Bone Song Tristopolis Book 1 PDF/EPUB í Tristopolis


  • 356 pages
  • Bone Song Tristopolis Book 1
  • John Meaney
  • 14 July 2015
  • 9780575079540

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  1. says:

    An intriguing but wildly inconsistent bookImagine if you will JD Robb's In Death series redone with the deathworld of Chronicles of Riddick the sensibility of a Batman graphic novel and the magic of California Bones It's an unusual combination a Dagwood sandwich of a book if you will and much of my reading was occupied by puzzling out the details of the worldDonal sketched a fingertip salute to the shadows beyond the stone steps Stuffing his hands in his overcoat pockets he looked up at the two hundred stories of police H rearing upward dark and uncompromising It was late and cold and the sky appeared deep purple heavily opaue Somewhere near the top Commissioner Vilnar's office waited And reading between the lines of this morning's phone call the commissioner had a new job lined up for him something Donal was not going to enjoyThe plot is straightforward someone is killing artists to use their bones sooner than a natural death would allow Donal Riordan is a highly respected New York City Tristopolis cop whose job is his life If he isn't on a case he's practicing his marksmanship going for a run or resting in his crummy little apartment in a dangerous side of town Commissioner Vilnar assigns Riordan the job of protecting a famed opera singer while she is in town The first half of the book centers around the protection detail while the second is nominally about finding the conspirators There's a missing person side investigation that ends up dominating the majority of the second half of the book There's also supposed to be political underpinnings to the main mystery but it is not well integratedIt's the world building that intrigues here There's hints of a chronic uick silver rain that is toxic to the skin to the extent that Donal tends to spend his time running in the sewers catacombs what isn't explained is why there are catacombs if the dead are burned for energy? There are death wolves that guard the doors of the police precinct and seem to act as independent police agents The desk sergeant is literally melded to his desk There are non human races such as the cat like people that staff the hospitalhealing facilitiesHowever the flip side to all the ideas is the extent to which they are developed Much of it feels like 'sci fifantasy' in the same way that JD Robb's books do replace any given object or basic function with something fantastical and call it world building There's a comment about '259' instead of '247' streets go up to the thousands taxis are purple and instead of armor piercing rounds we have chitin piercing rounds with a silver loadAt times there's a little depth which leads to interesting mental routes Mechanical devices are powered by indentured wraiths and the dead bones that provide 'thaumaturgical energy' Death seems to come in many layers with the wraiths resembling a disembodied consciousness and the zombies are bodies reliant on the energy from the bones Wraiths and zombies are viewed as less than human but unfortunately the writing around it is largely generic and non nuanced resorting to obvious ist comments It'd be easy to replace 'zombies' with any other group and have a non fantasy story and the wraiths have a strong parallel in slavery based culturesThis is a book that is all over the ratings map even among reading friends with two giving it one star and two awarding four and five stars It's not one that would be easy to recommend but I can see it appealing to people who enjoyed Two Serpents Rise by Gladstone I was freuently struck at how vivid some of the scenes were in my mind; I feel like there's something almost cinematic about it Recently I was discussing the concept of stretchy books that push one's reading This felt like one of them not in terms of ethics or boundary pushing writing skill but in the wealth of ideas and their combination I wanted to play longer in the world so despite a variety of issues with plotting and world building I'll be giving it a read


  2. says:

    Finally after so many false starts and being distracted by other books I have finished Bone Song it only took me dragging it to China and back to achieve that Anyway how was the book well I will admit I wasn't sure what I was going to be greeted by since I have only read John Meaney's science fiction work in the past however it did't take me long to realise there was something about his work which I didn't pick up on before This was the fact that he is an incredible world builder which slowly dawned on me as I read this book because at its heart this is a crime story all be it a rather strange one Slowly I realised this is a world where zombies can be police officers that the power stations are run off the bones of the dead and office security is supplied by supernatural wolves then this is not your run of the mill story But rather than turning the story it to some sort of fantasy with a 'badge' you get a totally acceptable society which is organised and run in a very similar manner to one we recognise today And I think this is where a conventional story can become something different and incredible So what did I think of the book if I sit and consider the different elements the storyline the characters and the way in the way the world is described they are interesting but nothing special however I think how this book works so well is the way in which they are woven together I will admit that it took me some time to realise this and a little to start enjoying it but when I did it became a really fun read and what is is that there is a second book in the series too


  3. says:

