Another End

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 185 pages
  • Another End
  • Vincent King
  • English
  • 26 February 2018

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Another End Seven hundred times he had deliberately tried to die and each time his Probe had brought him back And yet Adamson had actually died, dissolved, dissoluted thousands of times And thousands of times the Probe had helped him grope his way back to the eternal search.The search for Life.Home Planet was eons in the past there would be nothing left there Yet the galaxies and the Abyss yawned vast And empty Sterile It was this that drove Adamson to despair.The Probe felt Adamson s desperation as his own Yet it had one object beside the search for Life Preservation of Life And the only life it had was the Son of Adam in its care.So they lived on On and on Without end. New Read eBook Another End by Vincent King – passionbusiness.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Another End

  1. Bob Rust says:

    Elements of epic and grotesque sf adventure with a characteristically English darkness of emotional colouring The Computer resurrected humans who inhabit Another End 1971 are stoical but sullen.

  2. Birgit says:

    This old sci fi novel isn t interesting Not worth reading.

  3. Joel Julian says:

    Well, this was just bizarre Starting off as an intriguing, surreal 2001 esque science fiction novel this soon turns into some kind of psychedelic space opera, written in such a way that most of the time it s rather hard to keep track of what exactly is going on The story follows a Rider named Adamson, one of many of the Race sent out into the universe with probes in the search of other life Riders are essentially immortal as their probes serve to rebuild them each and every time they di Well, this was just bizarre Starting off as an intriguing, surreal 2001 esque science fiction novel this soon turns into some kind of psychedelic space opera, written in such a way that most of the time it s rather hard to keep track of what exactly is going on The story follows a Rider named Adamson, one of many of the Race sent out into the universe with probes in the search of other life Riders are essentially immortal as ...

  4. Benedict Reid says:

    The first half was really good sci fi Big bold thoughts, but then it slowly fell apart into the worst of space opera.