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Gollancz, 1989 - Science fiction - 323 pages
18 Reviews
"Multiple Nebula and Hugo Award winner Greg Bear returns to the Earth of his acclaimed novel Eon - a world decimated by nuclear death. Forty years on from Eon, Rhita Vaskayza seeks an Earth once again under threat from within and without. A certain faction is determined to re-open the Way, an endless corridor that spans universes. And humankind will discover just how much they have underestimated their ancient enemies."--Back cover.

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Review: Eternity (The Way #2)

User Review  - Mike Veitch - Goodreads

A really good follow on from EON, however it was unlikely to have been as good as the original. I enjoyed catching up with the characters from EON and meeting some new ones. Where the story failed ... Read full review

Review: Eternity (The Way #2)

User Review  - Tomislav - Goodreads

This is the 1990 sequel to Greg Bear's 1985 Eon. Eon was a very good hard-sf novel, that unfortunately has come to suffer from being written at a time (1985) when nobody knew the Soviet Union was ... Read full review

About the author (1989)

Greg Bear has won two Hugo Awards and three Nebula Awards and is a past president to the Science Fiction Writers of America. He lives in Seattle, Washington.

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