Spectacularly clever… in weaving together cutting edge speculation along the outer fringes of science. Highly impressive. (Kirkus)
R.A.Lafferty meets A.E.VanVogt in a cakewalk through a future full of anti-matter, alien artifacts, transhumans, an Iron Ghost, a Texas gunfighter, and a Space Princess. Well worth the price of admission. (Michael Flynn)
Wright is at his best…. Appealing to readers interested in glimpses of the unfathomable immensities of our universe. (Publisher's Weekly)
An awe-inspiring book, brave and full of wonder. Count to a Trillion pokes grand fun of humanity and post-humanity alike. (Brenda Cooper, author of Reading the Wind)
An elegant stylist and a true visionary, Wright will delight hard sf fans with his exuberance, while his characters and plot keep the action fast and furious. (Library Journal)
This is much more than a space opera, and fills your mind with intriguing, startling possibilities. John Wright's novel is bursting with ideas, blending mythology, machine and human evolution, mathematics, space travel, and much more. The hero, Montrose, is caught in the crosshairs of deadly, highly unusual foes--and his fate could very well determine the fate of everyone on Earth. Ultimately this is about human survival and potential, the future of mankind across a trillion star systems. (Brian Herbert)
About the Author
JOHN C. WRIGHT lives in Centreville, Virginia.