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Judas Unchained


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ISBN13: 9780345461674
ISBN10: 0345461673
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The stunning conclusion to the far-future adventure that began in "Pandora's Star" finds the fractious Commonwealth caught between two deadly enemies. This will be humanity's finest hour--or its last gasp.

About the Author

Peter F. Hamilton is the author of numerous short stories and novels, including Pandoras Star, Fallen Dragon, and the acclaimed epic Nights Dawn trilogy (The Reality Dysfunction, The Neutronium Alchemist, and The Naked God). Hamilton lives in England.

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Jvstin, July 28, 2009 (view all comments by Jvstin)
In this second volume of the Pandora's Star duology, Hamilton really comes of age as a writer.

Don't get me wrong. Judas Unchained is in many respects the typical future space opera that Hamilton is known for. JU is set as a sequel to Pandora's Star, in a universe where wormhole technology and rejuvenation have led to a world where a commonwealth of planets are connected by trains and wormholes. And where an accidental release of an xenophobic alien species threatens to bring down the Commonwealth for good.

Beyond that, though, Hamilton shows an improvement and maturity on his writing from his previous efforts. Some of Hamilton's previous series and novels have suffered from a bit of a deux ex machina ending, as if he was unable to come up with answers within context to the major tsunami of tsuris sent his characters and worlds.

In JU, without giving too much away, the explicit chance that the readers might expect for that Deux ex machine ending actually turns out to be a red herring. The problems are resolved by humans and in a satisfactory manner.

The characters continue to develop and grow from the first novel, and finding out the ultimate fates of Paula Myo, Mellanie Rescorai, Ozzie, Captain Kime, and the galaxy of characters is a major driver. The novel crackles of energy.

I wouldn't start here, starting with Pandora's Star is a much better option. And once you devour that volume and come to this one, I promise you will be most satisfied, as I was.
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Paul McFarland, August 1, 2007 (view all comments by Paul McFarland)
The direct continuation of Pandora?s Star. Do not read this without reading Pandora?s star first. It is all one long book and it will not make since. The continuation of the conflict between the Commonwealth and the Primes. With the continued mystery of the existence of the Starflyer. A magnificent giant novel of the future.

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Hamilton, Peter F
Del Rey Books
Hamilton, Peter F.
Life on other planets
Science Fiction - Adventure
Science fiction
Science Fiction - Space Opera
Science / Adventure
Science Fiction and Fantasy-Space Opera
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The Commonwealth Saga
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6.84x4.24x1.39 in. 1.04 lbs.

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