genre plot But there was Iain Banks on the cover saying it was proper galaxy spanning space opera so I persevered All the wy to page 51 where I read'This is your zinsilu Scholar' said the Pathmaster as if Chel's inner thoughts were clear as written words ' A zinsilu such as has not been seen for a thousand generations Scholar Cheluvahar are you ready to serve the Great Purpose with all that is boy and all that is mind' Are you ready to place your trust in a convoking of the Listeners and to obey their edicts''I am Great Elder'Well I fucking well am not I read that passage to my wife who told the cat You have earwax creative than that Time for a Larry Block crime novel to get the bad taste of this one gone and to put Seeds of Earth on the friends of the library donation pile

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The Seeds of Earth (Humanity's Fire, #1) Read & Download ✓ 100 ✓ Authors Michael Cobley ISBN 9781841496313 Binding Paperback Published 2010 04 01 The first intelligent species to encounter mankind attacked without warning Merciless Relentless Unstoppable With little hope of halting the invasion Earth s last roll Authors Michael Cobley ISBN 9781841496313 Binding Paperback Published 2010 04 01 The first intelligent species to encounter mankind attacked without warning Merciless Relentless Unstoppable With little hope of halting the invasion Earth s last roll of the dice was to dispatch three colony ships seeds of Earth to diff. I very nearly gave up on this book While the setting and overall plot seem full of potential a small human colony regains contact with the greater galaxy and immediately becomes the centre of a power struggle between multiple forces the author just did such a terrible job of making the characters interesting of sticking to a plot section for than a few pages or of making things cohesive that I found myself pushing to the end of the book just to see whether he'd actually resolve anything or not He didn't

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Erent parts of the galaxy The human race would live on somewhere 150 years later the planet Darien hosts a thriving human settlement which enjoys a peaceful relationship with an indigenous race the scholarly Uvovo But there are secrets buried on Darien s forest moon Secrets that go back to an apocalyptic battle fough. I finished this book and abandoned it on the train from NYC to NJ I feel bad for whatever sap picks it up But then since I finished it two weeks ago and have already forgotten the ending I guess I don't feel that badThis is one of those books where to properly review it you have to channel Mark Twain In one scene near the end of Act I the Badass Space Marine who we know is Badass because the book tells us of course and his suad are surrounding a building where a person of interest is staying or something Just before they're about to take the building a workman leaves from the first floor Badass Space Marine tells his suad to let the workman go because they don't want to alert the people in the building Now mind you it's like 1AM or something Why is the workman leaving To you to me to any reader it's obviously because HE'S THE PERSON OF INTEREST To Badass Space Marine it should also be obvious However Mr Cobley I guess to stretch out the plot has Mr Marine let the guy go Then the building is a trap and the suad gets toasted In this circumstance I ask you dear friend whose fault is this Is it Mr Marine's No It is Mr Cobley's No Badass Space Marine would ever let what happened happen And that sums up the problem with the whole book