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    Mass Effect (Free) If you'd like to see my reviews of the first two Mass Effect books click on the links Revelation and AscensionThe first Mass Effect book Revelation was a way to get Mass Effect suited to the book world It involved characters from the first game and acted as a preuel The novelty of it was that you read about places you tech

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    Mass Effect (Free) Timeline note Retribution is set almost immediately after the main storyline of ME2 concludes but before The Arrival DLC Which I suppose makes it canonical that The Arrival is post game even if you can play it through in the middle of the storyline But it always worked better from a story perspective as a post

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    characters È eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Drew Karpyshyn Mass Effect (Free) Drew Karpyshyn ✓ 3 review Well purely in the comparative context of the Mass Effect novels Retribution is all right and actually noticeably better written than Revelation I haven't read Ascension yet That honestly isn't saying much thoughIf you're a fan of the Mass Effect game series as I am it may be worth a read through as a companion to the game As a nov

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    Mass Effect (Free) Granted I'm a little bias when it comes to Mass Effect so my review is fan reactive This book carries on from Ascension and the Illusive Man has a lot of wheels in motion The book is something for the fans and it delivers on this front Karpyshyn has a lot of the early novelist errors but this book starts with a lot of ac

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    Mass Effect (Free) I really enjoyed Drew Karpyshyn's Mass Effect series of books that tied into the games This third book in the series wraps things up and leads into Mass Effect 2 This gives readers information on The Illusive Man and how Cerberus works It also

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    read Mass Effect Drew Karpyshyn ✓ 3 review Mass Effect (Free) Surprisingly this one had the barest glimpse of potential at being an interesting story Suandered but there was the gem of an idea here However the writing was awful Once nearly every line of dialog is accompanie

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    read Mass Effect Mass Effect (Free) Humanity has reached the stars joining the vast galactic community of alien species But beyond the fringes of explored space lurk th

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    Mass Effect (Free) characters È eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Drew Karpyshyn Drew Karpyshyn ✓ 3 review Always liked this author The Mass Effect universe makes for great video games and fiction

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    read Mass Effect characters È eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Drew Karpyshyn Drew Karpyshyn ✓ 3 review The lie ran so deep that even those who’d helped bury the truth had convinced themselves the Reapers were nothing but a myth They continued on with their mundane existence too weak and too stupid to acknowledge the horrific destiny awaiting them But the Illusive Man had devoted his life to facing unpleasant truths Drew Karpyshyn Mass Effect RetributionMass Effect Retribution picks up two or so years after the end of Ascension Grayson a fo

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    Mass Effect (Free) Having read all three Mass Effect novels written by Drew Karpyshyn I have to say they are very much three of a kind Same style of wr

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Mass Effect review Ý eBook or Kindle ePUB characters È eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Drew Karpyshyn Over the enemy's strengths and weaknesses by studying someone implanted with modified Reaper technology He knows the perfect subject for his horrific experiments former Cerberus operative Paul Grayson who wrestled his daughter from the cabal's control with the help of Ascension project director Kahlee SandersBut when Kahlee learns that Grayson is missing she turns to the only person she can trust Alliance war hero Captain David A. Surprisingly this one had the barest glimpse of potential at being an interesting story Suandered but there was the gem of an idea here However the writing was awful Once nearly every line of dialog is accompanied by a phrase telling us the internal mental state of the character in uestion And the paragraphs of prose in between dialog blocks are merely transcriptions of what the characters are thinking what their base motivations are punctuated by clumsily written actionsShow don t tellIt is better than the previous two although the bar has been set so low that isn t difficult to accomplish

