Belisarius III: The Flames of Sunset

Belisarius III The Flames of Sunset Concluding the popular Belisarius saga with two full length novels in one volume The Tide of Victory The creators of the monster called Link once were human but that was distant ages in their past N

  • Title: Belisarius III: The Flames of Sunset
  • Author: Eric Flint David Drake
  • ISBN: 9781439132807
  • Page: 160
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Concluding the popular Belisarius saga, with two full length novels in one volume The Tide of Victory The creators of the monster called Link once were human, but that was distant ages in their past Now, from the far future, they have sent their creation back to rule the Malwa Empire, then to conquer and shape the world of the sixth century A.D into the form that willConcluding the popular Belisarius saga, with two full length novels in one volume The Tide of Victory The creators of the monster called Link once were human, but that was distant ages in their past Now, from the far future, they have sent their creation back to rule the Malwa Empire, then to conquer and shape the world of the sixth century A.D into the form that will make their own foul existence possible Those in the future who never were human have sent their own messenger to the past Aide, a gleaming jewel who has come to Belisarius, the greatest general of the sixth century and perhaps any century Between them they have forged an alliance of all the world against the evil fro the far future and an army that can be the spear through evil s heart The Dance of Time The Malwa and their evil have been driven back to their Indian heartland, but there they coil to strike again Ruled by a monster from the future that is part computer and part demon, they prepare a fresh attack whose success will leave them rulers of the world and the monster that guides the Malwa will rule the whole future Guided by Aide, Belisarius has arrayed the forces of Mankind against the Malwa evil There is no hope for Mankind if he fails so he must not fail The triumphant conclusion of the Belisarius saga.

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    1. Overall, I loved the whole Belisarius saga. The characters are well-developed and interesting, the story is engaging, multifaceted and clips along at a good pace and the whole idea of a clearly defined 'good vs evil' works well here, where it wouldn't in other stories. Belisarius and his wife Antonina are interesting lead characters, and the supporting cast is extensive and entertaining also, especially the 'hero' characters who are clearly modelled after those from the epics of old. Some might [...]

    2. Does anyone read these reviews? Or are we just writing for ourselves?I have just finished the Belisarius series and was greatly impressed.A mixture of science fiction and alternate history with a heavy dose of fantastic narrative.Top rating in my book.Over the series I grew to thoroughly enjoy the characters - their triumphs and failures; their successes and short comings.And behind it all - an evil cyborg from the distant future and an equally good 'spirit' from the future.Jump in with both fee [...]

    3. This was a very long, very complicated series, and it took a lot to end it. That being said, I felt like the last section of this book was cumbersome and pondering. Not much battle, a lot more strategy and tactics. It was like watching two grand masters play chess. Fine if you like chess, but if you are looking for a boxing match, this really wasn't it. The early books had a lot more action.

    4. Read at least (3) timesI definitely liked the second half more than the first, but the whole thing was awesome!!

    5. Great series. Well written alternative history with a dash of sci fi fortunately the right balance of the two.

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