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The Evolutionary Void by Peter F. Hamilton
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Jul 29, 2011

This is a book that throws the big numbers in physics about like pinball scores.

I loved it. Of course if you've not read the preceding two books it won't make any sense, so start with the Dreaming Void, then the Temporal Void. Each book has its own resonance. This one is just fine fun, and wraps everything up rather wonderfully, while still managing to surprise and astound like few other writers still do.

And its all so patently ridiculous it's hard not to feel like you are part of the joke. Space opera fans rejoice, for this is excellent.


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