"Dickson is one of SF's standard bearers."--Publishers Weekly
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Definitely not his best work. Not even as good as the Final Encyclopedia. If I had not read the other Childe Cycle books I would have been completely lost. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Paul M. Marion
This was for the most part a good read. However the editing process leaves something to be desired. Tune = time having automatic check is wonderful but not perfect.Published 8 months ago by Mal McKinney
I expected more from a Dickson book. It felt like the prologue to a longer work.Published 9 months ago by Elizabeth S.
The continuity of the Childe Cycle is only revealed in the last pages of the book. For those of us who like continuity and rationality, the book only comes together in the last... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Kenneth W. Aydt
It should be read before Dorsai, as it recounts facts happening on Earth before the splinterong of the cultures. Read morePublished 11 months ago by brudigia
Great read, seems completely separate from the first book, but in the end all is clarified. Really GOOD!! Can't wait to read the rest of the seriesPublished 11 months ago by Carlos Bellosta
The editor should be shot. I have been a fan of the Childe Cycle since high school. I have read all of the series multiple times and I wanted to get a digital copy of the books... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jeffery W. Vandersdye
Too much weird philosophy and not enough real happening. Couldn't bring myself to like Ljubljana e it. It's relationship to "Dorsai!" is ambiguous at best!Published 12 months ago by Kindle Customer