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Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens are the authors of more than thirty books, including numerous "New York Times" bestselling Star Trek novels. Their newest novel of suspense, "Freefall, " is a follow-up to their "Los Angeles Times" bestseller, "Icefire, " and is set against the political intrigue and historical conspiracy surrounding the next race to the Moon. In keeping with their interest in both the reality of space exploration and the science fiction that helps inspire it, in 2003 Judith and Garfield were invited to join a NASA Space Policy Workshop for the development of NASA's new goals as put forth in the agency's 2004 Vision for Space Exploration. Then, for the 2004 television season, the couple joined the writing staff of "Star Trek: Enterprise "as executive story editors. For more information, please visit www.reeves-stevens.com.
Judith Reeves-Stevens currently resides in the state of California. Judith Reeves-Stevens was born in 1942.
Reviews - What do customers think about Dark Hunter: The Chronicles of Galen Sword Book 3?
The Chronicles of Galen Sword - interesting Aug 8, 2008
I read the first two books of the Chronicles of Galen Sword in the early 90's and I have long waited for book 3. It's good and does answer some questions but I was hoping for more answers and not just to have the authors leaving things hanging.
Very nice -- when are the rest coming out!!!?? Jun 7, 2008
I really liked this installment, wherein Galen learns more about his family, what fate befell them after he was born, and what destiny awaits him. I felt as though the authors were finally letting Galen come into his own a little. Less visible were the clumsy attempts by Galen and crew to understand and interact with the creatures of his origins that were seen in the first two books. Here, we even see a foreshadowing of what Galen might become should he be successful in his journey to learn all he can about his past.
All in all, a very fun read. I can't wait for more!
This is my SECOND review of this book - See Tye Pearson Dec 3, 2007
I cannot possibly give less than a 5 star rating for this book or the series. It is brilliant. It is fast-paced, smart, witty, and submersive. It is a fantastic read that I would recommend to anyone.
However, please know in advance that you should NOT hope to read a fourth book. Avoid getting sucked into actually caring about the series. You will end up checking Babbage Press' website hundreds of times hoping for an announcement for the next book in the series. You might email the authors, as I have, and get nothing in response. You might actually believe the authors' promise that "the last word of the 9th book was known when the 1st word of the 1st book was written." Nonsense.
I do not think this series has any future. We are now closing in on FIVE years since the release of Dark Hunter which was released a full TWELVE years after Nightfeeder. Affording the benefit of the doubt, that's an average of 8.5 years of total wait time between books, leaving 3.5 years to go. With an alleged 6 books to go and an average wait time of 8.5 years between books (subtracting the 5 already waited for #4) that leaves 46 years until the series is finished. I would be 76 years old. I might still be breathing, but I highly doubt I'll be able to see well enough to read.
I don't believe the explanation anymore. I don't think it has anything at all to do with a soft sci-fi genre. I believe the authors don't care about the story, don't know where to take the story, or prefer to write redundant Star Trek novels. Maybe it's a combination of the three.
If you begin the Galen Sword series you absolutely will be mesmerized by it. My strong recommendation, however, is to take it for what it is....a three-novel series that ends with fantastic unresolved subplots. Create an ending in your own vivid imagination, because the authors certainly don't intend to. If you find yourself caring too much, drop the series and pick something else up. Because you WILL be disappointed.
whens the next book comming out? Jul 27, 2007
yes i agree i love the 3rd book you actually start to feel for galen and start to dislike how everyone dumps on him and oh yeah anyone got even a clue as to when the next book is comming out please tell me pretty please
Excellent!! Worth the wait!! Mar 15, 2006
I waited 12 years for this sequel and was not disappointed; it made me want to go back and read the first two all over again. If you were a fan of the first two books, pick this one up; it explains so much and so opens up even more possibilities. A definite must read; I read the entire book in a single day. I just couldn't put it down!!