A Quantum Mythology

A Quantum Mythology In the far future many years after the loss of earth humanity has changed Strength is the only way to survive And the most vicious man alive has a new con in mindHere and now a man with unnatural p

  • Title: A Quantum Mythology
  • Author: Gavin G. Smith
  • ISBN: 9780575126992
  • Page: 358
  • Format: Paperback
  • In the far future, many years after the loss of earth, humanity has changed Strength is the only way to survive And the most vicious man alive has a new con in mindHere and now, a man with unnatural powers hunts down a killer with impossible abilities Infused with a barely understood alien technology, the two are merely pawns in a bigger gameA long time ago, the lIn the far future, many years after the loss of earth, humanity has changed Strength is the only way to survive And the most vicious man alive has a new con in mindHere and now, a man with unnatural powers hunts down a killer with impossible abilities Infused with a barely understood alien technology, the two are merely pawns in a bigger gameA long time ago, the last tribes of Northern Britain face an unimaginable enemy Demons risen from the sea, absorbing and twisting everything they touch But there are some among the tribes who have power, who will fightAnd all of these times are connectedGavin Smith s new epic space opera is a wide ranging exploration of the past, present and future of mankind.

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    1. I had no idea this was a direct sequel to The Age of Scorpio. The action picks up literally where that novel ended pity the poor reader who goes into the second volume cold. And neither does this one end, or even have the decency of some kind of resolution, so one presumes there will be a third instalment.Smith follows the same narrative structure as Scorpio, with a multi-strand narrative ranging from ancient Britain to a version of now to the far distant future. Again, the strands don’t so m [...]

    2. After reading the second book in the Age of Scorpio trilogy, I still cannot really describe what this book is like.It is weird. Ancient Briton, current, and far-future timelines all woven together with even more ancient technology.Just bizarre. And wonderful.P.S. There is violence. Just FYI.

    3. I got this book free in a GoodReads giveaway, without knowing anything about it. Unfortunately, it appears to be the follow up to another book,The Age of Scorpio. Perhaps if I'd read the first book, this one might have made sense, but as it was, it was very difficult to keep up with what was going on (although I think that's as much just the author giving very little ground to the reader, and throwing you in at the deep end).And, alas, I also just didn't really like it very much. The book is spr [...]

    4. Follow up to 2013's Age of Scorpio, so I can't go too much into plot details. Follows that books structure of alternating between 3 timelines (though this time one of those alternates between 2 plot threads). The various plot lines are interconnected & the connections have started to become more tangible since the previous instalment. Despite the connectivity each plot threads almost reads like a separate book. The far future is an ultaviolent space opera set in an almost nightmarishly bleak [...]

    5. I did not read the first book in the series, and came into the story completely blind. Time-traveling-story-telling did work surprisingly well for the story in this book. It is visible that a lot of in depth research was don while writing it. The font chosen for the paperback however was way to small for me, but then hey, I need glasses to read, so it might be different for you in this particular area. Cover art was lovely, Book was really hefty which I liked and again the level of detailed writ [...]

    6. Weird space opera, in a good way. Lots of bio tech, lots of action, lots of blood. Mysterious world ending entities rising from the ocean, far future treasure hunt, and ancient Britons trying to make sense of it all.

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