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James S. A. Corey

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James S.A. Corey is the pen name for a collaboration between Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck. James is Daniel's middle name, Corey is Ty's middle name, and S.A. are Daniel's daughter's initials. James' current project is a series of science fiction novels called The Expanse Series. They are also the visa mer authors of Honor Among Thieves: Star Wars (Empire and Rebellion). (Bowker Author Biography) visa färre

(eng) James S. A. Corey is a pen name used by a pair of authors Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck writing together. Do not combine with either of them writing alone, and do not add their names here as "other names".

Foto taget av: Ty Franck (left) and Daniel Abraham (right), together forming James S.A. Corey, at Borderlands Books in San Francisco, June 21, 2014 - by Elf


Verk av James S. A. Corey

Leviathan Wakes (2011) 6,939 exemplar
Caliban's War (2012) 3,861 exemplar
Abaddon's Gate (2013) 3,211 exemplar
Cibola Burn (2014) 2,663 exemplar
Nemesis Games (2015) 2,287 exemplar
Babylon's Ashes (2016) 2,055 exemplar
Persepolis Rising (2017) 1,806 exemplar
Tiamat's Wrath (2019) 1,434 exemplar
Leviathan Falls (2021) 971 exemplar
The Butcher of Anderson Station (2011) 572 exemplar
Gods of Risk (2012) 569 exemplar
The Vital Abyss (2015) 450 exemplar
The Churn (2014) 381 exemplar
Memory's Legion (2022) 380 exemplar
Strange Dogs (2017) 349 exemplar
Drive (2012) 232 exemplar
Auberon (2019) 163 exemplar
The Expanse: Origins (2018) 101 exemplar
The Sins of Our Fathers (2022) 75 exemplar
How It Unfolds (2023) 58 exemplar
Leviathan Wakes, Part 1 (2013) 13 exemplar
The Expanse Series (Books 1-8) (2020) 12 exemplar
R♯zboiul lui Caliban (2022) 1 exemplar
The Expanse 1 exemplar
Leviathan Wakes, Part 2 (2013) 1 exemplar

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James S. A. Corey is a pen name used by a pair of authors Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck writing together. Do not combine with either of them writing alone, and do not add their names here as "other names".



Jeff's 2019 Reads i The Green Dragon (april 2021)


The more I read this, the less I enjoyed it. It started off very well — humanity expanded into the solar system; reasonable sci-fi elements; politics; mystery, horror, tension... But, boy it goes on too long, and the characters are just badly written. There's some eye-rollingly forced dialogue, particularly when the two protagonists meet and start doing a weird buddy-cop thing. Inconsistent characterisations; characters defined by people describing them. The vaguely realistic science gets abandoned at some point. The ending seems entirely implausible. It's not _awful_ but I can't imagine ever reading the next two books, whenever they come out. Ultimately, not ridiculously disappointing, but disappointingly ridiculous.… (mer)
thisisstephenbetts | 332 andra recensioner | Nov 25, 2023 |
Just as good as the rest of the series. I enjoy so much getting back together with these characters and this book doesn't disappoint. As usual, the crew is sent off to save the Universe. I won't give any spoilers but things are pretty close to home for Naomi. A couple of characters come back into the fold and they were great to see. I always love these books.
ElizaJane | 77 andra recensioner | Nov 17, 2023 |
James Holden, one out of the two main characters of the book, is an Earther and the second in command of the ship the Canterbury. The second main character is Miller, a belter detective given a case to find the missing Julie. Holden and Miller are opposites but play off each other so well. Holden a righteous do-gooder who accidentally starts a war and Miller the reluctant anti-hero. In the beginning I very much like Holden, he seemed like he cared for his crew and was just trying to do what was right, but then along the way, his self-righteousness took away his ability to sit down and think what the best plan of action was. There were times that I wanted to jump into the book grab him and shake him and just yell ‘Stop and Think!’ Of course, I would probably get shot by his crew with how loyal they are.

Miller, on the other hand, was my type of guy, although he was pretty much losing it at the end of the book. Miller didn’t have the naive thoughts that Holden did, being a detective he had the ability to take a step and think about the situation. Although some of this was done in an almost clinical detachment sort of way, that one would probably say he is a loose cannon. Both Abraham and Franck do an amazing job of setting up their galaxy without taking away from the story or characters. I will be reading the second book ‘Caliban’s War’, I am just not sure if I will be reading it right away or read another book in between.

If you like are looking for a good Sci-Fi series to start, look no further.
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latteslipsticklit | 332 andra recensioner | Nov 16, 2023 |
The Expanse series is astonishingly good science fiction. Corey paints a future that depicts humanity having ventured out deep into our solar system, but it's a fractured future, where the inhabitants of Earth, Mars, and the Asteroid Belt ("Belters") find themselves having less and less in common. Ships and stations are cramped, dark, unfriendly places, and these are where much of the book is set.

This story is written primarily from the perspective of Belters, who feel forgotten and abused by the inner planets. It's here that the hunt for missing heiress Juliette Andromeda Mao begins, initiating a series of events that bring together a Ceres detective and a small crew of ice miners. Characters are flawed, and rough edged, but they find a way to come together against an unlikely and terribly mysterious antagonist and display the best of their humanity.

I like the way Corey writes dialogue, and how he illustrates mood through body gestures. Technology is treated very nonchalantly, and feels not entirely unfamiliar. Drama is used sparingly, and punctuates the story at well timed moments. The story is complex, and layered, but I'm excited to continue it.
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nakedspine | 332 andra recensioner | Nov 16, 2023 |



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