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"A FEAST FOR THE IMAGINATION."
--Los Angeles Times
"A virtual playground for SF's growing fascination with history."
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The whole series is great syfy although it gets bogged down with character details and violence at times.Published 3 months ago by David M Adams
I did not read the first 4 novels in this series; fortunately, the author provided a bit of a synopsis in this, the fifth and final book, "Gods of Riverworld. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Tasawuf
Magical and wonderful, read up on RF Burton one of the most interesting men in the last 300 yearsPublished 8 months ago by Sealboy
This is definitely the weakest of the series - which began as one of my favorites.Published 8 months ago by rock doctor
Read many years ago and started to read again. Emphasize started to read.Published 9 months ago by Anthony F Wolf
The Gods of Riverworld is the fifth and final book of the Riverworld series. In the third and fourth books of the series The Dark Design and The Magic Labyringth, the author makes... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Dan Shaffer
Over-the-top (Literally) of the million-mile-long river; new characters. new introduction of previous characters and a virtual plethora (don't you just adore that phrase... Read morePublished on February 15, 2013 by Joel Keen
I don't want to spoil the ending, but after a good build-up, the ultimate goal of Burton et al is just sort of sprung on the reader. All is right again on the Riverworld.Published on September 9, 2012 by amazane
"Gods of Riverworld" reminds me of one of those books that get written after an author dies - by another author in a vain effort to carry on the story line. Read morePublished on August 18, 2012 by R. F. Parker