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Modesitt presents three very different civilizations confronted with relevant problems, and interweaves their fate with some seriously challenging and intriguing speculations on the nature of time itself.Nov 01 2010 | Read Full Review of Empress of Eternity
(I told you that Modesitt, Jr., uses a lot of “y’s” in this narrative, possibly because of how vowels change over time, but maybe also for Jason’s stated rule of “don’t make names too hard to pronounce.” More on that later.) They communicate mostly by pulse — electronic speech which may as well ...Jan 23 2011 | Read Full Review of Empress of Eternity
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