Review: The Burning City

Written by Fantasyfan - 2.0

For the whole book I was waiting for something to grab my attention. Something to make interested. Something to start liking the main character. It didn't happen. The main character remained distant. Like skimming the water without getting in to it. Feelings were thin, so felt the other characters. The story also had long time jumps that distanced the feeling even further. It was long wait of "end already".
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About the Book :: The Burning City

Larry Niven, Jerry Pournelle Release date: 2000
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: fantasy

Each an acclaimed author in his own right, Larry Niven and Jerry Pournelle have collaborated on some of the biggest bestsellers in science fiction history, including the No. 1 New York Times bestseller Footfall, as well as Lucifer's Hammer, Inferno, Oath of Fealty, and The Mote in God's Eye. Now Niven and Pournelle have combined their award-winning talents and imaginations to produce a masterpiece of epic fantasy that rivals the works of Robert Jordan ... (more)

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