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eBook The Dreaming Void (Void Trilogy) epub

by Peter F. Hamilton

eBook The Dreaming Void (Void Trilogy) epub
  • ISBN: 1405088818
  • Author: Peter F. Hamilton
  • Genre: Fantasy
  • Subcategory: Science Fiction
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Macmillan; Airside e. edition (2007)
  • Pages: 600 pages
  • ePUB size: 1974 kb
  • FB2 size 1342 kb
  • Formats lit lrf docx txt


The Void Trilogy is a science fiction series by British author Peter F. Hamilton. The series is set in the same universe as The Commonwealth Saga, 1,200 years after the end of Judas Unchained.

The Void Trilogy is a science fiction series by British author Peter F. Peter F. Hamilton sold the American rights to the series to Random House. The series includes the following books: The Dreaming Void (2007). The Temporal Void (2008). The Evolutionary Void (2010).

Part one of the void trilogy. First published 2007 by Macmillan. First published in paperback 2008 by Pan Books.

The Dreaming Void is the first book in this trilogy. Peter Hamilton masterfully weaves the Void dreams full of sword and sorcery into the incredible Commonwealth universe of the 35th century and creates new characters that you care about, new lifestyles and plots. The book is set in the future in the time following his original Pandora’s Star/Judas Unchained saga. The novel takes the reader on another engrossing adventure with many new characters as well as some from his previous series. A spectacle to read and highly entertaining, especially if you enjoyed Pandora's Star and Judas Unchained, which are a must read before starting the Void trilogy.

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The Dreaming Void book. The Dreaming Void: Good Start to a Follow-Up Trilogy in the Commonwealth Universe Much like the Commonwealth Saga, this is a very long, detailed, imaginative, and sprawling epic space opera that involves dozens of characters, plots, advanced technologies, alien races, ancient galactic mysteries, nefarious plots and counterplots, all told in an engaging narrative that doesn't get bogged down in exposition like.

The Dreaming Void is the first book in the Void Trilogy. In AD 3580 the Intersolar Commonwealth has spread through the galaxy to over a thousand star systems. It is a culture of rich diversity with a place for everyone. Hamilton DO NOT DELETE v. by the . Hamilton PROLOGUE ONE INIGO'S FIRST DREAM TWO INIGO'S SECOND DREAM THREE INIGO'S THIRD DREAM FOUR INIGO'S. Hamilton PROLOGUE ONE INIGO'S FIRST DREAM TWO INIGO'S SECOND DREAM THREE INIGO'S THIRD DREAM FOUR INIGO'S FOURTH DREAM FIVE INIGO'S FIFTH DREAM SIX INIGO'S SIXTH DREAM SEVEN INIGO'S SEVENTH DREAM.

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At the centre of the Intersolar Commonwealth universe is a massive black hole. This Void is not a natural artefact. Inside there is a strange universe where the laws of physics are very different to those we know. It is slowly consuming the other stars of the galactic core - one day it will have devoured the entire galaxy. It's AD 4000, and a human has started to dream of the wonderful existence of the Void. He has a following of millions of believers. They now wish to Pilgrimage to the Void to live the life they have been shown. Other starfaring species fear their migration will cause the Void to expand again. They are prepared to stop the Pilgrimage fleet no matter what the cost. The Pilgrimage begins.
Comments: (7)
Shakataxe
In a future of galactic human colonization and FTL drive, millions of people, inspired by a series of shared dreams, resolve to go on a pilgrimage that risks the destruction of the galaxy. This causes a bunch of one-attribute characters (Perky! Arrogant! Alcoholic! Fat!) to chase each other around the galaxy for reasons that are not clearly spelled out.

There are some interesting technologies, aliens, and human evolutionary paths. There are some attempts at Banksian mayhem that would work better if you cared about the stakes or even knew what the stakes were. There are some ludicrous sex scenes with an off-putting Playboy Adviser vibe. And you have to wade through more detail about 36th century apartment renovation techniques than is good for anyone.

That storyline is intertwined with the dreams themselves, which, instead of conjuring up the experience of a dream, make you feel like you are plodding through a really dull Young Adult fantasy novel, complete with adolescent-with-super-powers wish fulfillment.

Finally, after about 500 pages, just when all the meandering story arcs seem like they are going to gel into something resembling a plot ... the book ends. I'm taking a pass on the next volume.
Falya
I actually first read the first book in the second void trilogy. I was very impressed, went onto reading this trilogy and am now into the first to Commonwealth books. I am not going to write a review for each book. If you like Hamilton's writing then you will want to read them all. You can either start here, start at Pandora's star or start with his newest trilogy. There are common characters though out but its not necessary to start "at the beginning." The only reason I might recommend starting here is if you are also a fantasy fan. This book is really half hard sci-fi space opera and half fantasy. There are two very distinct main plot lines that he switches back and forth on. This is not the case if you start at the start of the Commonwealth books - which are primarily hard sci fi.

Excellent writing. Lots of plots going on all at once, which may become confusing to some. I think I personally preffered the fantasy plotline but both were great. If you do try this one and like it then you are in for a treat as you will like the rest of the books set in this universe.
Juce
Peter Hamilton’s Void trilogy is a classic and timeless space opera of his commonwealth universe.

“The Dreaming Void” is the first book in this trilogy. The book is set in the future in the time following his original Pandora’s Star/Judas Unchained saga. The novel takes the reader on another engrossing adventure with many new characters as well as some from his previous series.

Much like the first movie of a Star Wars saga, this volume starts out by laying the groundwork for the other two novels. It gives context, people and adventures that draw you into his story. I also found that it left me at the end of the book wanting more.

I thoroughly enjoyed this book and its many hundreds of pages. It is the perfect set up for the following two books in the trilogy.
Berkohi
I picked up the Void trilogy once again as a refresher for the new books that came out in the series. It is surprisingly much more entertaining than the first time I read it with nice characters (a few of the original cast are returning to a slightly different world than the one we left behind in Judas Unchained.

Humanity has expanded beyond its wildest imagination, spanning more than 500 light years. Circumnavigation of the galaxy has taken place and humans have achieved post-physical level. The human race has split into different factions and religion is antagonizing humans yet again. Humanity has come full circle.

In the center of the galaxy there is nothing but the Void. The arch-enemy of the Raiel and the potential bane of the entire galaxy. Now, humanity through its largest religious movement in history- the Living Dream - is preparing to venture into the Void to live the dreams of its founder: Inigo.

Peter Hamilton masterfully weaves the Void dreams full of sword and sorcery into the incredible Commonwealth universe of the 35th century and creates new characters that you care about, new lifestyles and plots.

A spectacle to read and highly entertaining, especially if you enjoyed Pandora's Star and Judas Unchained, which are a must read before starting the Void trilogy.
Zehaffy
Firstly if you’re thinking about this book then you’ve probably read The Commonwealth Saga and are familiar with how Hamilton writes. This is some crazy epic Sci Fi story arc that is long and complex. After finishing this first book I can say this one is gonna be even more complex than The Commonwealth Saga, because this book is pretty much nothing but exposition.
That being said, some people love that, myself included. I like incredibly meaty books that I have to sit with for a long while, books that are extremely well written and paint a vast picture. I like books akin to the Sistine Chapel ceiling- huge, complex, lots of characters and side plots and enormous in scale. This trilogy is set up to not be a disappointment in that regard, and for that I’m extremely thankful because the world needs more prolific writers like Hamilton.
If you’re the type who really likes reading Star Wars canon paperbacks and thinks that paperbacks thicker than an inch and a half are just too hard, this is not the book nor the series for you.
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