In the 878th millennium of human history, Imre Bergamasc awakens after 150,000 years to the realization that he has been the victim of an elaborate murder plot - one that has destroyed the intergalactic transport milieu known as the Continuum. But now that Imre has been reborn, he will stop at nothing to help bring forth the rebirth of the galaxy.
It took a long time for this book to get going. The early parts were confusing and a bit disconnected. Once it got rolling, it was definitely more e..Show More »ngaging.
The idea of a resurrected character, male in a female body, with missing memories, is intriguing. But sometimes it was just tedious.
I'd say that the characters could be better developed, and the sweeping mysteries could be less annoying.
I enjoyed it, and will probably listen to more.« Show Less
In the far future, in the aftermath of a mysterious galactic catastrophe, a false prophet comes face to face with his greatest adversary yet: a man who thinks he's God - and might very well be right. While the battle for Earth rages around them, they face off, one wanting to conquer the world and the other to redeem it. The victory may well decide the future of the galaxy, and of humanity itself.
Not a self-contained book. While not bad in terms of some of the ideas (very "talky"), its confusing without having read the prior book
Imre Bergamasc's life has been nothing if not interesting. Returning from the grave to rule the galaxy, one might be tempted to say that he's taken the worst the universe could throw at him and emerged triumphant. But Imre's problems are only beginning.
Good writer. Good Narrator.
But, content not for me.