Free eBook Nemesis (Angel) download

by Denise Ciencin,Scott Ciencin

Free eBook Nemesis (Angel) download ISBN: 0689867026
Author: Denise Ciencin,Scott Ciencin
Publisher: Simon Spotlight Entertainment; 1 edition (February 10, 2004)
Language: English
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Size MP3: 1223 mb
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Rating: 4.5
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Ships from and sold by LovesToRead. While Angel and Gunn are trying to find "Nemesis" Gunn indulges in some very out-of-character complaining about his relationship with Angel and pens a ridiculous comic book parody of Angel. A convenient, if ridiculous, plot device. While Gunn's characterization is completely off the wall, most of the other characters are drawn very accurately, as one would expect from two writers so experienced with Angel and Buffy. Overall, its a solid and engaging book, but the plot was a bit convoluted.

Nemesis is a book, written by Scott and Denise Ciencin, based on the television show Angel (starring David Boreanaz). In this book, Angel and the gang are faced with a single embodiment of evil greater and more destructive than they have ever seen before

Nemesis is a book, written by Scott and Denise Ciencin, based on the television show Angel (starring David Boreanaz). In this book, Angel and the gang are faced with a single embodiment of evil greater and more destructive than they have ever seen before. The whole book walks the reader through the hunt for this shadowy figure, named Nemesis. All the while, Angel and his colleagues must work around a number of personal issues to come together to fight for good.

Scott Ciencin is the author of more than forty novels and numerous comic books for both adults and teens. SWEET SIXTEEN is his first Buffy novel.

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Malcolm Scott Ciencin (September 1, 1962 – August 5, 2014) was an American author of adult and children's fiction. He co-authored several books with his wife Denise Ciencin. Malcolm Scott Ciencin was born in 1962. He was a New York Times bestselling author who wrote adult and children's fiction and works in a variety of mediums including comic books. Among his works are novels written for the Dungeons & Dragons role playing game campaign settings.

Scott Ciencin - Infobox Science Fiction Writer name Scott Ciencin caption Scott Ciencin (2008) occupation . Denise Ciencin - is an American author. She sometimes writes with Scott Ciencin.

Scott Ciencin - Infobox Science Fiction Writer name Scott Ciencin caption Scott Ciencin (2008) occupation Novelist genre Children s, Fantasy, Horror debut work Shadowdale Scott Ciencin is an American author. He sometimes writes with Denise Ciencin. Close to the Ground -.

Scott and Denise Ciencin. Angel books such as this one are not usually considered by fans as canonical. Some fans consider them stories from the imaginations of authors and artists, while other fans consider them as taking place in an alternative fictional reality. However unlike fan fiction, overviews summarising their story, written early in the writing process, were 'approved' by both Fox and Joss Whedon (or his office), and the books were therefore later published as officially Buffy/Angel merchandise. Characters include: Angel, Cordelia, Wesley, Gunn, Fred, and Lorne.

