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An interesting mix of medieval and spec fic themes.
And although Wolfe does obviously tie up several loose ends in this part of the Book, he also clearly evokes Severian's bafflement at his own omnipotence.
If you've read the first 4 books of The New Sun series and enjoyed them, just buy this book right now.
A fathomless tale is explained here in the most opaque manner possible. We are transported once again throughout time, the entire tale unfolding right before our very eyes,... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jason Gordon
This was a strange ride, but after Wolfe left us hanging at the end of Citadel of the Autarch I had to see how this story ends. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Robert DeFrank
Certainly one of the most confusing, confounding books, ever. I've read it twice and beyond the surface events, can't figure out what it's really about. Read morePublished 4 months ago by mitchell a.
Gene Wolfe is an amazing writer. I never tire of his work. Definitely worth the read.Published 6 months ago by Louis Stanfield
...Agia doesn't reappear in this book.
When I finished Book of the new Sun, naturally I was still unclear on several points. Read more
I have read alot of Sci-fi fantasy books, Every Hugo award winner from 1952 to present. Many of the classic sci-fi "prophets". Read morePublished 7 months ago by swan
got the book but still have to finish reading it. looking forward to reading it. ,,,,, kkkk v,,,,,, ff vPublished 11 months ago by cjdoyle
I heard that the writer was great and I was in the mood to see. This series satisfied with excellent writing on a par with Paul Johnson, and Umberto Echo. Read morePublished 13 months ago by ronnie johnson