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Alan Campbell

3.62 of 5 Votes: 2
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Books by Alan Campbell
God of Clocks (2009)
language
English
3.53 of 5 Votes: 1
review 1: I continue to like the overall Deepgate series, but this book's plot got very convoluted and difficult to follow. The focus on the greater meta-plot at the cost of lessened attention to the characters also makes this book weaker than the others in the series. Still, the interesti...
Sea of Ghosts (2011)
language
English
3.99 of 5 Votes: 3
review 1: I usually avoid fantasy, but I picked up this book because a) Martin Lewis recommended it, and b) the cover art features a deep sea diver. There’s some interesting world-building in this, and a nice line in wit, but the thinly-disguised discussions on quantum mechanics wore thin ...
Iron Angel (2008)
language
English
3.59 of 5 Votes: 3
review 1: I continued reading the series simply because of the dark world the author had created and his dark take on angels and gods.The books continues to follow the story of the angel, Dill, and the assassin, Rachel. Dill, more than ever, reminded me of a convenient plot device, a pawn...
Il Dio Delle Anime (2009)
language
English
3.53 of 5 Votes: 3
review 1: 5 StarsAlan Campbell has created a wonderful genre blurring series in the Deepgate Codex. This is a series that has roots in fantasy, science fiction, steampunk, and even horror. Each of the three books so far have a very different feel and style. They are filled with Angels, Dem...
Il Dio delle nebbie (2008)
language
English
3.59 of 5 Votes: 5
review 1: It takes a fall after Scar Night, it tries to cover to much with too little . The gods and Dill's journey in hell are confusing storelines that doesn't explain a lot but let's us connect the dots after re-reading a lot of times. I don't understand the "living" and "dead" status i...
Żelazny anioł (2009)
language
English
3.59 of 5 Votes: 3
review 1: Despite my ambivalence towards the first book, the end intrigued me just enough that I decided to continue on to the second. I really shouldn't have bothered. This book has the same problems as the first, only worse. One-dimensional worldbuilding, distracting prose, extraneous ch...
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