    If I could say one thing about Bone Song it is certainly uniue I like that Mr Meaney wrote a book that was entirely out of his imagination I did see shades of Blade Runner and noircyperpunk aspects in his story but he didn't play it safe or familiar in any other wayThe idea of bones having power to run cities and for necromancers to kill gifted people so they could harness the power of their bones was something I have not encountered in my reading It was pretty gruesome at times although this book is far from goryThe worldbuilding in this story was very solid I do admit I was totally scratching my head at first Mr Meaney builds his world from the ground up even using a very different calender and number of days system that I have ever encountered I am pretty sure that uintember 37 6066 is a date I will never see in real life And last I checked there are not twenty five hours in a day I loved the infusion of mythical beings and various types of ethereal creatures into this novel In the cities of Bone Song wraiths of various types are enslaved and used to power the city in various ways For example the elevator in the police building is run by a wraith named Gertie There are also stone beings and deathwolves who guard the premises of the police station and rich people's homes Mages and witches are employed on the police staff on airplanes and in hospitals And zombies are fairly common although not accepted by everyoneThe world of crime solving had a uniueness as well Instead of forensic medical examiners there are Bone Listeners who read the bones to find out how people died It was a bit creepy how that was done Well very creepyThis story managed to mix the paranormal with science in an intriguing way I won't deny that I wasn't lost at times I was uite lost But I was also intrigued to keep reading That's not to say this book wasn't a bit dry at times It was But not so dry that I wanted to give up on it I truly had to see where the story was going so I persevered through the drier momentsI really liked the main character Donal He was a tough guy but also seemed to want to do the right thing and genuinely cared about people His situation was pretty harrowing at times and I felt like I had to hold my breath at the various twists and turns in this story When the book felt dry his character kept me reading That's a good thing because that's why I read books for the characters that stand out and earn my loyalty I liked the secondary characters as well I did feel like Laura the commander of the unit that Donal joins and his love interest could have been deeply characterized I didn't feel like I knew a lot about her which seemed important considering her relationship with Donal and her very interesting nature I had a lovehate relationship with the point of view switches I felt they were too abrupt and it took a while to figure out where the story was going when the POV changed If that had been smooth I think I would have been fine with seeing the other characters' viewpoints I feel like there is to learn about Viktor Xilia Alexa Harald and ShushanaI have to be honest and say I didn't like the ending It was way too abrupt and didn't seem to make a whole lot of sense I have this feeling that it's a cliffhanger sort of ending so I won't throw the book against the wall I'd like to see where John Meaney goes with this story so I'm looking forward to reading the next bookBone Song won't appeal to all readers but I am glad I read it It was a uniue world with some elements that really stood out to me Overall I think Mr Meaney wrote uite a fascinating book and I would like to see of his world where the bones have their own songs to sing


  4. says:

    A highly original and imaginative mystery set in an alternate world where technology is powered by the bones of the dead and the deceased are enslaved Very entertaining despite various weak points in plot characterization and pacing


  5. says:

