Voyager, 2001 - 455 Seiten
ONE OF THE BEST SF WRITERS IN THE BUSINESS . . . Manifold: Origin is] filled with marvelous scientific speculations, strange events, novel concepts, and an awe-inspiring sense of the wonders of the universe.
-Science Fiction Chronicle
In the year 2015, astronaut Reid Malenfant is flying over the African continent, intent on examining a mysterious glowing construct in Earth's orbit. But when the very fabric of the sky tears open, spilling living creatures to the ground and pulling others inside (including his wife, Emma), Malenfant's quest to uncover the unknown becomes personal. While desperately searching to discover what happened to the woman he loves, Malenfant embarks upon an adventure to the very fount of human development . . . on earth and beyond.
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LibraryThing ReviewNutzerbericht - ChrisRiesbeck - LibraryThing
This caps Baxter's Manifold series, an extended exploration of possible explanations of the Fermi Paradox. The three books are independent novels. All three feature Reid Malenfant, scientific ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
LibraryThing ReviewNutzerbericht - DarthBrazen - LibraryThing
Almost as good as Manifold:Space. I really enjoyed this book and the depictions of early human ancestry. The mystery of the Red Moon is more than enough to keep you hooked, although the bloodshed by ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
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