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A World Too NearIn Bright of the Sky, Kay Kenyon introduced a milieu unique in science fiction and fantasy The Entire, a five armed radial universe that exists in a dimension without stars and planets and is parallel to our own universe Stretched over The Entire is a lid of plasma, called the bright, which ebbs and flows, bringing day and twilight Under the vast canopy of the bright live many galactic species, copied from our own universe Former star pilot Titus Quinn loves The Entire, but now he must risk annihilating it by destroying the fortress of Ahnenhoon To sustain a faltering Entire, Ahnenhoon s great engine will soon reach through the brane separating the universes and consume our own universe in a concentrated ball of fire Quinn sets off on a journey across The Entire armed with the nan, a small ankle bracelet containing nanoscale military technology that can reduce Ahnenhoon and its deadly engine to chaos He must pursue his mission even though his wife is held prisoner in Ahnenhoon and his own daughter has sent the assassin MoTi to hunt him down As he traverses the galactic distances of The Entire, he learns of the secrets of its geography, its fragile storm walls, its eons long history, and the factions that contend for dominance One of these factions is led by his daughter, who though young and a slave, has at her command a transforming and revolutionary power As Quinn wrestles with looming disaster and approaches the fabled concentric rings of Ahnenhoon s defenses, he learns that in the Entire, nothing is what it appears Its denizens are all harboring secrets, and the greatest of these is the nature of the Entire itself. Best Download [ A World Too Near ] Author [ Kay Kenyon ] – quickpaydayloansonlineuk.co.uk

Read reviews Kay Kenyon ✓ A World Too Near à mystery thriller ↠ Read Online – quickpaydayloansonlineuk.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 425 pages
  • A World Too Near
  • Kay Kenyon
  • English
  • 19 September 2017
  • 1591026423

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  1. A year later, and I m back to The Entire and the Rose for round two Unlike most epic series, it was surprisingly easy to pick up where I d left off and remember who everyone was and what they were after Credit goes to Kenyon s unforgettable world building and her memorable if not likable characters A World Too near, though, has two crucial elements that Bright of the Sky did not a serious threat propelling the story, and an actual mission to give the hero a sense of purpose The Entire, you A year later, and I m back to The Entire and the Rose for round two Unlike most epic series, it was surprisingly easy to pick up where I d left off and remember who everyone was and what they were after Credit goes to Kenyon s unforgettable world building and her memorable if not likable characters A World Too near, though, has two crucial elements that Bright of the Sky did not a serious threat propelling the story, and an actual mission to give the hero a sense of purpose The Entire, you see, is an artificial universe, and its creators have built an engine to annihilate our own universe the Rose and use it as fuel for the Entire That s a pretty big darn SF idea, and the hero s mission should he choose to accept it is to destroy the engine before it goes into high gear.The problem, once again, is that the main character, Titus Quinn, is too much of a cipher Other characters talk about him, and are impressed by him, but the man himself is something of a no personality blank which i...

  2. The 2nd book in the series picks up quickly after the events of the first book, and moves at a very brisk pace compared to book 1 The novel adds a great deal of depth to many of the characters, and provides many layers of detail to the environment that Kay Kenyon has created After rea...

  3. GAH I would LOVE to give this bookstars but I m afraid Kay Kenyon makes me feel too much like I ve been scammed, or that I m a chump, to give this book the credit it deserves This book is a wonderful follow up to the first book, Bright of the Sky, the characters are fardeveloped, the relationships farcomplex, and the risks all ...

  4. I m having a bit of trouble caring what happens to these characters This is book 2, I ll finish the series, but only because it will bug me if I don t.Finished the book and still didn t care about the characters Interesting bits and pieces, but taken as a whole, was ju...

  5. Have not yet finished this I have enjoyed the basic plot of both books and the interesting universe, but the role of Helice is annoying me it is becoming too much front and centre in the story and detracting from the alien roles.March 2011 have still not finished this book, and have too many oth...

  6. I did manage manage to finish it, which raised it above a 1 But the story is slow and the characters not well drawn to the point that I don t care to finish the series, and thus the story.

  7. Just couldn t get into it or make myself care.

  8. This was a Reading List Short List honor title in the Science Fiction category for 2009 For the complete list, go to

  9. Originally posted on my review blog, Stomping on Yeti, at the following location Words or Less An undeniable triumph of world building, Kay Kenyon s The Entire and The Rose is a science fantasy tale of two worlds worth exploring despite the gradual pace dictated by occasional prose problems return return The Good Absolutely unique world building that combines science fiction and fantasy elements and continues to grow throughtout the entire series Ca Originally posted on my review blog, Stomping on Yeti, at the following location Words or Less An undeniable triumph of world building, Kay Kenyon s The Entire and The Rose is a s...

  10. I found this second book of the series perhaps evengripping than the first Yes it s long and sometimes feels a little tedious but I loved the complex political maneuvering and all too real emotions playing in the various characters, especially those Chalin who must pretend to love the Tarig overlords while plotting to overthrow them.The very flawed Titus Quinn is back again, accompanied by his Entire friend Anzi, and this time by an evenflawed Helice who portrays and all to real I found this second book of the series perhaps evengripping than the first Yes it s long and sometimes feels a little tedious but I loved the complex political maneuvering and all too real emotions playing in the various characters, especi...