Magnificat by Julian May
(Galactic Milieu Trilogy/Julian May, Bk 3)

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The eagerly awaited finale of a modern SF classic--May's Galactic Milieu Trilogy, which began with Jack the Bodiless and continued with Diamond Mask. The mystery involving Jack the Bodiless, the metaphysically talented Dorothea, and Fury, the insane metaphysic creature determined to become sole ruler over all humankind, explodes anew. At last, the momentous secret at the heart of the trilogy is revealed.

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About Julian May

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JULIAN MAY lives in Washington state and has been writing science fiction and fantasy for more than thirty years.
Published April 20, 2011 by Del Rey. 432 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Comics & Graphic Novels. Fiction

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Marc prepares hundreds of psychically active embryos as mental boosters while he creates Mental Man, but he doesn't know that Fury has subverted them.

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The story line courses through the marriage of Diamond Mask and Jack the Bodiless, the uncovering of the identity of the Fury and the completion of some mind-enhancing scientific projects that will enable human minds to become the most powerful in the galaxy.

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This being accomplished, Marc, being basically immortal, morphs into an alien called Atoning Unifex, who, assuming the form of a ghost, shepherds the Remillards – Marc and Jack’s large extended family – through the tumultuous years leading up to the Great Intervention and beyond.

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