Timeweb (2020)

Timeweb Brian Herbert Timeweb The Human race is a mercantile society that has spread throughout the galaxy but they are totally unaware of another dominion just beneath the surface of the galaxy one that threatens to break open
  • Title: Timeweb
  • Author: Brian Herbert
  • ISBN: 9781594142161
  • Page: 346
  • Format: Hardcover
Timeweb Brian Herbert The Human race is a mercantile society that has spread throughout the galaxy, but they are totally unaware of another dominion just beneath the surface of the galaxy, one that threatens to break open and hurl everything into chaos Galactic ecologist Noah Watanabe embarks on an epic journey to restore the ancient balances of the crumbling galaxy He must work with warring,The Human race is a mercantile society that has spread throughout the galaxy, but they are totally unaware of another dominion just beneath the surface of the galaxy, one that threatens to break open and hurl everything into chaos Galactic ecologist Noah Watanabe embarks on an epic journey to restore the ancient balances of the crumbling galaxy He must work with warring, alien races in a desperate attempt to unravel secrets about the early days of the universe that could hold the solution to a vast celestial puzzle Timeweb, a cosmic filigree, an immense canvas of space and time, can be used for many things, but the galactic races have barely tapped into its potential until Noah begins to do that very thing, setting the stage for a power struggle that will envelop the very cosmos itself.Bestselling author Brian Herbert, the son of Frank Herbert, is the winner of several literary honors, and has been nominated for the highest awards in science fiction.
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  1. Paul Hancock

    I almost stopped reading this book in the first chapter, but I m super glad that I didn t There are some writing styles that take a bit of getting used to, like the continual repetition of material from the perspective of different characters of which there are many.The overall story is rather convoluted, and what you think is the main story arc is just a background upon which the real story is being told I don t have a problem with that per se but many of these side background stories were as i [...]

  2. Charl

    Gods, it reads just like the Dune stories B O R I N G I gave up after several chapters hey, I ll give a book a fair chance before I toss it If you enjoyed the various sequels to Dune, you ll probably enjoy this It s not in the same universe as Dune, but it s got the same grand, majestic sweep as the Dune epic If you like that, give it a try.I don t, I barely made it through Dune and didn t even finish the first sequel So I m moving on.

  3. Michael

    Brian Herbert follows in his father s footsteps with a science fiction tale of his own So many plots within plots this book keeps the reader on his her toes right from the beginning to end Can t wait until the saga continues

  4. wayward

    slow to get into, but enjoyable definitely a part one of , the ending leaves a lot hanging for the next book.

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