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The human race is a mercantile society that has spread through the galaxy, but they are totally unaware of another dominion just beneath the surface of the galaxy, one that threatens to break out and hurl everything into chaos.
Publisher: Waterville, Me. : Five Star, 2006.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9781594142161
Characteristics: 555 pages ; 23 cm.


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Jul 11, 2013

An easy read with characters who aren't all that complicated and races that seem to represent different human groups today in terms of points of view and behaviour. A lot of unbelievable traits also mixed in and some rather silly ways to act from races hundreds of thousands of years old, when you'd think control is no longer the point. However, it does lay the ground for a second novel and I hope it improves on the first. I would have given this a full 4 stars if characters had been a bit more mature.

ohiobogy Feb 25, 2012

In the tradition of his father, Frank, Brian Herbert starts an intriguing, wheels within wheels trilogy of competing individuals and races struggling for dominance even as they all face a mysterious threat to the very existence of the galaxy.


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