Crossing the Line is a novel written by Karen Traviss in November It is the second book of the Wess’Har Series. Its predecessor was called City of Pearl. All about Crossing the Line by Karen Traviss. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Crossing the Line (Wess’Har Series #2) by Karen Traviss at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!.

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And in theory I don’t have a pro I feel so conflicted about these books. So many things in this series parallel the real world and the current thoughts of humanity. There is a statement in the series page from the travviss regarding this. Jun 30, erforscherin rated it liked it Shelves: It is well worth the read.

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Power, greed, fear are all well explored in here The exciting sequel to City of Pearl, from a talented new voice in science fiction. Books by Karen Traviss.

Crossing the Line

And she is, a good portion of the time, but she looks at the world in a very rigid sort of way that fits in right with the wess’har. Now, as four races prepare to battle for control of the planet and the secrets it holds she must find a way to stop the coming invasion. Read reviews that mention crossing the line wess har city of pearl karen traviss science fiction har wars looking forward many ways well written worth the read sequel to city book in the series frankland is infected part of the series karn earth aras human humans species.


This continues the exploration of human nature begun in City of Pearl. The native were saved by the inhabitants of that planet’s moon.

In the end, it was another great addition to the sci-fi universe and I look forward to continue reading the series, the second half of the book seemed to fly by, and Karen Traviss does an exceptional job of making a fast paced, exciting series with so little action, always leaving you looking for the next development or answer. War is coming again to Cavanagh’s Star — and this time, the instigators will be the troublesome gethes from the faraway planet Earth. Shan holds something the people of Earth want to use as a crossin, something that if used as a weapon, could have disastrous effects on both human civilization and the world of Cavanagh.

I just skimmed the last two thirds and was still able to follow the plot and to catch every significant event. Everything Traviss brought to the table in her debut novel is on vivid display here — her crosskng to convey how, in a realistic manner, humans and intelligent alien life would interact.

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This book has an intricate and tightly woven plot that begins immediately after the end of City of Pearl. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs.

A few centuries previous, a group of misfits from earth tried to colonize the planet. Page – This is one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do,” Motta told him just before the Bulls broke camp. Get to Know Us. Traviss has done an amazing job bringing me into the story and then allowing it to flow back out, and impac This book was a good continuation. No current Talk conversations about this book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.


Would you like to tell us about a lower price? May 02, William rated it did not like it. The plot was not overly complex although it’s sometimes hard to follow what’s going on in Lindsay’s mindbut the characters are well developed and show growth and change, which is awesome. Another thing that comes more to the forefront in Crossing the Line is the whole theme of relationships. Traviss has done an amazing job bringing me into the story and then allowing it to flow back out, and impact my every day real life.

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All of this increased development did make the novel a little wordy in areas but I still found that the story moved a decent pace and kept me entertained throughout. Make so little sense to me. Traviss did something similar in Imperial Commando Republic Commando 5 when Darman used the only chance to go to his son–who desperately needed him–to stay behind for the greater good even though he knew his son needed him hide spoiler ]. Why did that happen. The only planet where humans are known to survive in a colony away from Earth.

TomMcGreevy Aug 27, I had the same problem with trviss Honor Harrington books.

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