Series: Milkweed Triptych

Author: Ian Tregillis

Un mal necesario (2013)
4.05 of 5 Votes: 5
The third (and final, of course) installment in the Milkweed Trilogy by Tregellis.In the previous book, our rather sad characters were stuck in their very depressing, very cold-war alternate-timeline future, and we discovered what the name the Eidolons gave Marsh meant, so he goes back in time to...
Nepieciešamais ļaunums (2013)
4.05 of 5 Votes: 3
I'll say right off that my ratings are a bit off-kilter for this whole series. Looking back, I can't remember why I only gave four stars to the first one. That's what I wanted to give the conclusion, though it maybe wasn't quite as good as the others (but only by a smidge, and only because I thou...
Visaukstākais karš (2014)
4.14 of 5 Votes: 2
When a colleague introduced me to the series, he said that the second book was what really sold it to him and he couldn't wait to read the third one. After reading the first book in the series, I was skeptical about that statement. Surely, Mr. Tregillis couldn't make the story more interesting. A...
La guerra más fría (2013)
4.14 of 5 Votes: 3
I read the first book when it came out, and really enjoyed it, but due to various factors, it took until now to get to the second novel of the trilogy. But that's alright. Book two has a twenty year jump from the first book (although I better read book three faster).At the end of the first book, ...
Semillas amargas (2013)
3.74 of 5 Votes: 2
This book .. took a long time for me to get into. It might be the use of German (I like foreign language in a book, though it does sometimes hinder reading it, as one tends simply to skip the non-recognisable words), or it might be the style, but the premise is top notch: German scientists have c...