The Evolutionary Void Exposed as the Second Dreamer Araminta has become the target of a galaxywide search by government agent Paula Myo and the psychopath known as the Cat along with others equally determined to prevent

  • Title: The Evolutionary Void
  • Author: Peter F. Hamilton
  • ISBN: 9780345496577
  • Page: 263
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Exposed as the Second Dreamer, Araminta has become the target of a galaxywide search by government agent Paula Myo and the psychopath known as the Cat, along with others equally determined to prevent or facilitate the pilgrimage of the Living Dream cult into the heart of the Void An indestructible microuniverse, the Void may contain paradise, as the cultists believe,Exposed as the Second Dreamer, Araminta has become the target of a galaxywide search by government agent Paula Myo and the psychopath known as the Cat, along with others equally determined to prevent or facilitate the pilgrimage of the Living Dream cult into the heart of the Void An indestructible microuniverse, the Void may contain paradise, as the cultists believe, but it is also a deadly threat For the miraculous reality that exists inside its boundaries demands energy energy drawn from everything outside those boundaries from planets, stars, galaxies from everything that lives Meanwhile, the parallel story of Edeard, the Waterwalker as told through a series of addictive dreams communicated to the gaiasphere via Inigo, the First Dreamer continues to unfold But now the inspirational tale of this idealistic young man takes a darker and troubling turn as he finds himself faced with powerful new enemies and temptations powerful still With time running out, a repentant Inigo must decide whether to release Edeard s final dream a dream whose message is scarcely less dangerous than the pilgrimage promises to be And Araminta must choose whether to run from her unwanted responsibilities or face them down, with no guarantee of success or survival But all these choices may be for naught if the monomaniacal Ilanthe, leader of the breakaway Accelerator Faction, is able to enter the Void For it is not paradise she seeks there, but dominion.

    • [KINDLE] ✓ Free Download ☆ The Evolutionary Void : by Peter F. Hamilton ✓
      263 Peter F. Hamilton
    • thumbnail Title: [KINDLE] ✓ Free Download ☆ The Evolutionary Void : by Peter F. Hamilton ✓
      Posted by:Peter F. Hamilton
      Published :2020-02-16T21:04:03+00:00

    About "Peter F. Hamilton"

    1. Peter F. Hamilton

      Peter F Hamilton is a British science fiction author He is best known for writing space opera As of the publication of his tenth novel in 2004, his works had sold over two million copies worldwide, making him Britain s biggest selling science fiction author.

    141 thoughts on “The Evolutionary Void”

    1. a rousing end to hamilton s most ambitious hard science space opera yet the author certainly believes in the everything but the kitchen sink approach, as this trilogy although it is truly of a quintet includes EVERTHING artificial intelligences, sun diving, galactic religious movements, bionic enhancements, alien species including a sci fi explanation for ELVES for chrissakes , a range of modes of space time travel, mysteries that have lasted a millenia, lots of space battles, detailed world bu [...]

    2. Having waited what feels like eternity to get a mass market paperback edition of this, the final volume in the Void trilogy, I went back and re read the first two volumes in order to remind myself what was going on.Those previous volumes did not withstand a second reading very well their primary plus points were the new SF ideas and of course, they aren t new second time around So1400p to remind myself of the backstory, then onwards The final volume suffers problems similar to those of Hamilton [...]

    3. Here it is, the book I ve been waiting nearly two years for The Evolutionary Void The conclusion to the Void Trilogy, started with The Dreaming Void and followed up by The Temporal Void, is by far my most anticipated book of the year and the series is making very strong noises to be my favourite finished series ever So, with expectations that simply couldn t get any higher, does The Evolutionary Void meet these Simple answer Hell yeah The Evolutionary Void picks up immediately where The Temporal [...]

    4. We discover what the Void is sort of We discover what Makkathran is We find out who Aaron is and who he s working for exactly, and There s a lot going on in this book and I couldn t put it down for the last 5% The other 95% however, I was pushing myself to stay motivated I wanted to know how it would all end but at the same time I just wanted it to end.Now that I ve finished the Trilogy it s hard not to compare it to its predecessor The Commonwealth Saga I loved Pandora s Star review Even thoug [...]

    5. And so Peter Hamilton s space opera comes to an end in if I m honest a not particularly satisfactory fashion All in all, this is a long tale, over 2100 pages across three volumes and although Hamilton is clearly skilled at marshalling his large cast to where he needs them, the ending still managed to feel incredibly rushed It s almost as if the author enjoyed hanging out on the alien worlds he created and loved spending time with his characters, that what would constitute an actual conclusion wa [...]

    6. Peter Hamilton s ambitious space opera comes to an end When I first picked up this series when I found a copy of the Dreaming Void in a holiday camp in Spain in 2007 I really didn t get it There were too many characters and too many concepts for my 15 year old self to grasp I only found out years later that this is the second trilogy set in this universe That knowledge might have helped considerably 10 years later, I ve finally finished the void trilogy I no longer think there were too many char [...]

