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in the opening list of characters is revealed a bit of the mystery of the book. skip the list. that is insane.Published 16 days ago by Amazon Customer
The actual content of Hamilton's universe is amazing if you love sci-fi. It's rich and thick with logical reasoning.
HOWEVER, Hamilton's writing style is dreadfully slow. Read more
Great Series but their is so much going on that it can be easy to get lost at times. EndPublished 22 days ago by PhntmBlackIce
great sequel. huge book. love it. author had a great imagination. hope the future is as cool as the book is.Published 1 month ago
This was part two of the 2-part Space Novel by Peter Hamilton. It didn't disappoint. It's a long haul, with both books over 1,000 pages, and covers lots of ground. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Myles Marcovitch
Great Sci-fi Novel one of my favorites. Very long book stick it out and you won't be disappointed.Published 1 month ago by Sol
As usual, a fascinating and rich world is created along with a novel and interesting story line, only to fizz out with an ending that is both predictable and utterly unbelievable... Read morePublished 2 months ago by xenoc
I'll try not to spoil the plot, but if you are sensitive to things like this, skip this review where I indicate the spoilers start. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
You really identify with so!e of the characters. I am looking forward to reading the void books. Hopefully they will continue in the same vain.Published 2 months ago by Stephen Miller