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Mass Effect review Ý eBook or Kindle ePUB characters È eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Drew Karpyshyn Nderson Together they set out to find the secret Cerberus facility where Grayson is being held But they aren't the only ones after him And time is running outAs the experiments continue the sinister Reaper technology twists Grayson's mind The insidious whispers grow even stronger in his head threatening to take over his very identity and unleash the Reapers on an unsuspecting galaxyThis novel is based on a Mature rated video game. The lie ran so deep that even those who d helped bury the truth had convinced themselves the Reapers were nothing but a myth They continued on with their mundane existence too weak and too stupid to acknowledge the horrific destiny awaiting them But the Illusive Man had devoted his life to facing unpleasant truths Drew Karpyshyn Mass Effect RetributionMass Effect Retribution picks up two or so years after the end of Ascension Grayson a former Cerberus operative is living incognito on Omega In Ascension he was a drug addicted father of an autistic biotic girl Against the wishes of Cerberus Grayson removes his daughter from the experimental clutches of the Illusive Man and sends her to live unmolested among the uarians untouchable amidst their enormous flotilla The Illusive Man wants him but not dead Grayson is now a trusted foot soldier of Aria and he has kicked the red dust habit He keeps in tenuous touch with Kahlee Sanders who still lives and works at Grissom Academy in an effort to ensure her safety per a deal he made with the Illusive Man that she would not be harmedBut the Illusive Man is not to be thwarted and he learns of Grayson s whereabouts The Illusive Man sends Kai Leng to obtain GraysonIf you re familiar with the ME games then you already know who Kai Leng is a former Alliance officer hyped up on Reaper tech who acts as the Illusive Man s top assassin He s ruthless patient and utterly deadly Kai Leng is also mentioned by Anderson in ME3 wherein he mentions not being one of Kai Leng s favorite people because he once shot out both of his legs You get to see how that happens in Retribution For those of you who know the beloved Captain Anderson he can be just a ruthless as Kai Leng and we get to see him here in rare formRetribution is the saddest of the books thus far Grayson poor man can never catch a break His life is a long series of bad choices and worse outcomes and what eventually happens to him thanks to the Illusive Man is probably worse than death What happens to him also screams borg to me Borg as in Star TrekLike the others this book is fast paced and well written with a crisp concise story line that does not wander away from the original ME story but runs parallel to it There is no pretended happy ending here though so as much as one might root for Grayson to finally have some peace in his life you won t be satisfiedKahlee Sanders isn t as annoying in this book as she was in Ascension In fact she s uite a trooper even if a little soft around the middle Anderson who we know is a bit of a badass but only from rumors and attitude shows us exactly why he can be counted among the Shepards in the ME universe He isn t just the deep voiced on point soldier with a commanding attitude He s a calculating and dangerous opponent even without Reaper cybernetic implants a bad attitude or indoctrinationAs for the last book in the ME novel series Deception I m unsure if I will read it I understand that it was authored by someone other than Drew Karpyshyn and reviews are somewhat lackluster We shall see

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Mass Effect review Ý eBook or Kindle ePUB characters È eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Drew Karpyshyn Humanity has reached the stars joining the vast galactic community of alien species But beyond the fringes of explored space lurk the Reapers a race of sentient starships bent on 'harvesting' the galaxy's organic species for their own dark purposeThe Illusive Man leader of the pro human black ops group Cerberus is one of the few who know the truth about the Reapers To ensure humanity's survival he launches a desperate plan to unc. Well purely in the comparative context of the Mass Effect novels Retribution is all right and actually noticeably better written than Revelation I haven t read Ascension yet That honestly isn t saying much thoughIf you re a fan of the Mass Effect game series as I am it may be worth a read through as a companion to the game As a novel though I can t really say much in praise of Retribution I m afraid Many of the same problems plague Retribution as did Revelation The dialogue is natural enough but the rest of the book reads like a dry summary of what the novel really should have been For example on page 51 Target has left the club alone he whispered knowing the receivers worn by the rest of his team would automatically amplify his words so they could be heard clearly The plan is go Would it not be generally assumed that the team could hear him unless readers are shown otherwise Why describe to the reader in such detail everyday technology that we are already familiar with and would expect to function This is what I m talking about It s a whole book full of the obvious being tediously and unnecessarily spelled out while very predictable characters play out their various cardboard roles and events are described too many times from multiple perspectives that really don t add all that much to each other I wish I could trade in all that extraneous text for some meaty descriptions of the environment or lifelike characters with actual personalities SighThat being said if you re a Mass Effect junkie and prepared for the above you ll probably be all right I m just still hanging on to my wishful thinking for good franchised literature

  • Paperback
  • 356
  • Mass Effect
  • Drew Karpyshyn
  • English
  • 13 March 2019
  • 9781841499840