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    The third audiobook in the Night's Dawn trilogy, The Naked God by Peter F. Hamilton is an epic conclusion to dramatic and compelling series.

    The Confederation is starting to collapse politically and economically, allowing the possessed to infiltrate more worlds. Quinn Dexter is loose on Earth, destroying the giant arcologies one at a time. As Louise Kavanagh tries to track him down, she manages to acquire some strange and powerful allies whose goal does not match her own. The campaign to liberate Mortonbridge from the possessed degenerates into a horrendous land battle, the kind that hasn't been seen by humankind for 600 years. Then some of the protagonists escape in a very unexpected direction....

    Joshua Clavert and Syrinx now fly their starships on a mission to find the Sleeping God - which an alien race believes holds the key to finally overthrowing the possessed.

    ©2016 Peter F. Hamilton (P)2016 Pan Macmillan Publishers Ltd.

    Kritikerstimmen

    "The trilogy is an amazing piece of artwork, a masterpiece perhaps." (SFReviews.com)

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    Good build-up, ending a bit of a let down

    Solidly written just as Hamilton's other series. However, the ending is very abrupt, one-dimensional and uninspiring, not connecting to any of the earlier philosophical implications raised. It is especially unsatisfying as there is no internal solution at all. Like a boardgame you played intensly for many hours only to have someone flip your board just when the final showdown starts, claiming this is the new super rule and all have won.

    And a minor, but annoying point... one of these books where men save the universe while women watch from the sidelines. Makes me wonder if a female heroine would have found a different solution.

    Don't get me wrong - I enjoyed this series, I am just disappointed by the ending...