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I have to say that I'd ready this story way back, so I knew exactly what to expect from this story. I consider this to be right at the end of Greg Bears golden period and as such, it is a good story, but doesn't reach the heights of his pervious classics (Eon, Forge of God, Eternity).
However the narration is very good and in fact I did pick up on bits of the story that I had missed (or didn't remember) from the my first reading of the story.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful
Was expecting something very different ie the beginning of "the way" however what I got was a whole new story with an amazing concept. Not entirely sure what to think of it however I'm glad I listened to it and will do so again. Very different from the original trilogy but a good book in its own right.
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While not a bad story in and of itself, this book is only very loosely related to Eon and Eternity. If you like books about surviving on alien planets, this story may be for you. If you're looking for a story about Thistledown and the Way and Jarts, this is not the book for you.
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main character wasn't a part of the plot, more of a passenger, he had little influence until the end, left me wanting