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Babylon's Ashes Expanse series book reviewBabylon’s Ashes, by the writing team of James S. A. Corey, hits it out of the park yet again in this latest chapter of the The Expanse series.

Babylon’s Ashes, by the writing team of authors Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck. picks up not long after Naomi got space ejected by her crazy ex, Marco, the asshat that started launching meteors at Earth.

This Free Navy crippled humanity on Earth in response to pioneers trying to take to the far stars through the gate that an alien species left in its wake. The Free Navy forces the rest of humanity to pull together to try and deal with this common threat, but the man who leads the Free Navy is a brilliant tactician, and when his tactics don’t work, he manipulates the situation to his advantage to make it look like that’s what he planned to do.

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And he’s not wrong in his nasty tactics, as it pulls the old political powers of the solar system apart.

The powers-that-be call upon James Holden and his crew of the Rocinante to help deal with the problem, but the problem hits multiple fronts with multiple resources.

It ain’t pretty. There are wins, losses and scenarios that come from events from this latest chapter, and worst of all, the new alliance that is forced to come together is tenuous at best.

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NEMESIS GAMES (The Expanse) Book Review

August 15, 2016

A quick disclaimer: I NEVER pay full paperback book prices for Kindle versions. Except for this book series, The Expanse. – I just had the fun opportunity to read one of the latest chapters in the James S. A. Corey series, The Expanse, titled Nemesis Games. In this latest chapter, we’ve seen how in the […]

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What Shows Are Coming To Syfy in 2015?

January 30, 2015

If you were wondering what, if any shows, are coming back to or premiering on Syfy in the 2015 TV season, they’ve been kind enough to put out a promo video for their upcoming year. Some of the scenes are from some obvious Syfy shows while others, not quite so much if you’re not familiar […]

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Syfy’s THE EXPANSE Teaser, Empty Or Hopeful?

January 16, 2015

I just caught the teaser that Syfy has released for their upcoming new series titled The Expanse. To be honest, after having read the series and knowing what takes place, either they’re leaving a ton of shit out of the preview or they’re leaving a ton of shit out of the show! Syfy’s tagline for […]

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CIBOLA BURN (The Expanse) Review

November 24, 2014

–Cibola Burn is the fourth book in “The Expanse” series by James S.A. Corey. (A pen name for a pair of writers, Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck.) In this fourth chapter of The Expanse, we find that humanity has rushed through the gates (If you have read the book series, you already know that the […]

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Syfy Lands Their Detective Miller in THE EXPANSE

July 16, 2014

It’s been announced via press release that Syfy has landed Thomas Jane to star in their 10-episode sci-fi series, The Expanse, as Detective Miller. The Expanse is written by the writing team known as James S. A. Corey and it’s a multi-book series in the near (200 years) future where “humanity has colonized the solar […]

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James S.A. Corey’s ‘Abaddon’s Gate’ Review

January 15, 2014

Abaddon’s Gate by “James S.A. Corey” is the third book in The Expanse series, (Leviathon Wakes, Caliban’s War) which seems to end the story of the alien entity or artifact first discovered in Leviathon Wakes, then ripped its way through Caliban’s War by living under the clouds of Venus doing, god knows what, and then, […]

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The Expanse Book Series Review

December 10, 2012

This is a book review of a sorts, about The Expanse book series. It’s an engaging science fiction story with just enough characters to make it interesting, but not convoluted. It’s an easy read and it’s hard to put down damnit. But don’t take my word for it. Leviathan Wakes was nominated for a 2012 […]

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