    Bone song is filed under urban fantasy but I'd put it under gothic dieselpunk It takes place in a couple of different urban environs both of which are left over by some long past undescribed civilization who's technology has been mostly forgotten What does still work in this world is thaumaturgical based magic; death is not so much a final destination as a state of being with different shades including zombies which function as living humans but need regular infusions of thaumaturgical energy and wraiths that are discorporal consciousnesses able to pass through matter Naturally magic is a very important part of how the world works Mages and those who can commune with bones of the both the living and the dead replace computer nerds engineers and doctors in our world There are no computers or wireless communications The world seems less like a well thought out construction and like the world of the 50's with some details changed around to replace technological solutions with magical ways of doing things But it never really feels like it gels in a cohesive way; it's like pasting a lot of pretty baubles on the same suit you've seen a million times before hoping the little shiny bits make the ensemble into something new Unfortunately I didn't feel like I was reading about events occuring in a well thought out worldThe story focuses on Donal Riordan a hardboiled lieutenant in the metropolitan PD with a rough background and a reputation for being an incorruptible hardass sound familiar? who is tasked with protecting an opera star from a shadowy cult who has been abducting top notch artists presumably to glean visions from their bones Without giving away too many spoilers the protection detail doesn't go as Donal hoped After all is said and done he finds himself attached to a federal unit that is tasked specifically with breaking up the bone thieving cultSomehow Donal and his superior fall in love And I say somehow because for no reason that's hinted led up to foreshadowed or makes any sense in terms of character complications they wind up in bed and almost immediately afterwords fall in love sound familiar? Now I'm all about some hot'n'steamy humanzombie romance don't get me wrong But it feels like it was thrown in because Jason Meaney's pre writing notes had these two character's arcs crossing and maybe it was necessary for one or another plot development later But there's nothing in the final book I read that makes it plausible I don't need some drawn out courtship but there wasn't even any hint of animal magentism This in my opinion is amateurish and it detracted from my enjoyment of the storyAs the investigation continues the leads take the team to higher and higher levels of government sound familiar? and the story goes off on a couple of tangents that eventually come back around to the main plot and characters but only eventually There were a few chapters wherein some members of the federal team are working on rescuing an undercover agent who's been discovered and is being tortured that really didn't need to happen so much I think that whole section of the book was trying to explain that the team aside from the newcomer Donal is a tight unit that looks after their own and brooks no guff Additionally it showed off some of the skills of each of the teammembers but in retrospect that handful of chapters felt manufactured The characters and plot could both have been better advanced with subtler dialogue and crisper writing around the main plotlineEventually Donal gets himself sent via aeroplane see dieselpunk above to another city to follow up on some leads on his own sound familiar? At this point in the book maybe 75% through it there's a lot of characters and while there's a lot of clues it's pretty clear what's going to happen if not the exact way it'll play out The trip to the other city had a situation occur that I can only describe as contrived and while Donal didn't understand what was happening I the reader had even less idea what was going on why or what happened to Donal during the resolution There just wasn't enough explanation of the situation and the characters involved to advance the mystery another example events introducing plot complications wholly divorced from the preceeding story At this point there's 20% 15% of the book left and I was getting the feeling that this was going to be one of those books where everything wraps up too cleanly in the last couple chaptersIt does Within the span of the last 8% everybody in the team resolves their reticences around the new guy a major suspect is surprisingly exonerated the perpetrator trying to frame the suspect is caught after a chase so laughable I don't know why Jason bothered and the Big Bad Guys are interrupted in the middle of an evil ritual but manage to slip through the fingers of justice sound familiar? The last couple of chapters do less to wrap up the story than setup the seuel and the heart wrenching twist at the end seemed a bit extreme and implausible; it would have been nice to see Donal and Laura's relationship evolve but given the light treatment characterization got throughout the book perhaps it was best this wayAll in all this was a readable noir detective story wrapped in the trappings of a gothicdieselpunk setting The character development was very shallow but the action is fairly nonstop and the pacing in as much as you only consider points of contention in the plot was constant and fairly exciting I would recommend this to fans of the gothic as in Sisters of Mercy or Fields of the Nephilim lookfeel or anyone who wants a uick little noir detective story There's nothing wrong with this book despite my uncanny ability to detail things that annoy me But I felt there was so much potential in these characters and the world they live that I can't help but feel a little shortchanged by the shallow characterization and incomplete world building


  6. says:

