Magnificat

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Random House Publishing Group, Apr 20, 2011 - Fiction - 432 pages
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The eagerly awaited finale of a modern SF classic--May's Galactic Milieu Trilogy, which began with Jack the Bodiless and continued with Diamond Mask. The mystery involving Jack the Bodiless, the metaphysically talented Dorothea, and Fury, the insane metaphysic creature determined to become sole ruler over all humankind, explodes anew. At last, the momentous secret at the heart of the trilogy is revealed.


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User Review  - stuart10er - LibraryThing

Final book in this series. Brings to fruition the Metaphysical Rebellion as well as the destruction of Fury. Wanted more of the Rebellion and less on Fury. The whole Fury plot line is interesting but totally took over the novel. Read full review

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User Review  - Karlstar - LibraryThing

I really enjoyed this series. To me, this was a great opportunity to revisit some of the great characters of the Many-Colored Land series, and read about all that lead up to the events of that series ... Read full review

Contents

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EPILOGUE
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Julian May was born in Chicago in 1931. She has written numerous books, including The Many-Colored Land, The Golden Torc, The Nonborn King, The Adversary, and Intervention (Book One: The Surveillance and Book Two: The Metaconcert). Magnificat completes her trilogy of novels involving metapsychic humanity and the talented Remillard family. Julian May lives in the state of Washington.


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