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  • Title: Drakonas niekada nemiega
  • Author: Glen Cook Nomeda Berkuvienė
  • ISBN: 9986971144
  • Page: 300
  • Format: Paperback
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  • Glen Cook Nomeda Berkuvienė

    Glen Cook was born in New York City, lived in southern Indiana as a small child, then grew up in Northern California After high school he served in the U.S Navy and attended the University of Missouri He worked for General Motors for 33 years, retiring some years ago He started writing short stories in 7th grade, had several published in a high school literary magazine He began writing with malicious intent to publish in 1968, eventually producing 51 books and a number of short fiction pieces He met his wife of 43 years while attending the Clarion Writer s Workshop in 1970 He has three sons army officer, architect, orchestral musician and numerous grandchildren, all of whom but one are female He is best known for his Black Company series, which has appeared in 20 languages worldwide His other series include Dread Empire and and the Garrett, P.I series His latest work is Working God s Mischief, fourth in the Instrumentalities of the Night series uscmillan author glencook



398 thoughts on “Drakonas niekada nemiega

  • This is a buddy read with my fellow die hard Glen Cook fans Choko, Eilonwy, and Sarah Of all the books I read this one most probably has the highest number of subplots per page It feels tightly packed with them like this For this reason it is very hard to see the overall picture and even harder to give a plot outline Actually when I mentioned outlining the plot in the review to my buddy readers they sincerely wished my good luck and all the moral support they could provide right, guys With such [...]


  • We Love Glen Cook so Much We d even Read Historical Romance if He Wrote it Haha Just Kidding then Again Maybe not Buddy Read WLGCsMWeRHRihWiHJKtAMnBR with my fellow GC worshippers Choko, Evgeny and Eilonwy I was going to go for a 4.5 star rating, but then thought What the Shrimp This is the most beautifully confusing book I ve ever read Let s be bold Let s be audacious Let s go for 5 shrimping stars And here we are Friendly warning this is one of the crappiest reviews I have ever written in the [...]


  • 4 A buddy read with the Glen Cook Cult at BBB We are on a path to reading everything he has ever written Wow What a book You know when people say I have no idea what I read, but I loved it I had never understood the saying, until this book Not that my ignorance as to what I was reading lasted too long by about 50% I was pretty sure I was in the vicinity of where the author wanted to take us It had been a really, really long time since a book slapped me over the head and ordered me to THINK And I [...]


  • Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths Reviews When I read the blurb on this book, I got excited Like all my friends know,I love Glen Cook man does not do much wrong in my opinion Some even call me a Glen Cook groupie I wouldn t take it that far, but I enjoy his novels Can t lie about it So as I visualized Glen Cook writing a space opera with ancient, sentient warships, fanatical crews of deathless soldiers, a vast interstellar empire with conspiracies galore, and a universe spanning Web for travel, [...]



  • After finishing The Black Company series by the same author I got myself into a huge book hangover Nothing was working, so decided to try another book by Glen Cook Some even regard this as his masterpiece.The learning curve is steep and challenging Glen Cook does this in the first volume of the Black Company too He throws you into the middle of things and you have to sort out what is happening No one and nothing holds your hand I heard similar things of Malazan in which Glen Cook helped inspire. [...]


  • Really good futuristic hard space opera Star Wars Trilogy meets Run Silent Run Deep with a dash of Enemy Mine Huge cast of complex occasionally opaque characters, some of whom are clones of themselves Expansive setting on a galactic arm scale Technologies and speciation which boogle the mind All encased in excellent prose.Make no mistake this is not light reading, but it is fully engaging A well developed story of love and war in the distant future All the amazing because it was first published [...]


  • Good stuff Very Space Opera WH40K ish feel Interesting concepts and cool characters Would love to see in this universe


  • Glen Cook is one of my favorite fantasy authors but I had a hard time getting into this science fiction work Cook has a unique style, and when he applied it to a futuristic tale here it took me quite a long time to get the feel for it By that time I had lost a lot of interest in the overall story I kept reading, though, because the characters are fascinating and the setting is indeed visionary So, some very good qualities but not a great story line At least to me.


  • Cook s sci fi masterpiece A single stand alone book creates a vivid setting, at least three sets of characters whose paths cross as uneasy allies and as adversaries , and war across the stars Cook manages to write plenty of unsavory characters, but you ll root for most of them before this story ends Dizzying.


  • I am in a huge book slump and it continues with this one This book was really confusing and difficult to get into about 150 200 pages in you ll start to have an idea of what is going on There are tons of characters, but none that you ll actually care about The story was OK, but it just felt really long I couldn t wait for the book to be done with.


  • May 2013 bookgroup selection This was a difficult plot to get into An overly complex ship naming convention, a political hierarchy that was not immediately clear, planetary systems with long names that began with letters and ended with numbers, cities that I couldn t figure out if they were cities or planets, a cast of characters scattered across a substantial universe, and that same cast of characters who had cloned themselves so than one copy is running about Toss in artifacts , lost races, a [...]


