Three Unbroken

Chris Roberson

Three Unbroken

Three Unbroken is the next epic novel in the Celestial Empire sequence and details the explosive war between the Chinese and Aztec empires as they battle for control of the red planet, Fire Star. 2.5 out of 5 based on 1 reviews
Three Unbroken

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Classification Fiction
Genre Science Fiction & Fantasy
Format Paperback
Pages 416
RRP £7.99
Date of Publication February 2009
ISBN 978-1844167074
Publisher Solaris
 

Three Unbroken is the next epic novel in the Celestial Empire sequence and details the explosive war between the Chinese and Aztec empires as they battle for control of the red planet, Fire Star.

Reviews

The Guardian

Eric Brown

The novel alternates between these three viewpoints, with occasional chapters detailing the salient points of the future history, as the Chinese forces slog across the airless wastes of the red planet and engage the Mexic army in set-piece battles. The problem is that, for a war story set on Mars, the novel lacks impetus and colour, while battle scenes are minimal and told at a remove. That said, it's refreshing that an American writer is charting a future free from Wasp-types and western cultural values.

07/02/2009

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