Eternity

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Victor Gollancz Limited, Dec 1, 2010 - Science fiction - 336 pages
18 Reviews

Here, from the other side of time, come:

THISTLEDOWN, the asteroid starship of a future that is not quite our

future;

GAIA, a parallel reality where Alexander the Great's empire has ruled for

two thousand years;

and

THE WAY, an infinite corridor through space-time which traverses and

encompasses whole universes.

And as the strands of these mysteries are unravelled, so the ordering and the end of mankind -- and our entire Universe -- come into question.

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Review: Eternity (The Way #2)

User Review  - Donny Price - Goodreads

Superb sequel to Bear's masterpiece Eon, returning us to the plot and main characters several decades down the line from the plot of the first novel. Excellent work with preserving/developing ... Read full review

Review: Eternity (The Way #2)

User Review  - Marko - Goodreads

The problem is, nothing happens for most of the book. At the end we learn a little bit more about the Way and the Jarts (that's the reason for the 2nd star), but for the most part it's Hexamon politics and endless space opera. Read full review

About the author (2010)

Greg Bear is one of the greats of SF. His classic novel EON (part of the SF Masterworks list) was part of the boom in high concept, grand scale SF from the USA that revitalised the genre in the 1980s. His novel BLOOD MUSIC is an uniquely uplifting apocalyptic novel about evolution overtaking mankind. He has won both the HUGO and NEBULA AWARDS. He lives in the USA.

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