    7. Once in a while, a book or series of books will come along that just awe me with the amount of work and imagination it must have taken to create The Void trilogy did just that To be able to weave high fantasy on one half, with high technology on the other Clarke s axiom is in full effect here about high technology being indistinguishable from magic , and send them both on a collision course, was amazing to read The only thing that got in the way from this being a five star book series for me was [...]

    8. I couldn t hold myself back and read the whole thing in nearly a day It was so satisfying to see everything fall in place So many twists and overall great storytelling kept me glued to the book and I hardly could put it down.Peter F Hamilton is truly a master of the scfi genre and I absolutely love his writing and his ideas His style is definitely not for everyone, most of the people I read reviews of gave up because the story builds up very slowly But if you have enough stamina to get through t [...]

    9. I really wanted to like this series than I did After all, I spent 2000 pages or so of my reading time working my way through it I mean, who wants to put in all that effort and time and come out going, Meh I pondered the exhaustive world building, all the human types and the political factions, pieces which did ostensibly seem to fit in together No small feat considering just how BIG the human commonwealth is The interesting bionic genetic manipulation technology which, while lacking a deep expl [...]

    10. This book is the last of the Void trilogy by Peter Hamilton The Living Dream movement is sending pilgrimage to the Void, in a fleet of twelve enormous spacecraft They intend to enter the Void, and live on the planet Querencia They learned about the planet from the dreamer, Inigo, who broadcast dreams about Edeard to the whole galaxy The problem is that if the Living Dream enters the Void, it will expand and destroy the galaxy So, a few desperate allies are trying to find a way to prevent the pil [...]

    11. I really don t see any way Peter F Hamilton can top the Void Trilogy This was an absolutely riveting series and I m kind of sad it s over, and I m not the kind of reader who gets into really huge, complicated series I really liked how well Hamilton tied up all the plot lines It was quite an achievement In a way, it s refreshing to see something wrapped up so well in three volumes.I didn t like John Lee s narration when I first heard him in Pandora s Star, but I think he s grown on me with the Vo [...]

    12. 4.5 starsThe Void Trilogy is an amazing effort made by one of the master s of science fiction While I do think that readers may appreciate this series if they read Pandora s Star and Judas Unchained first, it s not absolutely necessary as I have proved It is impossible not to enjoy a series this sprawling, complex, tightly woven and incredibly written Though some readers might not feel that this is Hamilton s best effort, it is still worth checking out as few authors can master science fiction [...]

    13. The last book in void Trilogy started really well but it for me at least it focused at least too much on Edeards s story Already we had got a huge chunk of his story in the last book, and whatever his story was in this book it came repeating same pattern where in Edeards finds himself in some kind of soup and as he has got an reset switch with him, he does same thing again and again with different circumstances.Hamilton has really milked the Makkathran story to the last drop, and I just could no [...]

    14. I finished The Evolutionary Void by PF Hamilton, the highly awaited finale to the Void trilogy and it is the sf novel of the year and the best PF Hamilton at least since The Reality Dysfunction which I still consider the best PFH for its unabashed sense of wonder and larger than life characters if not ever.Everything comes together into the grand finale and here there should be no complaints about weak endings, deus ex machina and all and there are enough twists and turns to make one realize wh [...]

    15. Executive Summary A good, but not great conclusion to a good, but not great trilogy 3.5 Stars.Audio book I really like John Lee, especially for these Commonwealth books Another excellent job here.Full ReviewI think this book wraps things up pretty nicely, but I didn t quite enjoy this one as much as The Temporal Void That book heavily revolved around Edeard s story, which is really fantasy than sci fi and I found very enjoyable But I guess I grew tired of it, because those parts seemed to drag [...]

    16. I will repeat myself this trilogy was MIND BLOWING What Hamilton have managed to create here is absolutely beyond one s imagination except his, of course.Number one in my places to visit list Makkathran The trilogy has all you can expect from a space opera alien species, two universes, enhanced humans several types , numerous planets, multiple plots, astounding technologies, etc, etcAn amazing saga which I m sad is over

    17. I was gearing up for this book to be 5 stars As it went on, though, it became a solid 4 star book with leanings towards 3.5 The entire galaxy is at stake in this series but it never feels scary Our heroes start down a path to save everyone, and they never fuck up Somehow, they keep doing exactly the right thing Everyone says exactly what they should when they need to sway someone to their side I mean, one of the main characters was a straight up program, put there in case of doomsday he had ever [...]

    18. I ll confess that I approached this final book in the Void trilogy with a little trepidation The cause was my previous experience with the Night s Dawn trilogy which was a fantastic read, but the ending fell a little flat for me There was no need, this was a fantastic conclusion to the story For me this has everything I look for in great sci fi There s some fascinating concepts here, mixed with good plot and characters And for those who enjoy exotic weaponry, some well drawn fights.The weakness [...]

