5 edition of Destroyer (Foreigner 7) found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||February 1, 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 63 p. :|
|Number of Pages||69|
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But even if they safely survive their landing, will Bren and Ilisidi together prove strong enough to muster the remaining shards of the Western Association and regain control of their planet? Cherryh since I first read Foreigner the first part in her Foreigner universe series a little more than five years ago.
[ Destroyer (Foreigner 7) The books were being adapted by award-winning audio dramatist Sable Jak for Audio Cinema Entertainment. It took six books for me to stop calling it first "world building" and then "court intrigue. On Destroyer (Foreigner 7) other hand, the women are absolutely awful as ever. All in all, I do not think I can possibly recommend Cherryh enough. Finally, we have a longer interaction with Barb and Toby and Cajeiri takes precedence.
Throughout the series we are given a view into atevi society but always through the human paidhi or simplified "translator", although it doesn't quite cover it fully Bren Cameron, sole representative of the human colony on the island Mospheira where humans live utterly separated from atevi society to avoid conflicts and misunderstandings.
2,039 t 2,007 long tons Length 112. They are simply hard-wired differently and consequently humans and atevi cannot understand each other fully emotionally. In the previous volume, Bren Cameron and his associates travel to Reunion Station on the Phoenix.
And noone was better at adapting than the young heir of the aiji - Cajeiri, who manages to get himself and his new human associates in all sorts of mischief. Bren however is a very different person, even though he still worries all the time, and it was fascinating to follow him on yet another threatening situation.
Bren is a bit whiny in this, but well, that's Bren! Quake - 4th printing, 13 Acid Rock - 3rd printing 36 Power Play - 5th printing.
I'm also very fond of several of the supporting characters, especially the assassins Banichi and Jago, and the elderly grande dame, Ilisidi.
This is a transition book which is necessary to the plot.