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Any international shipping and import charges are paid in part to Pitney Bowes Inc. So, if you liked Emissaries from the Dead, and don't mind a murder-mystery in space with a lot of talky-talky, then you will probably enjoy The Third Claw of God. Jul 17, J. McClain rated it it was amazing.
I think that one of the things I enjoyed most about this novel was the quite well-played homage to Agatha Christie. I came across Adam-Troy Castro's first novel Emissaries from the Dead by accident, and was happy to find out that there was a sequel starring the same protagonist--Andrea Cort. Castro has created a compelling character with some very intriguing problems, and in Third Claw he manages to complicate the character further.
In fact the only disappointment to me at this point is that the I think that one of the things I enjoyed most about this novel was the quite well-played homage to Agatha Christie.
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In fact the only disappointment to me at this point is that the third novel is only available in English via an audio-book, or a version in German. Nicht sprechen, as it were.
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Jul 25, Duane Poncy rated it really liked it Shelves: science-fiction , mystery-thriller , sci-fi-space-opera. Although I liked this book a lot, I don't think it matched up to Emissaries of the Dead. The plot is good and tense, and the story completely grabs you. It just didn't leave me as satisfied in the end as the previous book.
The main problem with Castro's writing for me both novels is that he doesn't use enough variation in his character's voices, so everyone sounds the same. While some male authors do very well at creating female dialogue and POV, I don't find Andrea Cort very believable as a fe Although I liked this book a lot, I don't think it matched up to Emissaries of the Dead. While some male authors do very well at creating female dialogue and POV, I don't find Andrea Cort very believable as a female, gender expectations aside. This isn't a killer for me obviously, I still gave it a four-star rating , but I think it could be better.
Feb 06, Kathy Gill rated it really liked it Shelves: f-science-fiction. These are character-based novels with unique worlds but I do not think of them as "world-building".
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Second book in the series Emissaries from the Dead is the first ; I think it could stand-alone but it would pale in impact. Plus, the reader familiar with book one will be more likely to see clues. The writing style is different from book one, Andrea Cort has changed, and it took longer for me to become engrossed with the story. I also saw the key clue long before Cort hinted or articulated it hence the four stars.
Sep 14, Alissa Thorne rated it liked it Shelves: genre-speculative-fiction , genre-fiction. This second in the Andrea Cord series is a murder mystery in space.
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Entertaining, but with plenty of flaws. As a mystery, you don't get the sense that everything is pulled together from subtle clues dropped along the way--it's more oriented on praising the deductive genius of Andrea Cort, who sees things that we mere mortals could never have guessed. Entertaining, but not intellectually engaging.
The writing style still feels amateurish, though it feels like it has matured a bit since the last n This second in the Andrea Cord series is a murder mystery in space. The writing style still feels amateurish, though it feels like it has matured a bit since the last novel. Sep 07, Jen Fries rated it really liked it. I'm kind of embarrassed by how enthralled I was by these books, because I suspect it says something bad about my character.
Why do I like to read about genocide? If it's real genocide, one has the excuse that one is learning about history, so as not to repeat it. When it's fictional genocide, um, maybe it's just fascinating and horrifying? But alas, I did like both of the books in this series quite a bit. Apr 21, Joerg Grau rated it it was amazing. Excellent continuation of the Andrea Cort series, focusing on the brooding heroine of the series. As always with Mister Castro, the writing is excellent and the insights into human nature are concise and, at times, chilling.
Great world building and a unique universe adds to this exciting whodunnit. Excellent follow up to Emissaries from the Dead. Even better, more suspenseful than that one with some twists and revelations that are predictable and some that came as a surprise to me. The only downside is that this one truly begs for the next installment since it ends with a huge To Be Continued sign though not a cliffhanger.
Oct 11, Min rated it really liked it. Murder on the orient express in space. Good, but not as good as the last one and I think that's because I guessed all the twists in advance.
I wish the prologue hadn't been there because it foreshadowed what was to come far too obviously. Saying that, I found the characters in this far more interesting than in emissaries of the dead and I enjoyed the read. Aug 10, Peter rated it liked it. A sequeltastic follow-up to "Emissaries for the Dead". For some reason this one didn't impress me as much as the first, although it successfully executes a similar mystery format, and does have a very solid ending.
Jul 20, Iain Turnbull rated it it was amazing Shelves: sci-fi , crime. The second Andrea Cort novel, this is a sci-fi take on the Agatha Christie-style whodunnit, with everyone trapped on a luxurious space elevator. Excellent twists and turns, with some genuine "oh my god" moments towards the end. Oct 05, R Lee rated it really liked it Shelves: sci-fi.
The sleuthing and mysteries worked well! And it all was a rather excellent way of blowing everything up in Andrea Cort's face. Liked it better than the first book.