In Darkness Bound

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Press: PublishAmerica (February 5, 2007)
Publication Date:2007-2
Author Name:Brambles, Lindsay, H. F.


For decades it has lain nearly forgotten just beyond the Fringes, its inhabitants eschewing membership in the USF, determined to exist outside the laws of the Federation. 
But things are changing in the Earth Empire.
The Federation is weakening, while the Corporates are growing more audacious and ambitious in their expansionism.
And Obsidian has caught their eye.
A habitable world with a transit point that might well be the gateway to countless new opportunities for growth.
New worlds.
New riches.
The only thing that stands in their way is Fleet, the military arm of the Federation.
But Fleet is old and tired and battered.
The Corporates are ready to stand against it.
They’re in for a surprise.


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Comment List (Total:4)

  •     I read this one last year, I am a huge fan of mil sci fi and enjoy a new romp though a universe. I found the character development a bit much but its better than too little. I enjoy the universe that builds with each chapter. I enjoyed an attention to detail and a sense of grit. I would read a sequel to this book on the strength of this one, no question.
  •     I read the first book in this series so I thought I would pick up the second as well. The story itself I really liked, the problem I had with it was the same as another comment here. The background information on the characters was just far too long. You could literally skip whole chapters and it would not effect the storyline at all. I would say at least 1/2 the book deals with character backgrounds or memories that do nothing to tie into the actual storyline.More storyline and less background information and this really could have been a "keep you on the edge of your seat" story. It just made an otherwise interesting storyline feel very sluggish.
  •     The book starts of decently, the plot is solid and intricate. Unfortunately the author falls in love with reminiscences of years gone by on a character by character basis. What's needed is a well read editor to honestly tell the author that in some cases long tedious explanations of child hood traumas and motivations don't really add depth to a character, it just creates spots in the story telling that finally leads to readers skipping ahead.Honestly after the first third of the book I just started skipping the tedious character studies. I'm a fan of Steven Erikson's Malazan Book of the Fallen, so detailed character study isn't an issue, but it is when it's tedious and not properly placed.Hopefully the author will have a chance to revise the book in the future and find an editor who can help with critical editing.
  •     Good read! I enjoyed the story and the characters. I seemed a bit wordy at times but otherwise was an enjoyable time.

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