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on February 27, 2009
I have all the books and this one is the weakest in the series. Though it gives you a deeper look into the Sangheli (elite race) which is okay but not great. It also diggs deeper into the history of Captain Keyes. Obviously he's not Captain yet but it tells more of his history and the history of the attacks of the Covenent. As a huge Halo Nerd I will buy every book that ever comes out ever but if you are just looking to educate yourself in the world of Halo then the books First Stike, The fall of Reach and The Flood are your best books to be schooled. The previous books are also for Master Chief Junkies. Spartans are in this book but they play a much smaller role as far as Spartans go. Master CHIEF IS NOT IN THIS BOOK...Be Warned
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on February 13, 2009
An interesting look at the Kigyar/Jackal relationship in the Covenant as well as insight regarding the Sangheili/Elite culture. There is also more exploration of Jacob Keyes' background with the story detailing his service to the UNSC. The Spartans are portrayed rather differently than known before, but they play a relatively small but important part.
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on July 14, 2014
Good story but moves rather slowly. Adds to the covenant story and adds to things that we didn't already know about the covenant
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on September 20, 2009
I bought this book for my husband who love the Halo' series in video games and in books. So he loved it!
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