Angry Ghosts

Angry Ghosts Humanity is wiped out in less than two months Hundreds of strange vessels appear unleashing an assault both methodical and efficient Bombardment vaporizes building and bone Invasion clears out the la
  • Title: Angry Ghosts
  • Author: F. Allen Farnham
  • ISBN: 9780615298320
  • Page: 356
  • Format: Paperback
  • Angry Ghosts
    Humanity is wiped out in less than two months Hundreds of strange vessels appear, unleashing an assault both methodical and efficient Bombardment vaporizes building and bone Invasion clears out the larger pockets of survivors Plague finishes the last few clinging to life Extermination complete, the azure skinned beings journey home and resume their normal lives SevenHumanity is wiped out in less than two months Hundreds of strange vessels appear, unleashing an assault both methodical and efficient Bombardment vaporizes building and bone Invasion clears out the larger pockets of survivors Plague finishes the last few clinging to life Extermination complete, the azure skinned beings journey home and resume their normal lives Seven hundred years later, a cargo ship goes missing A burst of static precedes the disappearance, but investigations find no trace of ship or crew Decades pass Then another vessel vanishes, again with the burst of static Another decade Another disappearance Never a trace A rumor begins in the dark alleys and religious communities, spreading like fire Most laugh when they hear it, dismissing the speaker as superstitious or overly pious but all tremble inside In their hearts, they know the genocide was a great crime and where all of their technology and power has failed to provide answers, the rumor may be true Angry Ghosts have come to revenge.
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  • This is like going to see a b movie, which sole aim is to entertain you And that is just what you want once in a while.It ticks all the right boxes Alien invasion, genetic engineering, space and a small force against overwhelming odds.


  • There are some really interesting ideas in Angry Ghosts, not the least of which is the dramatic contrast between the two cultures presented in the novel and the huge gap in understanding between them, even when both sides truly want to work together This is a huge theme in the book, and one dealt with gracefully Both sides are presented sympathetically, so there s no our way is obviously superior to yours and therefore you should all just drop your culture and merge with us that is so often prev [...]


  • As far as space opera ish books go this isn t a bad one with thoughtful components and themes The gist is Earth is decimated by an alien species in a matter of months, but a pocket survived the years in hiding and secrecy as the aliens debate the usefulness of destroying humanity The life for the pocket of humans The Cadre is hard and regimented to such an extreme They survive through anonymity, making due with what they have, and finding a place for everyone Their entire purpose is to keep grin [...]


  • I have got this book as a part of a bundle and its description was one of the reasons I bought it It seemed the story would be told from the perspective of aliens who, ages ago, destroyed the humanity I was looking forward to reading some interesting non humans.I was wrong, twice.First, the aliens have blue skin and tails, but also chairs, media and drinking problems nothing new here Second, the book is not about them.These two basically cancel each other out Apart from this confusion, I must ad [...]


  • I got this as part of the humble book bundle, really cheap so can t go wrong Well that was the plan anyway This was just awful The writing is terrible, clunky and clich d Someone needs to tell the author that not every noun needs a qualifying adjective, that sometimes it s okay just to use said or on this case say as it s all in the present tense This is a quote The huge man hefts his massive weapon in both hands and jogs down the corridor, his hefty footfalls reverberating solidly The whole boo [...]


  • I have to admit, at first, I was a little put off by the writing style A lot written in present tense, but I read on and was so pleased with the book, I went immediately to and bought the second one and so far wow this rate will also buy the third one.The story flows as we learn about a secret society hidden away on an asteroid This colony has existed, harshly, away from earth for over a thousand years The characters are interesting and easy to like and identify with The story can get a little t [...]


  • Takes a while to get going, but once it does it s very enjoyable I can t say that it had any great impact on me, but it was decent sci fi and I ll probably read the sequel Solid setting, interesting characters My major criticism would be that the antagonists are barely even in the book although they may play a larger role in the next one Their absence wasn t really a problem, the story certainly works fine without them, I just thought they were interesting and would have liked to hear a bit abo [...]


  • An interesting look at what human society might turn into when the survival of the whole species ends up on the shoulders and genes of a few.The story was not bad, but what always threw me off was the use of present tense I found myself subconsciously converting all of the story into the usual past tense even though the letters in front of my eyes were clearly present tense Veeeeery unusual experience, let me tell you


  • I m going against the stream of the other reviewers I thought it was a fast fun easy read More sci fi on technology and culture than on aliens The ending wasn t an ending, but it was a transition point.



  • Shakespearean is the word than first comes to mind when I desribe the premise of this book to people Well written and well developed, and highly recommended.



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