Eon / Eternity

Eon Eternity EonAbove our planet hangs a hollow Stone vast as the imagination of Man The inner dimensions are at odds with the outer there are different chambers to be breached some containing deserted cities an

  • Title: Eon / Eternity
  • Author: Greg Bear
  • ISBN: 9780739403464
  • Page: 181
  • Format: Hardcover
  • EonAbove our planet hangs a hollow Stone, vast as the imagination of Man The inner dimensions are at odds with the outer there are different chambers to be breached, some containing deserted cities and the furthest chamber contains the greatest mystery ever to confront the Stone s scientists.EternityHere, from the other side of time, come THISTLEDOWN, the asteroid starEonAbove our planet hangs a hollow Stone, vast as the imagination of Man The inner dimensions are at odds with the outer there are different chambers to be breached, some containing deserted cities and the furthest chamber contains the greatest mystery ever to confront the Stone s scientists.EternityHere, 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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    1. I was disappointed with the ending. After all that happened through the major scope of the two novels, it seemed like too happy and convenient of an ending. I was hoping for something a little more telling about ourselves then just an ending that made the reader feel like none of what was just read didn't ever happen to the characters and that the major events that occurred didn't effect them or the world for the future, which makes me as the reader feel that it didn't effect myself for the futu [...]

    2. Finishes the story begin in the first book of the trilogy (yes, I said "finishes", because the third book in the trilogy is actually a prequel to the first two. A good read.

    3. Very entertaining book. I was bit confused with the concept of the Way and such. Also, I found a few spelling and grammatical errors and it stopped the flow of the book for me. I was unaware that this was the second of a trilogy. This shows a good book since I did not need the first book to understand this one.

    4. Interesting concept. Got me thinking of the time travel paradox, but managed to avoid the bogged down discussion of that topic.

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