Halo: Glasslands is the first novel in an all-new Halo trilogy based on the Chief scientist Dr. Catherine Halsey broke every law in the book to. Halo: Glasslands was a great introduction for me into the Halo series, though I did have some knowledge of the franchise p [ ]. HALO: Glasslands by Karen Traviss – The first novel of the Kilo-Five Trilogy by #1 New York Times Get a FREE e-book by joining our mailing list today!.

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Official Spartan Field Manual. I got connected to the characters that Eric created, and they didn’t even get fleshed out in Grasslands.

In truth this section, when combined with the sections taking place on the Covenent homeworld could, and likely, should have formed an entire novel on its own. To weaken the potentially threatening hapo and secure human dominance among the stars… This setting is perfectly fine and seems to work overall.

I found it deeply interesting: Help Policies General Disclaimer. Glasslands 25, Marcus V rated it it was amazing. Even though sometimes those “inside-their-heads” comments might have been appropriate, she used them relentlessly and mostly unnecessarily, to awkwardly force what she wanted into the book.

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HALO: Glasslands

Wort wort wort BLAM! Halsey to be alive, but tells Osman that she only needs to divert to Onyx when anything is found. Oct 04, Joe rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Halsey once she has been located.

The Sangheili and humans agreed to a cease-fire, but there are still people on both sides who disagree with the leadership’s decision to end hostilities. A new era begins for the JLA as a one-time member falls before he can warn the team of looming peril — while what’s left of the JLA journeys to the heart of their Batman discovers a trail of bodies, but no leads. Contents [ show ]. I really liked this book for two reasons. Halsey that is thrown into the mix.

Using this world combined with all three storylines was done rather neatly. I was also glad glasslahds the story went out between yalo Human and Sangheili perspectives.

At best you might get some overriding attitude or action which will give some shade of difference, but barely anything truly feels different between characters.

As we see in Halo 4, their actions will have terrible consequences for humanity but they trust their superiors to know what they’re doing even as the book slowly unravels that trust. Parangosky also believes Dr. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. While everyone is continuing their search for Lucy, she finally emerges with Prone to Drift.


Glasslands From Halopedia, the Halo wiki. Afterwards, Prone comes back and grants them boook to the control panel. I can only remember there glqsslands 2 major skirmishes, which is ridiculous in a Halo universe based book. Her hunches have almost always proven correct, and this serves as a vital point to her character and her extremely logical, rational thinking again excluding her protectiveness of her Spartans.

It fulfilled my needs as a fan!

Their base is on a Forerunner location, the Forerunner as the name might imply are the ancestors and created some pretty advanced technology. Margaret Parangosky, head of ONI who is now trying to drive the Sangheili to borderline extinction with civil war. Upon landing, they find a temple which appears to be of Forerunner origins.

Triple Zero Star Wars: We’ve found that while readers like to know what we think of a book they find additional reader reviews a massive help in deciding if it is the right book for them. With this being the balo book in the series I did have some reservations about how the storyline would begin, but I was very pleased that the build-up was done as just a first book despite the terms.

But overall it’s a enjoyable read.