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Lucifer (Blakes 7) Many Legends Surround The Aftermath Of The Collapse Of The Federation, Including The Fate Of Kerr AvonWhat Happened To Avon After The Death Of Blake And The Crew Of The Scorpio Paul Darrow S Vivid Re Imagining Picks Up Avon S Story At The Final Moments Of The Final Episode Of Blake S 7 And Follows Him On His Fight For Survival, This Time With No Crew And No Ship To Help Him.The Adventure Continues Years Later As Avon, Now An Old Man, Finds Himself A Key Player In The Game Of Power Politics Being Played Out On A Grand Scale By The Quartet Four Ruthless Leaders In An Uneasy Alliance, Who Govern The World In Place Of The Federation Old Enemies Resurface And Dangerous New Ones Appear As The Time Comes For Old Scores To Finally Be Settled

10 thoughts on “Lucifer (Blakes 7)

  1. says:

    A Grand Read.As I launched into this book, I was immediately struck by the grandiosity of the writing It begins with an index of Dramatis Personae an unusual thing to have in a novel but a clear indication of the author s top priority the characters in this drama And drama indeed it is The long, complicated list of characters is clearly laid out in a structured hierarchy, noting their relationships to each other And I found myself bookmarking this Dramatis Personae and returning to A Grand Read.As I launched into this book, I was immediately struck by the grandiosity of the writing It begins with an index of Dramatis Personae an unusual thing to have in a novel but a clear indication of the author s top priority the characters in this drama And drama indeed it is The long, complicated list of characters is clearly laid out in a structured hierarchy, noting their relationships to each other And I found myself bookmarking this Dramatis Personae and returning to it, again and again, while reading the book, to remind myself who was who Even before we get to the Prologue, on one of those blank pages leading up to the beginning of the nov...

  2. says:

    Well now, it s always interesting reading a book written by someone you know But when that book is essentially Avon getting to write his own fan fiction Blakes 7 continuation, with characters based on other people you know, the result is delightful Even if some bloke called Ray Dawn seems to have scribbled all over my copy Paul s novel the first in a planned loose trilogy is set twenty years after the events of Blake the final episode of Blakes 7 , but it also picks up the immediate afterm Well now, it s always interesting reading a book written by someone you know But when that book is essentially Avon getting to write his own fan fiction Blakes 7 continuation, with characters based on other people you know, the result is delightful Even if some bloke called Ray Dawn seems to have scribbled all over my copy Paul s novel the first in a planned loose trilogy is set twenty years after the events of Blake the final episode of Blakes 7 , but it also picks up the immediate aftermath of the events on Gauda Prime in order to explain Avon s escape from that iconic series ending The story deals with Avon s quest to be reunited with the one true love of his life the super computer ORAC i...

  3. says:

    Amazing Paul Darrow writes about what happened to Avon immediately after the final scene of the last episode Loved it It read just like a classic episode.

  4. says:

    This book is a horrible waste of time for any Blake s 7 fan The entire book is written in a universe foreign to the television series, Blake s 7 If you want trite, over used lines like Well, now , lines that the author used a dozen times in a couple hundred pages, then by all means, go ahead and read it.The science is horrible and laughable at times with the winds of space guiding his craft into and out of planet ambits The writing is poor and there seems to be no emotion or color to the n This book is a horrible waste of time for any Blake s 7 fan The entire book is written in a universe foreign to the television series, Blake s 7 If you want trite, over used lines like Well, now , ...

  5. says:

    Parts of this book are great fun However, it is best to completely suspend your knowledge of science as this could be very distracting from Paul s story.AS far as the original series is concerned, knowing the names of the characters and their relationship to each other ie Avon v Servalan, but the rest of the characters are not included except for a brief acknowledgement in the beginning.The book could ...

  6. says:

    Thank God for Big Finish They continuously breathe new life into franchises long thought dead and abandoned In this case the classic 1970 s science fiction serial Blakes 7 A lot of fans were left hanging after the shock ending of the show which had Blake and the majority of the cast being killed Avon s fate though was left ambiguous, and this novel written by Avon actor Paul Darrow finally tells us what happened next The author gives us a dramatis personae at the beginning, which comes in h Thank God for Big Finish They continuously breathe new life into franchises long thought dead and abandoned In this case the classic 1970 s science fiction serial Blakes 7 A lot of fans were left hanging after the shock ending of the show which had Blake and the majority of the cast being killed Avon s fate though was left am...

  7. says:

    Avon was my favorite character in the television series Yes, I realize that is disturbing This novel is set some years after the end of the series Avon has collected a touch of conscience, interestingly enough I find that I really miss Vila Like the series, there ar...

  8. says:

    This is really mostly for us ageing Blake s 7 fans The book starts with the story of Avon and his current location Throughout the novel which is about the right length and easy to read the story explains a little about the Quartet which rules after the fall of Servelan and the federation We find out how Avon escaped death I ve waited 30 years to know how this happened and what he is up to now The character of Kerr Avon is in keeping with the tv series and the writing which is surprisin This is really mostly ...

  9. says:

    I was bought this as a present by a friend who also got me hooked on the Blake s 7 TV show He got me a signed copy Who better, living, to continue the story than Paul Darrow Avon wasn t my favourite character in the series but I have to admit he was the most intriguing That final scene immortalised him in sc fi folklore It was so badass to go out that way I always fancied that he d managed to fire his way out of there somehowbut Darrow s take on it is somewhat different He makes us wait I was bought this as a present by a friend who also got me hooked on the Blake s 7 TV show He got me a signed copy Who better, living, to continue the story than Paul Darrow Avon wasn...

  10. says:

    No one knows Avon better than Paul, and I enjoyed thecomplex character he created here on the printed page I could hear his sardonic voice in the dialog Some bits didn t work too well, the aircraft and sniping shotguns didn t sit well in the B7 universe I grew up with, but these ar...

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