[Epub] V By Kenneth C. Johnson – Bassgrotto.co.uk


  • Hardcover
  • 448 pages
  • V
  • Kenneth C. Johnson
  • English
  • 08 April 2017
  • 0765319071

10 thoughts on “V

  1. says:

    Cool to read but with its deficiencies THAT PHENOMENON KNOWN AS V I was really excited when I knew about this book back then, in 2008.I was and still am a huge fan of the original TV miniseries and following TV series of V I have on DVD, the 2 parts of the TV miniseries and the brief following TV series.When the TV miniseries and the following TV series were aired in my country, Costa Rica, it was something huge There are people who may not remember well the story but all of them remembe Cool to read but with its deficiencies THAT PHENOMENON KNOWN AS V I was really excited when I knew about this book bac...


  2. says:

    Entertaining story, but a lot of things from the first book were never mentioned If I had never read the first one written by A.C Crispin this story would have still kept me captivated The only real problem I had was with Johnson s writing A lot of times he used words that were too big for the context When I have to stop and say, why would you use a 50 cent word when a nickel word would have been better to the flow of the text Despite that, I really did enjoy this book, but wish he had Entertaining story, but a lot of things from the first book were never mentioned If I had never read the first one written by A.C Crispin this story would have still kept me captivated The only real problem I had was with Johnson s writing A lot of times he used words that were too big for the context When I have to stop and sa...


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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I felt like Rip Van Winkle waking up from his twenty year nap when I read Kenneth Johnson s sequel to his original V The world around me had changed dramatically, and I had become reunited with some familiar faces, but nobody bothered to explain to me what had happened in the intervening years I remember when the Ann Crispin s novelization of V came out I felt disappointed by it and still do I felt she spent too much time on details to the original miniseries that weren t very relevant I felt like Rip Van Winkle waking up from his twenty year nap when I read Kenneth Johnson s sequel to his original V The world around me had changed dramatically, and I had become reunited with some familiar faces, but nobody bothered to explain to me what had happened in the intervening years I remember when the Ann Crispin s novelization of V came out I felt disappointed by it and still do I felt she spent too much time on details to the original miniseries that weren t very relevant, and the parts that were key she merely glossed over I remember thinking, Boy, I bet if Kenneth Johnson were to write the novelization it would be a heck of a lot better And he has Unfortunately, it isn t If you re a fan of this franchise, you may be upset Mr Johnson chose to write a sequel to V and completely ignore The Final Battle and The Series Frankly, I agree with his decision You see, Mr Johnson is god...


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    As a huge, I mean freaking HUGE, fan of the V miniseries from the 1980s, I can t tell you how awesome it was when I found this little gem for sale at the local library Written by the creator of the miniseries, Kenneth Johnson, V The Second Generation picks up twenty years after the original novel based on the miniseries.One of the first things that caught my attention and sent me to Wikipedia is the timeline While I read the first book that matched the original two part miniseries, I forgot a As a huge, I mean freaking HUGE, fan of the V miniseries from the 1980s, I can t tell you how awesome it was when I found this little gem for sale at the local library Written by the creator of the miniseries, Kenneth Johnson, V The Second Generation picks up twenty years after the original novel based on the miniseries.One of the first things that caught my attention and sent me to Wikipedia is the timel...


  5. says:

    V The Second GenerationHardcover 448 pagesPublisher Tor Books First Edition edition February 5, 2008 As A kid there was only one show that came close to Star Wars in my love That show was V I had every hour of both mini series and even the horrible weekly show all on Beta max I had a V pulse rifle that I could take apart, a visitor punching bag I even had a mothership technical manual that I sent away for after I saw a classified ad in the back of Starlog I was a V Geek.Sure I loved th V The Second GenerationHardcover 448 pagesPublisher Tor Books First Edition edition February 5, 2008 As ...


  6. says:

    If you, too, can recall that sublime television moment in the spring of 1983, when Diana, archetypal alien commandant of V, unhooked her jaw and shoved a live furry rodent down her throat then, no doubt, you will understand the necessity of consuming this book If not, there s no point in watching it now, a quarter century after the fact It will require a massive suspension of disbelief, most powerfully in the areas of special effects and science But to those who were, like me, much too young If you, too, can recall that sublime television moment in the spring of 1983, when Diana, archetypal ali...


