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As the final book in the Galactic Center Series the book tries to wrap it up. At the end of series I ask myself was it worth the read.. and I'm torn to saying yes or no. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Cherry Blossom
I had decided NOT to read this, the sixth book in the series, but for the fact that Nigel Walmsley showed up at the end of the fifth book and I really did like him. Read morePublished 13 months ago by C. Q. Young
A great conclusion to an epic sci-fi series. This book can be read out of sequence. A special ""Thank You" to Mr. Benford for enriching my life with his story telling.Published 15 months ago by HAL
This whole series is incredible. I must say I strongly disagree with many of the disapproving reviews here on amazon. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Tomiddings
A bit of real science and a good story is what I look for in a Science-Fiction book - the Galactic Center series has a great deal of both. Read morePublished on November 14, 2013 by P M Fulghum
What a huge disappointment!
Hopefully, this is the last in the series of books about the doings in the "Galactic Center" and it is a confused mish-mosh of ideas that the... Read more
Pushing limits; especially time is where G. B. is best. Story line is beyond belief but you can trace the science behind it. The series provide months of entertainment. Read morePublished on March 14, 2013 by Pete Campanella
SAILING BRIGHT ETERNITY by Gregory Benford is the conclusion of a series that failed to live up to its jacket blurb. Reading 50 or so pages in, I stopped because of boredom. Read morePublished on November 16, 2011 by Albert R. Rustebakke