    19. Couldn t put it down.When I play computer games, I m forced to admit that sometimes I go back to an earlier save point when things aren t going perfectly Peter F Hamilton seems to have taken this concept to a new level with his Void trilogy.The idea is that, at the heart of the galaxy, lies this void in which the governing laws are quite different Humans have psychic abilities, but machines don t work too well And humans can reset back to a previous point at will.The problem is that this reset r [...]

    20. I finished this only because I d already invested so much time in the earlier books Edeard s story just gets tiresome and mundane the deeper you get In fact it becomes positively idiotic It feels like a complete regression into some archaic world where people have evolved into some medieval culture complete with inane conversations Worse still, is the fact that there is no character development for anyone except Edeard in the void They are just a bunch of appendages without any opinions of ther [...]

    21. A pretty good end to the Void trilogy, wrapping up both Edeard s personal journey within the Void and the widespread shenanigans going on outside Alas, the book does seem to stall a little compared to its two antecedents There are quite a lot of characters just waiting in the wings doing a great deal of nothing during the book a fact highlighted when the characters we do follow say This task I m doing will take three days, and then on the next line they re done, merely flagging the fact that all [...]

    22. Checking out the sample in the kindle app, since the spell check in the bn nook app sucks didn t have marque The author has a healthy vocabulary, and is also British But I like big fonts He has a lot of backstory, true, but the backstory is all silvery and sparkly 80 Coolness.Location 1632 1635 12% No Not back in the fantasy world with Edeard Location 2672 2674 20% The Silfen are back babyLocation 5403 5405 40% I m tired of this Edeard stuff 53% I m at a cool cosmic y outer space partThe Kindle [...]

    23. This is competently written, with consistent style and fairly readable I never warmed to the story because every time there is a plot complication, he solves it with inventing bigger and faster machines or newer technology He appears to have a touching faith in the ability of technology to solve problems Deus ex machina is for him the answer to all plot problems I suspect there is some remnant of theology lurking under his glossy science constructs because the Waterwalker get this he walks on wa [...]

    24. You know how some authors seem to finish a book properly Damn, Hamilton knows how to end a book and a series I realized this as my anticipation grew as I neared the end of this one Made me look back across all his titles I have read and remember that they all pack a punch This one had me on the edge of my seat.Finishing up the Void series, Hamilton once again reaffirmed my belief that he is in the top of the class of HiTech Sci Fi A truly epic story in three parts, each delivers the goods.When t [...]

    25. The third and final installment in Hamilton s Void trilogy Thankfully, it has only very few and comparatively short Edeard chapters this time, and those even are on a somewhat comedic note although I am not certain the author actually intended them to be that way thanks to some Groundhog Day elements getting mixed into the Epic Fantasy In retrospect although I am quite certain that the author did not actually intend it that way , this might even be read as a self parodistic commentary on all the [...]

    26. Most of Peter Hamilton s novels published this century belong to the ever sprawling universe of the Intersolar Commonwealth, made possible through rejuvenation treatment and easy interstellar travel by FTL drive and via wormhole And within this growing galactic conurbation there are groupings of novels with closer links, like streetlights clustered at intersections along the dark arterial roads of the spaceways The slimline singleton Misspent Youth, set in the middle of this century, laid the f [...]

    27. Okay, I m not sure if I wasn t paying attention to book two, but The Evolutionary Void definitely jumped the tracks a bit and careened off into the nebulous science fantasy genre Not that there s anything fundamentally wrong with science fantasy, but the effect is sort of like going to a Star Trek convention, passing out on the last day and waking up to the cosplay contest of an anime con Not unpleasant per se, but definitely disconcerting.Where book two, The Temporal Void, was mostly about the [...]

    28. This is the final installment of the Void Trilogy, the previous two of which are The Dreaming Void and The Temporal Void I have felt that in his previous series the last books were always a bit of a let down after the exciting build up, but thankfully this novel seems to change that Peter Hamilton seems to be learning how to be a much better writer in terms of pacing at least.The series is set in the same Commonwealth universe as the Starflyer series, but about 1000 years further ahead in time T [...]

    29. Not terribly much to add here from my reviews of the first and second books in the Void Trilogy The Evolutionary Void continues the trend of powering up the science and fantasy elements until they blend nearly seamlessly both in story and in universe technology However, I find I cannot really give TEV a full score, as I do think the style of the writing starts to, well, get a bit sloppy In general, characters start acting like they are pre determined movie tropes, and less like they are actual [...]

    30. Peter F Hamilton is not for the faint of heart or the short of memory His massive books are complexly plotted, and refer back to previous, and equally massive, books without any hint of compassion for a reader who might not have spent the last few years grimly memorizing every detail of his work.To sum up, The Evolutionary Void Del Rey, 28, 694 pages concludes the trilogy that began with The Dreaming Void 608 pages and moved through The Temporal Void 736 pages and actually builds on the universe [...]

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *