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Gears of War: Anvil Gate is the third book in the Gears of War book series and takes places between Gears of War: Jacinto's Remnant and Gears of War: Coalition's End. It focuses on the COG's fight against the Stranded Insurgency and their uniting against the Lambent Invasion, as.
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Please try again later. Not much action, Delta Squad takes a back seat, the ending has no meaning, no significant plot twists The siege on Anvil Gate has always been a mystery to Gears of War fans. Mainly because the Pendulum Wars are never talked about in the games. The Pendulum Wars was a 70 year war between the Coalition of Ordered Governments and the indies or independent nations.
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They didn't want to be ruled under the COG so they fought for it. The book jumps between just before the events of Gears of War 3 and a few decades prior as Colonel Hoffman during the siege of Anvil Gate. The recent events are the continuing survival of humanity, the search for more Immulsion, and the discovery of polyps and Lambent stalks seen in Gears 3. I have to say that Anvil Gate doesn't really go anywhere. It's more descriptive narrative than anything else. There's not as much dialog as other Gears books and that's a shame. The book doesn't really focus on Delta Squad as much but mainly Hoffman and Baird.
All the events seen in Gears 3 are told here in this book which is great insight. The constant shaky line between the COG and Gorasnaya the COG's main enemy during the Pendulum Wars is interesting to see as well as how they deal with the indies wreaking havoc and making things harder for everyone. I honestly can just say that Anvil Gate really shows you how hard it is to survive in the Gears universe. Not something the games can really portray.
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I think it's going to be awesome to get to see the final piece of the puzzle put into place regarding the lapse between the 2nd and 3rd games and once I'm done with the 4th book, I'm going to play the 3rd game since that's their order. I've already played the games so its not like I don't know what's going to happen but now that I've gotten so much background into the characters and their lives, I'm looking forward to a renewed excitement in seeing the end of their journey.
Jun 11, Jackson Hampton rated it it was amazing. The first part of the book follows Jacinto's Remnant quite nicely as they settle into a new location on an island. However, the current inhabitants have never seen Locusts. They're also not huge COG fans. In a way, it's sort of an homage to the American Indians. However, the Cog soon realizes they face a new enemy. They're like Locusts on steroids. After destroying many fishing vess Gears of War: After destroying many fishing vessels and an oil rig, the encampment is attacked by three Count 'em, three Leviathans!
They also have to deal with raids from the Stranded, survivors of the Hammer Strikes who decided not to join the COG, and they're pretty pissed. A legendary COG fortress that has never been ceased. However, after the UIR cuts of the one road leading to the fortress, as well as their water supply, Hoffman realizes that his time is short, and as the old saying goes, "Desperate times call for desperate measures.
In the game, Dom obviously got a lot of screen time, and we really saw his emotions flourish in the third game, but we never really saw why he cared so much about Maria and Marcus. The books explain their history phenomenally. My goodness, after reading the books, I Love Hoffman. In the games, he was just the mean leader. But in the books, you really see why he's this angry ball of emotions. Bernie's past is also explored in great detail, and you'll really come to love her by the end as well.
May 20, Matt Cash rated it it was amazing. Continuing the Vectes story arc started by Jacinto's Remnant, the CoG now have a new enemy in the Lambent- a new race of creatures that have no apparent goal, no obvious motive, and no pattern to exploit. The Stalks that the creatures emerge from make their first appearance here, albeit a very primitive form that shows up later in the series.
Traviss, once ag Note: Traviss, once again, does a wonderful job of bringing Delta Squad to life. The dude-bro locker room machismo is mercifully kept to a minimum in favor of showing the humanity of soldiers who have experienced the loss of their world and struggling to survive.
You can't help but have your heart wrenched as Dom struggles to come to terms with view spoiler [ his wife's death. Anya Stroud struggles to find her place as she moves from Control to front-line soldier.
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Baird, the deadpan snarker and the token jerk, view spoiler [ finally starts to gain some humanity. In fact, if you didn't like Baird because he was such a jerk, your opinion will change over the course of this book hide spoiler ]. Hoffman's and your's distrust of Prescott as more questions arise with the view spoiler [ discovery of the data disc that Baird unlocks in GoW3, chapter 3 hide spoiler ].
The flashbacks chronicle Hoffman's time at Anvil Gate and choices he makes to save his men and the fort, and bring another side of Adam Fenix's time as a CoG officer. More than just a story about overgrown space marines, the story quickly becomes one you can't put down. Traviss again shows why she's the Queen of science fiction and localizations. Recommended for anyone interested in a great military, political, or science fiction story. Nov 20, Luke rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Anvil Gate sees Delta and the rest of the COG on Vectes beginning island life, but as the series suggests, it wouldn't be Gears of War without a monstrous enemy to ruin their day.
