Cibola Burn
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Cibola Burn

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The fourth novel in James S.A. Corey’s New York Times bestselling Expanse series

The gates have opened the way to thousands of habitable planets, and the land rush has begun. Settlers stream out from humanity's home planets in a vast, poorly controlled flood, landing on a new world. Among them, the Rocinante, haunted by the vast, posthuman network of the protomolecule as they investigate what destroyed the great intergalactic society that built the gates and the protomolecule.

But Holden and his crew must also contend with the growing tensions between the settlers and the company which owns the official claim to the planet. Both sides will stop at nothing to defend what's theirs, but soon a terrible disease strikes and only Holden - with help from the ghostly Detective Miller - can find the cure.

Title:Cibola Burn
Edition Language:English
ISBN:031621762X
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:583 pages

    Cibola Burn Reviews

  • Neil Hepworth
    Oct 26, 2013

    This book was the clunker to end all clunkers. The dud to end all duds. The turd in your soup, if you will. In other words, it was a bad book. First of all, the book can’t figure out it’s own plot...

  • Kemper
    Aug 02, 2015

    In The Expanse humanity has spread out among our solar system, and there have been decades of political tension and hostility among the people of Earth, Mars, and the Belters of the Outer Planetary Al...

  • Hannah Greendale
    Dec 24, 2016

    After taking almost three hundred pages to find its stride, Cibola Burn launches its readers into a tense, high-stakes adventure that lasts to the final page. ...

  • Alex Ristea
    Jun 17, 2014

    Never fear folks, the Expanse is back and better than ever! From recent news, we can expect five more novels and I couldn't be a happier bookworm.Cibola Burn is a massively exciting sci-fi novel—the...

  • Mogsy (MMOGC)
    Sep 05, 2013

    4.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum http://bibliosanctum.com/2014/06/25/b...The Expanse is probably my science fiction series right now, and I think Cibola Burn is the best installment yet.Why, you as...

  • Justin
    Sep 04, 2014

    This series as a whole is so poorly-named, that it borders on false advertising. For an ongoing story collectively called The Expanse, each successive book has become smaller, and smaller in scope. Le...

  • Mr. Matt
    Jul 03, 2015

    Just when I thought I was getting tired of the Expanse ... Cibola Burn takes humanity through the mysterious gates built by the protomolecule, to a thousand habitable worlds. The new worlds promise a ...

  • Vladimir
    Aug 01, 2016

    I dalje odlična zabava.. kraj malo škripi ali sve u svemu ja sam zadovoljan!!! Sa nestrpljenjem čekam nastavak...!!!...

  • Jordan Rose
    Jun 26, 2014

    I finished it, due in large part because of my love for the Expanse series overall, as I devoured Leviathan Wakes thru Abaddon's Gate in short order. Cibola Burn, however, fell short of my expectation...

  • Rob
    Jan 24, 2014

    Executive Summary: This one felt very different from the rest of the series to me. Whether or not that is a good thing will largely depend on the reader I suspect.Audio book: Erik Davies is OK. Origin...