People of the Morning Star: People of CahokiaMorning Star by Pierce Brown is the third and final book of the Red Rising trilogy, a book that was hyped beyond belief given how good Golden Son was. And in my opinion Morning Star lived up to that hype, though it did not exceed the lofty standard set by Golden Son. The story commences some time after the events of Golden Son, with Darrow facing unimaginable torture at the hands of his arch enemy. His friends manage to free him, but Darrow is a shell of the man he once was, lacking confidence, lacking presence, lacking just about everything. But from the ashes the Reaper is reborn, and once he is reborn there is no place in the solar system that is sheltered from his fury. The Reds are Rising, and they are taking the rest of the colours with them in an all out assault of the Gold hierarchy.
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Custer and The Little Bighorn
Custer's Last Stand is among the most enduring events in American history--more than one hundred years after the fact, books continue to be written and people continue to argue about even the most basic details surrounding the Little Bighorn. Evan S.
But honestly, I felt like the first pages of this book could have been trimmed down to about 75, and then I would have been more interested in the story and the relationship development between the protagonists, Morgan and Miach. Miach goes out to help, and there he finds Morgan. Man, I wanted to like this, but the pacing was glacial and far too much of the book is taken up with Morgan, Miach, and their merry band wandering through the countryside, camping and doing other things. Like I said, if this had been viciously edited down, it would have been a much more exciting and interesting story. Any recommendations? We use a 0 to 5 star rating system here at TDF, and here's what the ratings mean so you can get a general idea of how we feel about a book just by looking at the stars. Some reservations.