I read this after playing Gears of War 3, so this book filled in a lot of the blanks very well. I never tire of Traviss' writing; she manages to convey each character's distinctive personality to the point where I believe I really am inside their heads. I love the Gears of War series, and with each book the characters a Anvil Gate sees Delta and the rest of the COG on Vectes beginning island life, but as the series suggests, it wouldn't be Gears of War without a monstrous enemy to ruin their day. I love the Gears of War series, and with each book the characters are fleshed out more and more, Traviss' writing makes me appreciate the games further and vice versa.
This book got off to a bit of a slow start, however that is understandable as it has to set a lot of things up. But the book picked up pace further in as the stakes grew higher, and it was definitely a fun read. I really enjoyed reading about the Anvil Gate siege and seeing further into the mind of Colonel Hoffman, it gave his character a lot more depth than previously shown. I also liked seeing more of Baird to give some background as to why he acts the way he does. There wasn't a huge amount of action in the book, but when there was it was pretty awesome.
To be honest though, what I've always loved about this book series is the interactions between the characters and the world building rather than the action, and Anvil Gate delivers perfectly in that respect. It's not my favourite in the series so far, but I still thoroughly enjoyed it and can't wait to get started on the next one. Feb 02, Roberto Ramos rated it really liked it. La autora juega de la misma manera con los tiempos, pasado y presente, pero creo que en este son mucho mas historias de otros personajes que en sus anteriores trabajos en la saga celebre mucho que metiera a Bai Tak en este libro, su historia es muy buena aunque breve.
Tanto como los dos anteriores libros de la saga, sigo muy sorprendido y contento de que una novela de un "juego" me haya dejado tantas satisfacciones al leerla. Jun 29, Jack Hughes rated it really liked it. Okay i know this isnt the first book in the series. I was given this a freebie from my girlfriend who knows only too well my love for Gears.
I also have an action figure of Marcus: D As far as im aware this is the third book in the series. But even so, it didnt feel like i was jumping the gun at all because i already had a basic knowledge of the storyline. If anything this filled in the gaps between the 2nd and 3rd game, and for a person who has played the third game will know some of the new Okay i know this isnt the first book in the series.
If anything this filled in the gaps between the 2nd and 3rd game, and for a person who has played the third game will know some of the new enemies Marcus and co have to face.
These books can pretty much only be read by a fan of the games, a noobie would find these well written but wouldnt fully appreciate the personalities of the characters. Also characters you dont normally have full interaction with in the games e.
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Its nice to know what they're thinking and planning, why Hoffman had to use the Hammer of Dawn on Sera, the sacrifices he made, and the history of Anvil Gate plays a key part in the climax further into the book. The characters are true to themselves, all individual in their own right.
This was a very, very enjoyable read. Even if i had foreseen what was coming in some places it was still fantastic, and i will definitely have a look into a few other books in the series. Jun 07, Phillip Dimarzo added it. I'd been looking forward to reading the story of Anvil Gate ever since I played Gears of War 3 and especially after I finished reading the first two books. However, it just wasn't what I expected. Following the pattern of the series, what happened at Anvil Gate is told via flashbacks, while in the present day humanity continues to struggle to survive.
But unlike how I felt about Aspho Fields and Jacinto's Remnant, I had little to no interest in the flashback sequences.
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The story of Anvil Gate isn I'd been looking forward to reading the story of Anvil Gate ever since I played Gears of War 3 and especially after I finished reading the first two books. The story of Anvil Gate isn't bad, just that it was completely overshadowed by the much more exciting events that was happening in the present day. So often I just felt like skimming the sections with Anvil Gate just so I could get back to what was happening to our characters on Vectes, which I felt was more the "main story" in this novel.
But Karen Traviss continues to give good insight into the personalities of the main characters. This time, we get to learn more about Damon Baird who I didn't really care for while I was playing the game, but I grew to like him more because of this novel. However, I was disappointed that there wasn't more of my favorite character Sam Byrne, given how in her backstory she is from Anvil Gate, but I did get to find out more about her parents.
Mar 31, Kurtis Dix rated it really liked it. Gears of War Anvil Gate Karen Traviss Gears of War Anvil Gate is the end of the saga it takes place on an island they named New Jacinto which is there last place humanity has hope to survive but once they get there they start to realize that the enemies the C. Sep 08, Cherie rated it did not like it. My ratings system is as follows. One star is GOOD. The book is entertaining, easy to read and you don't want to stop reading because something about the book is compelling you not to. This time the story is not only entertaining, but highly creative, unique, easy to read and hard to put down.
Here the book has all aspects of one and two stars, but now the book is thought and emotionally provoking. This is the read that is not only cr My ratings system is as follows. This is the read that is not only creative, original and emotionally and utterly captivating, but you are overwhelmed at how talented and skilled the author is in telling you their story. This is the book that has all the components of the previous four ratings but leaves that lasting impression. It's the book that changes dramatically your point of view and your interpretation of experiences you or others around you endure.