    I tried I feel I really did But I got to Chapter 8 page 85 and could go no further This is an ambitious book but the author misplaced those ambitions putting all his toys in his world building toybox without leaving anything for development and execution And that's my main issue with the book the world building Yes it's detailed However it's never fully explained Now I admit I hate info dumps and it's a poor writer who uses them to explain how his or her world works But I also hate a book where the author throws words and people and situations at you without explaining context history origin or without even giving you a general understanding of what the hell is going on I mean yeah it's cool to be in a world where a day is 25 hours long or power is provided by the bones of the dead; where captive wraiths power elevators and escalators are powered by runes But I'm the kind of reader who needs an understanding of the how and the why a history of how a world in which humans and zombies and wraiths and mages can live side by side in relative harmony even if it's just a sentence here or a throwaway line of dialogue there Instead I'm left feeling and lost as the book continues to sink me further into this world without providing any sort of guide rope to follow Yet Meaney went overboard with certain scene descriptions where there was no reason or no action relevant to the plot For example Meaney goes into great detail concerning the main character's Donal Riordan's evening ritual wherein he comes home uses the bathroom changes and does some stretching goes out for a run comes home and takes a shower changes clothes again goes back out buys a book eats comes home reads in bed and falls asleep Seriously All that took up four pages of the book Why? Yes Riordan does his running in the underground tunnels of the city which are used in a later action seuence However that information could've easily been introduced in a interesting manner without all the other extremely boring stuff that gave me no insight into Donal's character and certainly did nothing to actively advance the storyThere's a lot of imaginative stuff in this book but it hasn't been presented well and that's where the poor execution shows Poor character development poor sentence construction a lot of sentence fragments and just a general lack of flow and easy readability This wanted to be hard boiled This wanted to be the snappy sparsely written detective story in the vein of Dashiell Hammett and Raymond Chandler just with a few twists on the setting It's not Meaney confused brevity with lack and it shows Meaney has the idea that if you throw in enough skulls ouroboros images catacombs along with zombies deathwolves and other assorted ghoulies we'll get the idea that his Tristopolis is a Gothic wonderland without him having to go to the actual effort of bringing his creation to life with history and backstory It's like one of those Hollywood backlots where the fronts of the buildings look all functional and fabulous but there's nothing behind them except some 2x 4s propping the facades up Not to mention everything Meaney describes is either black or purple Now I love me some purple but after a while even I got tired of hearing about the color And there are multiple italicized asides that simply add to the confusion as we have no idea who's speaking them if they're indeed being spoken or if they're internal I'm going crazy and this is what I'm hearing whispers in Donal's head For example Do you hear the bones? So beautiful We are the bones We know you now Again there's no context no explanation no reason behind them other than a sense of Ooh look I'm making things spooky here folks This is my Gothic detective fantasy novel and things are getting wei rdI might not have had a problem with any of this if I could've gotten a handle on the main character but it seemed as though every time I turned the page the man would flip his personality Donal would threaten one character for off the books fudging of inventory and then turn around and do something shady and very un cop like the next chapter I still don't know what Donal's motivations are what his innate character and personality is nothing about what drove the man to do what he did And that fits in with the overall description for this book It's an enigma One I don't care about nor was ever given a reason to care about solving


  7. says:

    Ooof but this was a struggle I don't think I've ever been so uickly disappointed with a book I really really wanted to like And I'm not even a fan of urban fantasy But Bone Song is also a noir thriller and I'm a sucker for those plus I'd heard the world building was amazing so I threw myself at the book with abandonand ended up freuently throwing the book at things wall floor bed etc Let me count the waysThe AwesomeThe world building Seriously I love the concept of a person's bones storing their memories after death and the fact that they can be used to power entire cities Necrofusion Oh myAlso the creature show Zombies and deathwolves and wraiths the latter especially as they allow for semi sentient motor bikes I WANT A SENTIENT MOTOR BIKEThe Not So AwesomeThe plot starts out as a proper noir detective story and paces along merrily until about half way through when the cast's Jump To Conclusions map breaks and suddenly nothing makes any sense any Or maybe it does but while Meaney spends a lot of time over explaining conseuences and correlations in the beginning of the book there's a marked absense of logic in the latter half By that time I was so fatigued with the writing see below though I couldn't really bring myself to turn back a few pages to see whether I'd missed anythingThe BadLogicfail When your own characters know they're being stupid or irrational don't you think they're trying to tell you something?Pacingfail I don't know whether Meaney made a deliberate choice to slow down the plot at various places throughout the book but if it was on purpose it back fired for it was most frustrating To give you an example as early on as page 44 we are treated to Donal's after work rituals On four long long pages Donal comes home changes warms up goes back outside for a run comes back eats something reads a book and goes to bed This wouldn't be so bad if anything interesting happened along the way but it doesn't IT DOESN'THeroComplexFail Towards the end when everything is coming to a head and I've just gotten a bit of interest back in how it all ends Donal arrives in Illurium to hunt down the evil mastermind behind the murders But first he sends his driver away and goes to hang out on a station platform You'd think he was there to catch a train but no it seems he's only there so that he can accidentally spot and save a young girl from a pimp trying to snare her He beats him up gives money to the girl takes his gun and then Returns to the driver BECAUSE THAT MADE SENSEWritingFail The worst the worst thing about Bone Song and the reason the book flew so often was the writing It was okay in most places but awkward in others and downright atrocious in too many places to ignore I don't want to bash the author I couldn't write a book to save my life so I have respect for anyone who can However the over use of sentence fragments became so obnoxious I'd be dishonest if I didn't at least mention it here I think it's done for dramatic effect and it sometimes works for example But as Donal walked he remembered something against his will the deep richness of the world seen through Jamix Holandson's eyes Through his lifeless boneDramatic right? But trust me when this kind of structure occurs on every other page all drama is lost and the only effect left is one of intense frustration Now on other rooftops pairs of scarlet eyes blinked feline and knowing at Laura sitting at the base of Darksan Tower's spire straing into the night The night to which she belongedheaddeskMaybe it's just me Maybe you won't mind at all If you like your urban fantasy and you're ready for some pretty cool concepts in world building go right ahead and read this It's not a bad book It just has issues


