The Temporal Void is so clearly the second book in a trilogy that I’m glad that I didn’t start it until the series was complete. Hamilton’s work just keeps getting better and better. My only complaint about this installment is that it had too much of Edeard’s story, but not enough of anyone else’s. Yes, I know that Edeard was my favorite in The Dreaming Void
, but the plotlines following Inigo, Araminta, and Justine were important too. Hamilton left these characters hanging way too soon.
John Lee’s narration was quite good. After listening to Pandora's Star
, I really thought that I’d never listen to anything narrated by him again. However, he’s much better in the Void Trilogy than he was in that book. I downloaded The Evolutionary Void
so I could start it immediately upon finishing this.