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Authors: Karen Traviss, Troy Denning, Eric S. Nylund, Tobias S. Buckell, Greg Bear. The Halo book series by multiple authors includes books The Fall of Reach, The Flood, First Strike, and several more. See the complete Halo series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions. Halo Book Series (15 Books) colonial insurrections from exploding into a full- blown interplanetary civil war, the UNSC has one last Latest Book in the Series . Halo Boxed Set Contact Harvest, Ghosts of Onyx and The Cole Protocol I've read all of the current novels in the Halo book series, and I thought I'd give my.


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Series: Halo Boxed Set, The Fall of Reach, The Flood, First Strike (Book 1) . well, which is very good, but ends anti-climactically (it almost ruins the entire book). Complete order of Halo books in Publication Order and Chronological Order. The Halo series has an expanded universe chock-full of exciting stories, intriguing lore, and memorable characters. Ever since the first book.

He is famous in the video games and is something of a super soldier in his own right.

This novel details the first encounter with the covenant on the backwater colony of Harvest, and Humanity's response. A side-story, all things considered. Many fans consider this the weakest of the second arc and an overall disappointment.

I personally thought it was great and, again, personally I thought it is is just as great as all the other Halo novels. I honestly think fans where simply upset because every Halo fan simply wants Nylund back And fans hadn't had a new piece of true Halo fiction since The Ghost of Onyx.

Harvest being a prequel. Finally, there's Halo: Evolutions. There's around 10?

Cole, that I thought was the best Halo story of any piece of Halo cannon. This includes the video games, books, ect.

This story goes into detail about humanity's greatest general and hero, Preston Cole. To my knowledge, this story is the last and longest story within the anthology. Though there are many great stories to be found in there. The books and stories by Eric Nylund are indisputably the best and most popular among most Halo fans.

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Three full-length novels and one long[er] short story that's a part of an anthology. He is the one who put Halo fiction on the map. He is truly the master of the Halo Universe.

And also the Forerunner's extinction.

Moves Halo fiction away from popcorn action and towards legitimate Science Fiction or perhaps even Space Opera. Many fans are turned off by this new direction, but I personally loved everything Greg Bear has to offer. I read both of the last two releases in one sitting.

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Greg Bear is truly a master of science fiction. Everything is from the perspective of a young forerunner.

I suppose I enjoyed it because I played the games and was able to make connections in my head. Later on, other authors also came in and took the series forward with their individual contributions. As of today, the series is still going on and many more books are expected to be published in the days to come.

It was released by the Del Rey publication in the year The plot is set in a fictional universe called Halo, just like in the video games.

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It takes place in the 26th century across a few locations and planets. This novel deals with the detailed explanation of the origin of the game and the rising of the super soldiers of Spartan II. Its story is narrated by its main protagonist named Master Chief. Apart from Master Chief, the other important characters introduced by author Nylund include Dr.

It is revealed to Jacob Keyes that John is among the selected children, who have some rare genes to make them suitable for a program called Spartan II. This secret program is aimed at experimenting with these special children and turning them into super soldiers. The super soldiers will be employed by the UNSC to deal with rebellions. Out of the children, 75 get kidnapped by the Naval Intelligence office operatives and are replaced with some engineered clones who die shortly after due to natural causes.

The remaining recruits in the program are known by just their initial name followed by a 3 digit code. Subsequently, John is given the name, John They are then trained and drilled under the guidance of Franklin Mendez. John stands out from the rest and shows signs of a leader. The mentors see his leadership qualities and promote him to the rank of squad leader.

The Spartans are made to undergo several surgical enhancements that convert them into efficient and hardcore super soldiers.

They are then faced with the task of combating against the Covenant aliens, who possess the aim of destroying the human race. The book received many positive reviews and critical appreciation from numerous critics. Various other critics reviewed the book by saying that it adds a great depth into the plot and takes the stakes to a completely new level by showing more characters than in the original game. Within a very less time of its release, the book became a worldwide success and helped author Nylund increase his popularity as an author of science fiction books.

This book was also published by the Del Rey publishers and its reprint was released by Tor Books. The Fall is written by William Dietz.

I have a bad habit of playing games, then reading about them to get a better understanding. Hence me ruining my own interpretation of halo 5!! I do have to say I cannot tell you anything about blue team. And everything going on with halsey. The advice above is pretty good. However, I personally can't recommend the Kilo-5 trilogy.

I'd just read a summary online, or watch Halo Canon's videos. They sum up my feelings pretty well. Okay, sorry for the rant.

But do read Nylund's trilogy, they're excellent. First Strike's a personal fave. While the Kilo-5 books are really the only ones I don't recommend, I do super-recommend you read the Forerunner Trilogy. They're quite awesome save for maybe Primordium - that one can get a tad dull at times , and really make you appreciate the Didact more when you see him in 4.

Welcome to the extended universe, by the way!

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I hope you get as much delight from it as I do. Thanks for the reply. When I first started halo crpytum it was a damn good read!! I thoroughly enjoyed the history of the librarian and the didact and everything that happened. I'm looking forward to the forerunner trilogy so I can get a better understanding of the relationship between the forerunners, all the installations and the history it all brings.

Now if I can just get caught up at least to halo 5.

To understand what is going on with Cortana I will be happy.Book 7 of The upcoming Broken Circle goes into the more recent past, focusing on the Covenant before the games. And it gave me a better understanding of how the forerunners became what they are.

First Strike's a personal fave. Dietz, Greg Bear, Tobias S. As of today, the series is still going on and many more books are expected to be published in the days to come.

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