The Diamond Deep

The Diamond Deep What if a woman as strong and as complex as Eva Per n began her life as a robot repair assistant threatened by a powerful peacekeeping force that wants to take all she has from her The discovery ship

  • Title: The Diamond Deep
  • Author: Brenda Cooper
  • ISBN: 9781616148553
  • Page: 384
  • Format: Paperback
  • What if a woman as strong and as complex as Eva Per n began her life as a robot repair assistant threatened by a powerful peacekeeping force that wants to take all she has from her The discovery ship, Creative Fire, is on its way home from a multi generational journey But home is nothing like the crew expected They have been gone for generations, and the system they retuWhat if a woman as strong and as complex as Eva Per n began her life as a robot repair assistant threatened by a powerful peacekeeping force that wants to take all she has from her The discovery ship, Creative Fire, is on its way home from a multi generational journey But home is nothing like the crew expected They have been gone for generations, and the system they return to is home to technologies and riches beyond their wildest dreams But they are immediately oppressed and relegated to the lowest status imaginable, barely able to interact with the technologies and people of the star station where they dock, the Diamond Deep Ruby Martin and her partner, Joel North, must find a way to learn what they need to know and to become than they have ever been if they are to find a way to save their people.

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    1. 10/12 - Intending to skim-read this because, while I thought The Creative Fire was a disappointment I need to see how the duology ends. Will try to limit posts regarding grammar or editing issues. I'm expecting them to be there, just like they were in the first book, but will try my best to ignore them in order to get through the book faster and make the review easier to write. To be continued13/12 - Well, I'm surprised! I actually liked this nearly as much as Edge of Dark, probably a 3.5 to its [...]

    2. 4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum bibliosanctum/201The Diamond Deep was a very pleasant surprise, one of those books that I have a feeling should deserve a lot more attention than it gets. Nevertheless, I'll admit I knew very little about the book when it first came into my possession, and for that reason, I almost relegated it to the "save-for-later" pile. Boy, am I so very glad I didn't.It was reading the first page containing the Author's Note that first transformed my mild curiosity into awe [...]

    3. I accidentally read this second book in the series first! So it explains why I was a little confused about what was going on at first, but I figured you were just being thrown into the environment. It's actually impressive that I was able to follow the story without reading the first book. And I loved it! As soon as I finished, I looked up the author to see what else she's written. That's when I discovered the first book! So I immediately devoured that book and now I'm reading this one again. It [...]

    4. As with the previous book in this series, my disclaimer - I know the author personally and in fact do some research and assistant work for her. I happened to win these books in a raffle before starting work with her, and all opinions written here are my own. :)This novel opens up soon after the first book left off, as the Creative Fire starts to approach the star system of its genesis, where the generational ship will finally return home. Ruby and her partner Joel must manage the crew of the Fir [...]

    5. This and more reviews, interviews etc on Dark Matter Zine, an online magazine. darkmatterzine. This review was written by Rebecca Muir for Dark Matter Zine.The Diamond Deep is the finale to the two part story begun in The Creative Fire. The old and failing spaceship, Creative Fire, arrives back in its home system and docks at the space station Diamond Deep.Ruby Martin and Joel North had fought for a united crew to arrive back home, one where every member is recognised. However, life back home is [...]

    6. Brenda Cooper, borrowing a smidgen from Evita Peron’s life continues the tale of Ruby’s Song. The Creative Fire (paper) was a generation ship that explored several stars and now is going home. Ruby led a revolution that destroyed the caste system. Now they enter their very changed home system, survive an attack by pirates and dock at the largest station orbiting the mostly abandoned home planet. The Diamond Deep (trade from Pyr) operates under harsh libertarian rules that offer a short life [...]

    7. Multi-generation ship finally comes back to the place it started, its mission mostly forgotten, its destination greatly changed. I'm not sure I've ever read anything with quite this conceit. And inspired by the life of Eva Peron and the musical Evita - which kind of means you read the whole book expecting a particular ending for the lead character Ruby.Definitely not a YA, unlike the first book. This one goes into the nature of what one instance of life with an untrustable and unfair government [...]

    8. compared to the last book this didn't pack the same emotional punch for me. The treatment of a ultra capitalist society felt a bit too on the nose for me. however I did very much enjoy the book and I liked the addicts dealing with the complexity of navigating a society that you do not fully understand

    9. Pretty good, but not great story of a generation shop returning home after many generations and trying to adjust to a new life.The sorry wasn't particularly believable, but the insights into human nature were good. 3.5 stars.

    10. An unoriginal and superficial plot is almost saved by an emotional heart. It's a real shame that the potential for an interesting sociopolitical novel should be thrown away with such poor world-buulding.opionator.wordpress/2013/1

    11. My review of book one says can't wait for book two, yet in the two year wait I forgot book one. Bits and pieces came back from reading reviews and a few more from hints in this story. Try not to read between the lines looking for politics or irony enjoy the story a SINGER for CHANGE.

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