Transcendent by Stephen Baxter
Transcendent by Stephen Baxter

Transcendent

(Gollancz SF S.)
by Stephen Baxter
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Baxter's ability to combine wildly divergent narrative threads has become a trademark of his writing and has been seen to its best effect in the previous two novels from this sequence. "Transcendent", with its melding of a near future narrative that carries a terrible warning about the post-oil and post-global warming world and a narrative thread that tours the fantastically varied diverse species that mankind has become in the impossibly distant future is an example of Baxter at his best. At once a cautionary tale of what we are capable of destroying and a celebration of what we could become this is the capstone to Baxter's best series to date. In "Transcendent" we find out what happened to the children of the Poole brothers (from "Coalescent") and what will happen to mankind.
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About this Edition

Language

English

Publisher

Publication Date

Oct 27, 2005

Format

Hardcover

Number of Pages

608

ISBN

0575074302

ISBN-13

9780575074309