  8. says:

    Bone Song is a real odd duck for me I remember reading it back a few years ago and got bored but was still engaged enough to give it three stars Now I'm older and have finished it and still give it three albeit for different reasonsThe setting is very different from what I'm used to seeing combining gothic horror new weird and film noir into a pretty slick package 6000 years into an alternate reality future energy reactors run off the bones of the dead zombies run not off brains but biomechanical hearts imbedded into yheir chests and necromancers are part of the cops And for the most part it works Meaney does a good job of making the world of Tristopolis feel alive The sky is a permanent shade of purple uicksilver rain is commonplace and passing conversation makes mention of the world beyond death's city If i have to make a minor uibble here its that some of the elements feel forced or come across as goofy Using the word Thanatos in place of other 4 letter words made me cringeHowever the biggest issues i have with the story fall into two areasFor starters the characters are very flat and lifeless no pun intended Donal Riordan hits all the notes of being a beat cop with honour and integrity but theres nothing that sets him apart from the other characters On that note the other characters are just kind of there Some have interesting uirks and flaws but they're mostly one note stereotypesThe second issue comes from a major plot point so spoilers ahead At one point one of Donal's colleagues suspects him of being a traitor built on very tenuous evidence So he puts him into a trap Now granted its established the character is not thinking clearly but from a narrative perspective the subseuent events dont go anywhere and end just as abruptly It feels like paddingDespite its flaws Bone Song was a good read and I'm glad i finished it Its raw creative and consistently engagingEDIT So it's been a couple of years since I posted this review and having been thinking about it recently there was a couple of other gripes I had about it I still stand by my initial rating butThe romance Oh Christ was that romance hamfisted and goofy Donal and Laura the head of a secret police unit hook up after one night of shagging and are already professing their love for one another To say that romance is dead is an understatement hereSecondly the villain's goal seemedvery vague Its obvious from the start that Malfax Cortindo is the big bad but what he wants with the bones of the dead and how it relates to an Anti Undead Bill is kind ofmwaaaahhhhhI still like the book mind you Still fun still engaging still imaginative enough but it really needed an editor to cut out the chaff or for Meaney to expand on the world and plot


  9. says:

    25 maybe I haven't been so disappointed in a book since I don't know when chiefly because it has such incredible worldbuilding and because the first half of the book absolutely blew me away I was completely enmeshed in the world and the characters and couldn't wait to get back to it each time I put it down About halfway through though it seemed to have a schizophrenic breakdown The previously tight and compelling POVs split between two main characters mushroomed into multiple shallow head hopping POVs which seriously diluted the flow of the story and the characterizations That would have been bearable because the worldbuilding remained amazing and compelling the plotting intricate but then the characterizations and plot went to hell as well People started falling in love instantaneously for no apparent reason; others launched on paths of boneheaded revenge for really cooked up motives that had to do with authorial convenience then true motivations Even the characters late in the book admitted they were stupid Plot points were thrown in for no good reason except that again the author needed to get someone from point A to point B and show off worldbuilding; the main character turned into a Maury Stu type character that could do no wrong and was the best of the best easily victorious in any contest; and absolutely no care was given to the emotional underpinnings of the story Things happened we were supposed to care but they were so paint by number handled so woodenly and shallowly that I found myself not caring at allBut that worldbuilding Wow I kept reading long after I would have put most books down because the depth and originality of this world dominated by death the macabre and the dead was truly breathtaking If you love books with dazzling settings and don't care overmuch if the characters have no depth than a video game and the plotting bears resemblance to a software program you'll probably enjoy this book than I did I think if the first half of this book hadn't had everything going so damned well I wouldn't have been as severely disappointed As is I'm not sure I'll bother reading any in this series


  10. says:

    Read this a while ago Three but barely It's like eating something and you don't know if you like it or not and it smells kinda funny so you make someone else try it and then they smack youBest part is the worldbuilding Fantastic Dialogue is pretty good Biggest problem is that I failed to give much of a crap about anyone except perhaps that fliratious elevator ghost who's alas of a secondary character MC is a dish sponge just starting to develop a little odour some texture there but it's cold and you'd really rather not Worth it for the worldbuilding but I was unenthused


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