The Third Side (Battle for the Solar System, #2)

Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
The White Knights have had their wings clipped. Shot down and stranded on a planet in independent space, the five pilots find themselves sitting directly in the path of the Pandoran war machine as it prepares to advance The Mission. But if they can somehow survive and find a way home, they might just discover something far more worrisome than that which destroyed an empire.

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Words: 145,690
Language: English
ISBN: 9780955856174
About Stephen J Sweeney

Stephen Sweeney was born in Brighton, UK in 1977 to Terry and Emma Sweeney and has spent many years thereafter making up stories about stuff that doesn't exist.

He attended Worth School in West Sussex before studying Environmental Biology at Oxford Brookes University.

He currently lives in London where he works in the City performing various IT related bits and pieces (although he's worse than useless if you ask him to help fix your computer).

When not working he enjoys listening to music, reading, snowboarding (or at least attempting to) and spending time with friends (generally talking nonsense to them in the pub).

His favourite authors include JK Rowling, Terry Pratchett, Philip Pullman, Iain Banks and Stephen King (although he doesn't read too much King any more since he's too scared of finding an old decaying dead woman lying in his bathtub, grinning at him).

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Review by: Philippe Baranger on June 25, 2012 :
I enjoyed this book (and the previous one), but maybe it is a bit too extreme : characters go between the worst fate and the highest expectation to fall back to doomsday. I fear that it could be tiresome eventually.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Bernard Wejzgrowicz on Nov. 21, 2011 : (no rating)
Enjoyed the book looking forward to book three!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Andrew Williamson on Nov. 02, 2011 : (no rating)
This was a good book, and I enjoyed it a lot. The book could do with better proof-reading though. Some incorrect homonyms (except/accept; their/there; etc.) and other silly mistakes detract a little from the reading enjoyment.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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