The Amory Wars – read online free book series

31.10.2017

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First Book Publish:2008
Books in series: 4
Avg. Book Rating:8.2
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Year of the Black Rainbow (The Amory Wars Book 1)

First published: April 12th 2010Rating: 8.18 stars
GoodReads:Year of the Black Rainbow
Review:

A must read for any fan of Coheed & Cambria. A strong stand alone piece of fiction even if you’re not a fan of the music.

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The Amory Wars, Volume 1: The Second Stage Turbine Blade (The Amory Wars Book 2)

First published: April 28th 2008Rating: 8.18 stars
GoodReads:The Amory Wars, Volume 1: The Second Stage Turbine Blade
Review:

Coheed and Cambria are one of my favourite bands. I wanted to love this and have wanted to read it for years, I was so excited to finally immerse myself in the world Claudio has created, I was hoping reading the comics would make the story become more clear to me but I still feel confused! I have more to say but I don’t have time to write it all down now so maybe I will come back to this review if I remember….

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Good Apollo, I’m Burning Star IV, Vol. 1: From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness (The Amory Wars Book 3)

First published: December 5th 2016Rating: 7.26 stars
GoodReads:Good Apollo, I’m Burning Star IV, Vol. 1: From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness
Review:

The artwork and concept here is the best in the series. All I wanted was for some smoother dialogue, and more content just to ease the transition from the pop-comic feel of the Amory Wars to this dark and gritty meta novel.

Amory Wars Volume 2: The Second Stage Turbine Blade book 4 cover

Amory Wars Volume 2: The Second Stage Turbine Blade (The Amory Wars Book 4)

First published: December 28th 2009Rating: 8.6 stars
GoodReads:Amory Wars Volume 2: The Second Stage Turbine Blade
Review:

So…I love Coheed & Cambria. It’s not a love I’m ashamed of, except when it comes to buying the comics based off of their albums, and, let’s face it, lovinglovingloving them. Big fat space opera with superpowers and genetically-engineered monsters and a nonsensical plot involving a space mage using hidden soldiers to put out a star and reignite it? That, my friends, is my joint, as the kids say. It doesn’t have to make sense, because it is THAT. COOL. So yeah, I enjoyed this. But I have to

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