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Sailing Bright Eternity (Galactic Center, Bk 6)
Sailing Bright Eternity - Galactic Center, Bk 6
Author: Gregory Benford
In the sixth novel of his Galactic Center epic, Benford brings the series to a dramatic close with a peek into humanity's future 37,000 years hence. Nigel Walmsley, twentieth-century Earth's first starship traveler, who figured in the saga's first installment, In the Ocean of Night (1977), returns to recount recent adventures inside ...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780553573329
ISBN-10: 0553573322
Publication Date: 10/2/1996
Pages: 464
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Publisher: Spectra
Book Type: Paperback
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I read this book because I had to see how the story ended. It was semi-satisfying. There are a lot of heavy concepts in the book, and the time span is a massive scale. I feel this was a good way to wrap things up, but some of it felt rushed/not thought out. A big chunk of the book reads like a young adult novel, continuing to deal with Toby's coming of age, with a little Mark Twain vibe thrown in for good measure. I don't know that I would recommend the series to anyone but the most die-hard sci-fi fans.
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