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Book Title: Xenopath|
The author of the book: Eric Brown
Date of issue: 2009
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Reader ratings: 4.7
ISBN 13: 9781844167425
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Xenopath book two in the Bengal Station trilogy takes everything from book one and outdoes it in this one. Xenopath by Eric Brown is a novel tailor made me to my likes. It is a science fiction novel and hard boiled detective novel mashed into one. The science fiction is of the light nature as there is very little technical data discussed or utilized. The novel is well written and fast paced. The book takes place in the future when Earth has expanded to the stars and we are now in contact with many different alien species. All of this has a light space opera feel.
Xenopath is better than Necropath because our hero has become a better man. After the conflicts ended in book one Jeff's life is forced to be remarkably changed. No longer a Telepath and now totally open to his new wife, Jeff has now let people in and showed that he has a heart. The changes in Jeff are welcome to us the reader as he is a character that is easy to empathize with now.
The story in Xenopath is less a mystery than book one, but more filled with heart and emotion. There are several interesting new characters and new places. The action is fun and the chases are great. I really feel that this is much more of a complete book and I loved it.
What a science fiction dream this series is and I cannot wait to read more.
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Read information about the authorEric Brown was born in Haworth, West Yorkshire, in 1960, and has lived in Australia, India and Greece. He began writing in 1975, influenced by Agatha Christie and the science fiction writer Robert Silverberg. Since then he has written over forty-five books and published over a hundred and twenty short stories, selling his first story in 1986 and his first novel in 1992. He has written a dozen books for children; young adult titles as well as books for reluctant readers. He has been nominated for the British Science Fiction Award five times, winning it twice for his short stories in 2000 and 2002.
His work has been translated into sixteen languages and he writes a monthly science fiction review column for the Guardian. His hobbies include collecting books and cooking (particularly Indian curries). He lives in Dunbar, East Lothian, with his wife and daughter.
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