  7. says:

    I loved V as a child We had VHS copies of V the Final Battle and the TV series that my brothers and I watched dozens of times The problem is that The Second Generations ignores those series Only the original miniseries is canon Also, I hate retcons This book takes only eight characters from the show Threeare mentioned The rest are new people, but they really serve as stand ins for the characters I wanted to read about Street C is Elias Shawn is Stephen What happened to John, Josh I loved V as a child We had VHS copies of V the Final Battle and the TV series tha...


  8. says:

    V was an amazing science fiction television miniseries in the 80 s, about aliens who come to Earth, simply calling themselves the Visitors They looked a lot like us, and they promised new technologies It s soon discovered they have a malevolent agenda To protect themselves against discovery, the Visitors install a fascist police state around the globe, take over the media, and round up Earth scientists and put them into concentration camps It was also a fascinating twist on the Holocaust V was an amazing science fiction television miniseries in the 80 s, about aliens who come to Earth, simply calling themselves the Visitors They looked a lot like us, and they promised new technologies It s soon disco...


  9. says:

    When I was a kid, I loved the two V miniseries and the subsequent television series Actually, I was obsessed with them I ended up reading every single book in the series and the comic books So when I heard there was a new book, I was incredibly excited The new book was fun to read, but it took me awhile to get over the many changes the book had taken with V history Kenneth Johnson completely ignores any events that happened in both V The Final Battle an...


  10. says:

    As a fan of the V series since the first miniseries aired on NBC in 1983, I was really excited when I saw this book on the shelf V has always been one of my, if not my absolute favorite sci fi series of all time V The Second Generation picks up where the first miniseries left off, completely omitting The Final Battle, and the television series For the last 20 years, The visitors have pretty much taken control of the planet, and have all but wiped out the planets oceans They are able to use As a fan of the V series since the first miniseries aired on NBC in 1983, I was really excited when I saw this book on the shelf V has always been one of my, if not my absolute favorite sci fi series of all time V The Second Generation picks up where the first miniseries left off, completely omitting The Final Battle, and the television series For the last 20 years, The visitors have pretty much taken control of the planet, and have all but wiped out the planets oceans They are able to use political, and media means to spread their lies, and propaganda And if you question them, you simply disappear Many of the humans have even sided with the visitors as Teammates Replacing the Visitor Youth program from the miniseries , kids in classrooms are taught The Visitor Way , and any retaliation is dealt with swiftly The resistance has been branded as criminals and try to continue, the fight, but they won t have to do it alone 20 years later t...


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V Millions Thrilled To Kenneth Johnson S Hugely Popular Mini Series V, An Action Filled Drama Of Alien Invasion, A TV Event That Was Also A Number One Bestselling Novel Now, In A New Novel Based On The Sequel Miniseries Currently Being Developed For TV, The Tension Between The Visitors And Earth S Human Inhabitants Has Reached A Boiling Point.The Reptilian Visitors, Who Cleverly Portray Themselves As Earth S Protectors, Are Anything But Our Oceans Are Being Drained In Order To Fuel The Aliens Motherships, And Our Scientists Are Treated Like Wanted Criminals And They Have Pods Of Preserved Humans Destined For Even Sinister Purposes.But Hope Is Not Lost A Small, Yet Resourceful Resistance Risks Everything To Undermine The Visitors Stranglehold On Earth S People Despite Their Heroic Efforts, Without Help They Will Be Crushed By The Visitors And Their Human Militia Just When Earth S Doom Seems Inevitable, Agents Of An Alien Civilization From Another Planet Arrive In Answer To Humanity S Desperate Call For Help But Can These Other Aliens Be Trusted Or Might We Defeat One Alien Overlord, Only To Be Delivered Into The Hands Of Another, Equally As Oppressive Time Is Running Out For The Resistance, For When The Visitors Leader Arrives, The Aliens Will Complete Their Mission On Earth, With Devastating Consequences For All Life On The Planet.


About the Author: Kenneth C. Johnson

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