Book Reviews of The Boat of a Million Years

The Boat of a Million Years
The Boat of a Million Years
Author: Poul Anderson
ISBN-13: 9780812502701
ISBN-10: 0812502701
Publication Date: 1/15/1991
Pages: 530
Rating:
  • Currently 2.8/5 Stars.
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2.8 stars, based on 19 ratings
Publisher: Tor Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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A searing ride through our human past and future. Makes us feel the passions of these few immortals, and wonder at where destiny eventually takes them. A must read..............
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Classic sci-fi with a colorful cast of characters and a world of wonder. A gripping adventure for fans of space fiction.
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The story was good but it took it awhile to get started. The story line jumped enough that the book tended to get confusing to me. I liked the story, but one reading was enough for me.
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A science fiction classic.
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Interesting concept
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A fat book but mostly a series of short stories or episodes about a various group of immortals trying to understand why they've been blessed/cursed, and trying to stay alive through the ages. They do all get together at the end, and are the catalyst that turns humans into something quite different; but most of this book is comprised of their individual tales.