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After humanity dies, will we be resurrected by our own inventions?
The complete Mortal Passage trilogy is now available on Kindle in this complete 10th anniversary edition which includes all three of the original stories, "Passages in the Void," "The Passage Home," and "Mortal Passage," as well as the bonus story, "Rite of
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Kindle Edition, 130 pages
Published November 4th 2014 by Peachfront Press
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Michael Hobson
Nov 25, 2015 rated it it was amazing
This is the book I always wanted to write. A story of how the human race would survive by travelling through interstellar space, and a story not about the destination, but more the million years journey inbetween. How would we find suitable planets? How long would that journey take? Would we have to freeze ourselves, or continually reproduce generations and generations? Or would we 'pause' completely, only storing DNA and letting machines ferry our genetic makeup millions of years into the Unive ...more
Igor Stojanov
Dec 08, 2017 rated it really liked it
Roger Williams tells a story of how humanity can transcend his biological form, travel the galaxy in search of new Earths and return back to its own human origin.

I personally liked the Metamorphosis of Prime Intellect more, but it has a similar narrative.

Quotes I liked:
The first thing about humans is that they are precious. Their experience is rich and intense and fleeting, and nothing of theirs is preserved from one generation to the next.
The second thing about humans is that they do not und
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Kevin
Mar 20, 2018 rated it did not like it
Not impressed

Stories where not well thought thru and the plot was thinner, I expected more. Not really worth reading. Maybe with some more development it would be better.
Ronny
Jul 30, 2016 added it
I liked this book, a look at the future of humanity with a technology level around our current, and no hand wavy "future physics".
It's basically a collection of short stories set in the same world, my least favorite of which was the last one, the only one that actually is set to a human PoV
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As a child, I tried to figure out how to start with a grain of sand and end up with a working computer. Today, I'm a computer programmer who creates custom systems for heavy industry. Somewhere along the way, I became interested in the question of just how far the human mind can go, assuming a sufficiently advanced technology. Maybe sometimes...a little too far. I am the author of THE METAMORPHOSI ...more