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Elizabeth

All these reviews are making me even more anxious to read Everfree! I can't believe it's been over a month and I still haven't read it! My darn library didn't take my request to get it...I think I'm starting to go through withdrawals, I need my Hal fix ;)

Ângelo Fernandes

Well, congratulations for you, once more. Those critics made me more anxious for the portuguese edition.
don you know when it will be avaiable?

hugs
ângelo

whitney

I have to wonder..
the second book was very boring compared to the first.I don't know If I should read the third.
I think the reasn it was so boring is because It was in someone elses perspective and I didn't understand where the story was going.
I really hope the third is better.
If not then nick sagan is a one hit wonder. with IDLEWILD.

Lilia

Congrats on the review! Ever think about writing an international thriller? http://www.johnboydbooks.com/

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Idlewild Trilogy


  • i d l e w i l d

    "Sagan has a ferocious imagination."
    -- Stephen Baxter


  • e d e n b o r n

    "One of the best post-apocalyptic novels you will ever read."
    -- SFX Magazine



  • e v e r f r e e

    "Sagan's mind-blowing post-apocalyptic trilogy comes to a satisfying, terrifying conclusion."
    -- Kirkus Reviews

Shrapnel



  • Aristeia Rising

    "An intense and intelligent story partnered with art that makes your eyes drool."
    -- Ain't It Cool News



  • Hubris

    "Lord, this is epic. If you thought the first volume of the Shrapnel series was intense, brutal, and dark, just wait until you get your hands on its follow up."
    -- Comics Bulletin

Futurism



  • Future Proof

    "A delightful 'expedition in search of the future,' providing clear explanations of today's cutting-edge technologies to find where science fiction has become reality."
    -- Publishers Weekly

Star Trek



  • Voyager: Season 5

    "Year five of Star Trek: Voyager is the greatest achievement in its seven year run. This is Voyager in its prime, and in its absolute top form."
    -- DVD Answers


  • TNG: Season 7

    "One of Next Generation's best seasons ever... The series was at the top of its game, consistently turning out episodic sci-fi hours that felt fresh and captured the imagination."
    -- SciFi.com

Computer Games



  • Zork Nemesis

    "The story is dark and gripping. Numerous subplots and twists are heightened by a surprise climactic revelation. Character developments are complex. The portrayals of the dark side of mankind in these characters are chilling."
    -- The Adventure Collective

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