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Even if it takes an eternity, he will make amends.Weakest linkWhen an old friend from graduate school contacts Fred for help with her job at a top scientific facility, Fred feels a mixture of dread about renewing ties to her past and wistfulness for the quiet life she might have led entrenched in her research. But the night they are supposed to meet, her friend is gunned down, the seemingly innocent victim of a mob hit gone wrong. Fred is inconsolable. Although Angel and the others want to help, they have been called upon to solve a rash of murders among a group of wizards. These wizards are the only ones preventing an apocalyptic breach of the walls separating our reality from other, more-deadly worlds. Fred decides to leave the investigation and take her friend's place as a researcher in order to uncover the truth behind her murder. But when the worlds of scientific research and the supernatural collide, Fred may be the only one who can solve the case and stop the coming apocalypse.
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Mustard Forgotten
This story, set after Fred discovered that her favorite professor was really the reason for her trip to Pylea, investigates some of the darker possibilities unleashed by those events. A dear friend working at a local think tank contacts Fred but the reunion is interrupted by what appears to be a gangland slaying. Fred, displaying unexpected fortitude, determines to seek out the cause behind the crime, even if Angel and Gunn won't help her.
The reason Fred is on her own is that Angel has been hired to look into the murders of a clatch of wizards who have gathered outside of Los Angeles to heal a breach in the spells that protect reality from the powers that shouldn't be. Gunn, as the only available assistant accompanies Angel to the Wizard's castle, and soon everyone is up to their ears in dimension hopping badness. Even Wesley and Connor get involved.
Because there are multiple subplots leading up to the conclusion the story displays surprising complexity for an Angel novel. Intrigue and betrayal play a part in segment, and nothing is quite what it seems as the story shifts from scientific magic to magical science. One thing is sure, if Angel and Gunn can't help the mages complete their spells reality is doomed.
This is the second novel that Fred plays a significant part in, and I honestly think that she gets better treatment from the authors than she does from the screenwriters. Her determination to resolve the crisis is palpable, and it quietly becomes apparent that she is much more than a highly intelligent but fragile person. The Ciencin's Fred has grown from her experiences and she is learning to be an independent person.
What keeps me from handing out 5 starts to this book is that the scenes with the mages are a bit contrived and overplayed. This is often the case when mages have enough power to work miracles, but can't manage to defend themselves. It doesn't make sense, so the authors have to create little illogics to keep the plot from imploding. I think that if the wizards had been a bit less wizardly they would have been more believable.
Even with that exception, this is a solid addition to the Angel series, certainly not something you will regret reading. the interplay of the regular characters is well captured, and there are even a few unique ideas to keep the brew boiling.
Doath
Nemesis was a fine read, but ultimately I found it disappointing.
Nemesis starts with two parallel stories the ultimately converge Fred has been contacted by an old friend from Grad school. When they plan to meet her friend is gunned down in the middle of a restaurant. Meanwhile a supernatural entity takes out an entire club full of bad guys.
Angel and Gunn set out for the "Nemesis" that killed a club full of baddies and end up tangled up with a bunch of sorcers in a sort of anti-Hogwarts where powerful mages hold each others children hostage. But, hey, they do educate them in the process.
While Angel and Gunn are trying to find "Nemesis" Gunn indulges in some very out-of-character complaining about his relationship with Angel and pens a ridiculous comic book parody of Angel. A convenient, if ridiculous, plot device.
While Gunn's characterization is completely off the wall, most of the other characters are drawn very accurately, as one would expect from two writers so experienced with Angel and Buffy.
Overall, its a solid and engaging book, but the plot was a bit convoluted. At times I found myself looking back as I tried to figure out if I'd missed something.
If you're a fan who wants to read everything or even most things in the Angel cannon, read this book. You'll still enjoy it. If you're looking for ONE Angel book to read, pick another one.
*Nameless*
another novel in the Buffy-verse by the husband and wife team, this one nearly as unwieldy and wrong as Mortal Fear. Again we get unnecessary comics references, this time with Gunn uncharacteristically penning one in response to stereotyping. The plotting of the novel itself also runs more like a comics script than a novel, with far too much attention to physical detail and motion rather than essential plot elements. They could also have used a thesaurus, or just cut down on the use of "suddenly".. To be fair, this is the only novel I've come across that gives significant attention to Fred, and for that it deserves applause. At the same time, nearly all of the characters come across as characatures; the writers obviously know the show and details about the timeline and cast interaction, but manage to completely miss the essence of each. The story also rapidly gets divorced from its "end of season 4 setting" - aside from Wesley's estrangement, there's little that couldn't happen at any other time, and it seems odd for the crew to ignore everything else.
I'll admit I'm being a bit harsh, but only because there is so much untapped potential in the book - the plot's intricate and appropriately tricky, and the characters seem like old friends, but everything is just off enough to prevent true greatness. As such, it remains an above average episode novel, but fails to achieve the tight writing of the television show.
Zuser
An inter-generational conflict between a group of powerful mages, Lilah Morgan, and a dodgy cop of the mystical variety cause a few problems.

Angel pretends to be a Mage, Gunn writes an Angel send up comic, Connor and Wesley fight a few demons.

Fred ends up working on a Quantum Cosmic Engine after a babe geek friend of hers is killed.

This all ties together, sort of. Not very well, though.
Mildorah
so much potental so poorly written. the writers obviously made a few character flaws and well, they left out quite a bit. it was very confusing but hard to read? idk mixed good and bad hence the three . not one of the best. if your looking for a good angel/ buffy book. read moster island. way more worth the timE!!!!
deadly claw
very pleased !
Rrinel
Nice book. Fun read.