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ISBN:0312871198
ISBN13: 978-0312871192
Title: Blue Limbo
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Language: English
Publisher: Tor Books; 1st edition

Blue Limbo



Book 7, The Doctor Orient Novels. View More by This Author. This book can be downloaded and read in Apple Books on your Mac or iOS device. A nuclear sub trapped in the Bermuda Triangle.

A nuclear sub trapped in the Bermuda Triangle. A sensual widow’s lover, stalked by her zombie husband. A cadre of undead assassins-in a devastating plot to dominate the world. A beautiful voodoo priestess with the power of sexual healing. This is Blue Limbo, a Doctor Orient Occult Novel. Telepathy, technology, and supernatural evil intertwine in this high-energy thriller.

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1st ed. by Terence M. Green. Published 1997 by Tor in New York. Fiction, Police, Revenge, Protected DAISY, In library. A Tom Doherty Associates book.

Blue Limbo is the ninth solo album by Susumu Hirasawa. The dystopian themes of the album were influenced by the Iraq War and the remaining traces of the Cambodian Civil War. One day before its release, "High-Minded Castle" and a new re-recording of "Love Song" from Aurora were given away for free to be used as a way to protest against the American response to the September 11 attacks and the compliance of the Japanese government to those actions. All tracks written by Susumu Hirasawa.

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Электронная книга "Blue Limbo", Frank Lauria. Эту книгу можно прочитать в Google Play Книгах на компьютере, а также на устройствах Android и iOS. Выделяйте текст, добавляйте закладки и делайте заметки, скачав книгу "Blue Limbo" для чтения в офлайн-режиме. Doctor Owen Orient attempts to locate a crippled nuclear sub somewhere in the Caribbean-and becomes drawn into a soul-chilling battle with Voodoo Lord, whose power ripples from Jamaica to the Pentagon.

Reviews: 4
Goltizuru
Hard-boiled crime drama in the 21st century. I was pleasantly surprised how well it drew me in, since I generally prefer far future SF. Green starts the action from the get go, and his crisp straight-forward writing made my eyes hungrily consume the pages. He also managed to give the story a strong character focus, instead of relying on non-stop action. While the SF element of the book spotlights the effects on society of the introduction of the first sort-of successful revival of the dead from cryonic suspention, the heart & soul of the drama shows the troubles in life for those that are the "thin blue line", showing that tomorrow's tomorrow may not be so different than today. Technology grows and changes, but people are people.
Hunaya
for a very short book, blue limbo is packed with emotion and adventure. terence green is a writer to watch. the characters are very real, i could feel the pain in mitch helwig when he split up with his ex-wife. i would highly recommend this book to fans of science fiction and people who dont read sci-fi books. i hope the paperback edition does well for mr. green. jim sbicca
Wild Python
Well, I would not give it a 4, but hey. I am not much for sci-fi, but I am an opened minded person. The book was not that hard to belive, though I wonder if Green got money for using all those plugs for the products in the book. It was O.k. just dont expect to much from it.It will pa...ss the time
Elastic Skunk
Terence M. Green's new book, Blue Limbo, is an engaging read. Set in the not too distant future of Toronto, it is an entirely believable story of good guys versus bad guys, and in our day and age, sadly, this is often between good cops and bad cops.
The hero, Mitch, is a tenacious and hard working and loyal policeman in Toronto. He is perplexed by the perversity he encounters in his life, but is not halted or diverted by it. In the end he gives much more than most of us would be willing to give to see justice done, but I never doubted that this character was being truly portrayed.
While the gadgets and technology used in this future were interesting and seemed plausible, I was much more involved in the characters and the city of Toronto. Mitch's relationships with family and co-workers is involving. He is not a one dimensional super cop and his personal griefs and obstacles are sensitively depicted.
I will now be looking for Mr. Green's previously published book,Shadow of Ashland, and any new publications in the future.