|Title||:||Exiles: The Uplift Storm Trilogy|
|Number of Pages||:||1433 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Exiles: The Uplift Storm Trilogy Reviews
The first and second books are slow, and small in scope. I was worried that there would be little resolution of the events set in motion during the first Uplift books. However during the third book things really kick back into gear, the scope opens back up, and in the end I was satisfied with the conclusion. 3* for the first two, 4* for the third.
A rare, rare thing happened. I Gave up on it after 200-odd pages. Too much for now. Will try again later sometime. Funny, since I've liked Brin's previous work a lot. This one was just too slow to start, too jaded, too... ...je ne sais quoi. Too bad.
Unlike the first 3 Uplift books, this is an actual trilogy. It gives some resolution to the background events, but still leaves a lot unsaid. That doesn't bother me as much, but would love to read more from this universe.
Interesting aliens, intergalactic policy, transcendents, but way too long, 3 long books appended to tell one space opera story is ultimately a bit boring (as often, the first part of the trilogy is the best by far)