  • Read my profile info in order to understand what sort of reader I am and decide for yourself if this review has value for you I really enjoyed this book I find the characters interesting and the interaction between them really engaging There are a lot of moving parts but I never got lost, and there isn t a clear good bad character divide.everyone has something they want and they plot and scheme to achieve their goals Its a lot of fun Think of this book as space opera, almost Dune likebut without [...]


  • I ve read most of Cook s work, and enjoyed them all, but i really had to force myself to finish this This one is confusing and vague on so many levels It s like he expects you to know and recognize this world without any kind of explanations about it s people and workings.


  • This is, I think, my favorite sci fi novel It reminds me of both Dune and Star Trek, a galaxy of largely independent noble houses, patrolled by invincible starships with immortal crews.


  • a classic.hypercondensed space opera that could only have been written by Cook gets a bit choppy towards the end, but no less brilliant for it nothing is like this.



  • 3 and a half , what a glorious confusing time to be had reading this book Read this if you don t mind being confused for half the time and love intrigue



  • First book I ve ever read of Glen Cook I had to reread the first chapter a couple of time to get the gist of the opening but once that was accomplished the story pulled me along a great space opera story.


  • Let me start by saying that my 1 star rating is NOT an indictment of Glen s writing skill or the quality of the book This is TOTALLY because I personally didn t enjoy the story I honestly hate giving a low score to a book that isn t bad in its own right but instead just didn t interest me It s the limitation of the grading system 1 star means I didnt like it and that s all I m saying.I ve read a lot of Glen Cook s fiction I was manic about the Black Company and enjoyed The Dread Empire and some [...]


  • I came across Glen Cook s works by pure chance After reading some Black Company novels I went after his SF titles return Story is about conflict taking place in a very distant future where Canon space known space is controlled by infamous Guardships Guardships are sort of a living ships they are powered by ever evolving AI that keeps record of all past battles which makes them very very difficult to destroy and are commanded by human immortal crew They rule with the iron fist and usually follow [...]


  • He lies ever upon his hoard, his heart jealous and mean Never believe he has nodded because his eyes have closed The dragon never sleeps Kex Maefele, speaking to the dire RadiantSo opens Glen Cook s tale of a self perpetuating human military society The Guardships have solved the problem of succeeding generations losing the idealism of a founding generation memories are periodically recorded and impressed on a new clone when the original dies When an individual of sufficient merit retires dies, [...]


  • Bit puzzled about this one Got it from a recommendation on the RPGnet forum from somebody, dont remember who, that liked it very much.Me I m unsure Lets forget for a moment that the book is dated written in the 80s, you have several instances on the plot of and then he gave her a tape PBut I dont know Stylistically I find it very flawed It is a complex space opera setting with complots inside intrigue inside doublecrosses an enormous cast, a complex situation in setting All that is described wit [...]


  • In which Glen Cook gives us his version of the Dune series We have noble houses fighting for position in a static empire We have outsiders beyond the borders who want to shake up known space We have invincible armies that keep the status quo going We have mysterious aliens in jars We have clones Clones galore, actually Pretty much everything other than sand worms and the Bene Gesserit.Add to this Cook s usual style of spare writing that skips a lot and demands much from the reader to keep up wit [...]


  • A fine piece of sprawling space opera by Mr Cook Sharp character development, deviously plotted politics, classic gunfights between unspeakably large space armadas, and sturdy, overarching thoughts regarding the history of seemingly invincible empires and the complex revolutions that seek to overthrow them as seen through the lens of an unfathomably immense space time context The struggle between the righteous species warrior Turtle, the underhanded, self assured Lupo Provik, and duty driven War [...]


  • Ancient warships, sentient and still manned by the fanatics that first crewed them, guard the vast interstellar empire of Canon Space without the consent of it s population Any threat ANY threat to the empire is dealt with by obliteration via beam cannons or freeze dried infantry battalions All things considered, it s pretty obvious why some of Canon s inhabitants might want to make a deal with the devil and try to upset the system by dragging in barbaric Outsiders from beyond the empire to smas [...]


  • The Dragon Never Sleeps interweaves stories from about half a dozen different perspectives to tell the tale of an attempted coupe of a monolithic, near invincible super power that has kept the universe in check for several centuries Aliens, strange powers, inexplicable technologies, lust, betrayal, honor and random occurrences dot this colorful tale as we look into the lives of the various roles within the empire Exposed are the thoughts of the cast offs, the power hungry and those soldiers who [...]


  • A region of peace has come over the galaxy dictated and enforce by immortal Guardships run by humans The Guardships travel on an artificial construct called the Web However the population of humans is decreasing and Others are moving in The Others at the periphery are looking to destroy the Guardships under the coercion of a an alien race with psychic powers and sadistic habits The Others capture an ancient foe of the Guardships from a defeated warrior race Meanwhile, a commercial House conspire [...]


  • I knew Cook solely as a writer of the dark and gritty Black Company series of fantasy novels, so it was with surprise that I discovered that he also wrote science fiction I think he should stick to fantasy though It isn t so much that The Dragon Never Sleeps is bad, but rather that his Black Company novels are so good and it is somewhat perplexing that one of the main strengths of the latter his totally realistic portrayals of soldiers is almost totally lacking in the former, despite being milit [...]


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