Hidden Empire - Kevin J. Anderson

Hidden Empire

By Kevin J. Anderson

  • Release Date - Published: 2002-07-24
  • Book Genre: Action & Adventure
  • Author: Kevin J. Anderson
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4 Score: 4 (From 46 Ratings)

Hidden Empire Kevin J. Anderson read online review & book description:

Having colonized other worlds, humans are certain the galaxy is theirs for the taking. But they soon discover the horrifying price of their arrogance when a scientific experiment awakens the wrath of the previously unknown Hydrogues and begins a war.

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  • AMAZING READ

    5
    By Aeryke
    An epic story on a grand scale. I LOVE LOVE LOVE these kind of stories. If you are truly a scifi lover, read this you will not be disappointed. You will be hooked. THANK YOU KEVIN J ANDERSON ... U rock!!!
  • Remarkable!

    5
    By HeroicHolmes
    This book was absolutely amazing! This was an amazing opener to fantastic storyline. If you want to read a series that will keep you on the edge of your seat then this is it. It's a big story, but once you start it you will not want to stop. It does have a lot of characters, but if you truly like and understand the story you will have no problem with it. You do not want to miss out on this epic series(btw it is 7 books in all). Get your hands on this saga!
  • Doesn't flow well at all

    2
    By Kottoneyejoe
    The premise of the book is interesting enough, but Anderson jumps around so much between the different characters of the book it's difficult to follow. By the time he finally gets back to who ever the main character is (there doesn't seem to be one), I've all but forgotten what's going on in the story. Unless you're a fan of Anderson's writing style, I would avoid this series. It's a shame.

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