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Plot and characters are well developed.
The end is rather obvious and actually, the last couple of dozen pages feel as though Bear himself was tired of the book and just wanted to wrap it up.
This is a very good book that conjures the base humanistic existence of mankind removed from it's planetary system and social genesis.
Extraordinarily well written book. Although the story line drags a bit in the middle the end is literally out of the world! Holy macko!Published 2 days ago by Amlan Chatterjee
ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC! I am so glad I found this author, can't get enough of his books.Published 26 days ago by Old Fashioned Values
This is a very good book that conjures the base humanistic existence of mankind removed from it's planetary system and social genesis. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Marina C Lubin
As a long time sci-fi fan and very well read in the genre, this goes onto the all-time top 20 list. Not since Niven's Ringworld have I read such a awesomely imaginative novel with... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ridgeback
It gets off to a bit of a slow start, Lord of the Flies mushed together with SpyKids go Planet Busting. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Gregory M. Locock
crazy and imaginative. bear's prose is both exacting and emotional. Great sequel to Forge of God. beautiful descriptions and great intelligence.Published 2 months ago by Kindle Customer
Slow to start, but very engaging a third of the way in until the conclusion. Interesting science and vast distances, and probably a rung below my favorite Iain M Banks works.Published 2 months ago by Michael Marquardt
very technical but very well written. a bit of dues ex machina at the end. Bear does it yet again!Published 3 months ago by N. A. SMITH
Aliens attack Earth. With help of other races, survivors flee. Some of their children are taken by those others to be witnesses. We leave them. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Amazon Customer