War in Heaven

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Random House Publishing Group, Oct 21, 2009 - Fiction - 652 pages
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RETURN OF THE PRODIGAL SON

Danlo wi Soli Ringess has returned from the Vild, the first lightship pilot to escape that hellish region of fractured space and deadly supernovas where giant computer-gods make war on each other.

But the Civilized Worlds face their own threat of war. A fanatical cult has seized the fabled city of Neverness and plans to take over the galaxy. Though the cult worships Danlo's long-lost father as a god, he casts his lot with its opponents--and is sent to Neverness to try to reason with its leaders. Instead he must fight to survive: against the warrior-poet who has vowed to take his life, the madman with a star-killing weapon and a grim ultimatum, the charismatic leader of the cult--once Danlo's greatest friend, now his fiercest enemy--and his own unbreakable vow never to harm a living thing.

A contemporary master of speculative fiction and incomparable world-building, David Zindell continues his monumental epic that sweeps us from the outer reaches of the galaxy to the inner depths of the human mind, a stirring cosmic drama of a man of peace torn between the implacable cosmic forces of divinity and destruction.


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User Review  - igor.kh - LibraryThing

Final book of the Requiem for Homo Sapiens quartet. Each book, including this one, is entertainingly written in an evocative and affective style, which spares neither a draught of tea nor the proving ... Read full review

Review: War in Heaven (A Requiem for Homo Sapiens #3)

User Review  - Milele - Goodreads

This book is really good in parts and... not entirely consistently good. I cried in the middle (any parent will know where) and thought at that point I would rate the book four stars, but ended up ... Read full review

About the author (2009)

In addition to" Lord of Lies, "David Zindell" "is the author of "The Lightstone" and "The Silver Sword "and several critically acclaimed novels including "Neverness,"" The Broken God," and" The Wild," He resides in Colorado.

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