Lucifer: Genesis

Lucifer: Genesis

Paul Darrow / Mar 29, 2020

Lucifer Genesis Powerful intelligent ruthless Servalan as a child learning early about power and how to get it Avon as a young man finding ways to beat the system Two sides of a coin two lives on a collision cou

  • Title: Lucifer: Genesis
  • Author: Paul Darrow
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 238
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Powerful, intelligent, ruthless Servalan as a child, learning early about power and how to get it Avon as a young man, finding ways to beat the system Two sides of a coin, two lives on a collision course The events on the Liberator are only a part of their story Now it s time to find out how it started and how it ends Lucifer Genesis is a compelling and viPowerful, intelligent, ruthless Servalan as a child, learning early about power and how to get it Avon as a young man, finding ways to beat the system Two sides of a coin, two lives on a collision course The events on the Liberator are only a part of their story Now it s time to find out how it started and how it ends Lucifer Genesis is a compelling and vivid reimagining of Avon s life, starting long before the events of the TV series, following his journey from the Liberator to the Scorpio, and leading us into the bleak future of the post Federation world Genesis is the third book in Paul Darrow s Lucifer trilogy.

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    950 Comments

    1. I was rather intrigued by the childhoods of Avon and Servalan. Evidently they end so evil because of mothers searching for vengeance. However, the novel lacks those details that create a bond with the characters, and there are some rather large plot jumps.


    2. Very disappointed with this. First it is no more than a collection of memories linked together across the B7 timeline. There is no plot as such. Also, I found Paul's lack of research into somethings distracting to the point of wanting to stop! Don't get me wrong, Paul knows Avon very well, and every thing Avon said or did, I could hear and see it perfectly; BUT, Paul clearly knows nothing about firearms. He uses the phrase 'Lock and Load' as if it is some procedure you need to do in order to pre [...]


    3. Most of this book is actually very good. Paul Darrow does very well at writing all the political intrigues that happen before and during the events of the series. It starts to bog down in the last thirty or so pages, that pick up from the end of the previous Lucifer book. It does have a more believable ending; and just as depressing as the end of the show itself has.


    4. The finale of the post GP Darrow trilogy. On the plus side its better written than the previous books. On the downside he's still writing a Western and is peeing all over continuity from a great height.


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