Hells Gate - David Weber Reviews
Description:ISBN 1416555412 / Author: David Weber / Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy / Publisher: Baen Books / The Union of Arcana has expanded through the ... more
Hells Gate - David Weber ... portals linking parallel universes for over a century and a half. In that time, its soldiers and sorcerers have laid claim to one uninhabited planet after another-all of them Earth, and in the process, the Unio.
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by - written on 24/05/08 (Very useful, 104 readings)
Hell's Gate. Author - David Weber. This will be a short and sweet, or should that be "bitter" sweet review. Synopsis: The basic story line is a universe where Magic actually works, meets universe where technology is supreme The Union of Arcana has journeyed through portals linking parallel universes. In that time its soldiers and Sorcerers have laid claim to one uninhabited planet after another but all of that is about to come to an explosive halt. The Union's scouts have just discovered a new portal, and on its far side lies a shattering revelation. There is another human society, Sharona, ... Read the complete review
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