Hell's Gate

Hell's Gate

Book - 2006
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The Union of Arcana has expanded through the 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 anotherall of them Earth, and in the process, the Union has become the most powerful, most wealthy civilization in all of human history. But all of that is about to come to a screeching halt, for the Unions scouts have just discovered a new portal, and on its far side lies a shattering revelation. Arcana is not alone, after all. There is another human society, Sharona, which has also been exploring the Multiverse, and the first contact between them did not go well. Arcana is horrified by the alien weapons of its sudden opponents, weapons its sorcerers cannot explain or duplicate. Weapons based upon something called . . . science. But Sharona is equally horrified by Arcanas magical weapons. Neither side expected the confrontation. Both sides think the other fired first, and no one on either side understands the technology of the other. But as the initial disastrous contact snowballs into all-out warfare, both sides can agree on one thing. The portal which brought them together is Hells Gate itself
Publisher: Riverdale, NY : Baen ; New York : Distributed by Simon & Schuster, c2006.
ISBN: 9781416509394
1416509399
Characteristics: 801 p. ;,25 cm.
Additional Contributors: Evans, Linda

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Lou2005
Apr 02, 2017

The worst thing i have to say about this book is that I had to re-read it ten years later to be able to appreciate the sequel.
Oh, wait, and how long will it be before the third installment comes out. nothing planned right now.
If i was you I would read all three once all three are out.

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