Three exciting excursions into foreign worlds that can only be described as completely successful!
You always know what to expect from Markus Heitz. Over the years he has been one of the staples of fantasy literature . . . he can be enjoyed by both casual readers as well as by hard-core readers
Just as talented musicians can create a myriad symphonies with only 12 musical notes, Heitz demonstrates how talented writers are able to create greatly enjoyable stories based only a few basic, well known concepts
A great example of action-oriented and unfussy quest literature. Highly recommended.
Twilight explores the idea of what happens if you leap from dimension to dimension. Imagine the finalé to Monsters Inc but in this case the monsters want to eat your face off rather than just scare you. The movement from one place to another allows for a series of entertaining little novelettes. Heitz can create an interesting and believable future and also manages to create some stalking horror elsewhere within the same story. The books can be read in any order as they are all different in style If you have the previous books fresh in your mind you will see so many more of the tendrils link one to another
Heitz likes to play with alternative realities . . . [he] can throw his characters into an old-school slobberknocker of a fight. The X-Files-like mystery is explored in all three novels, from slightly different perspectives
There are a lot of interesting ideas throughout the DOORS experiment. They are action thrillers . . . [they] reminded me of the type of crazed abandonment that someone like Matthew Riley brings to the novels. You should enjoy the ride . . .with its gung-ho action and ephemeral characters, Colony is a book aimed more at the action science-fiction fans who just want a quick and enjoyable read