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Not very interesting This series could do without this book (((FREE BOOK))) ⇨ Entoverse ⇱ Human society on Jevlen was falling apart and it looked as if JEVEX, the immense super computer that managed all Jevlenese affairs, was at the heart of the matter Except that the problems didn t stop when JEVEX was shut down People were changing or being changed It was almost as if the Jevlenese were being possessedMeanwhile, in a very different universe, where magic worked and nothing physical was predictable, holy men caught glimpses of another place, a place where the shape of objects remained unchanged by motion, and cause led directly and logically to effect And the best part was that when the heart was pure, the mind was focused, and circumstances were right, some lucky souls could actually make the transition to that other universe If only they all could Didn t even get half way So predictable already Not much left of the science And politicswell, we live that every day. I did like the first two Giants novels Hogan s writing could be somewhat clunky and a bit dry in scientific detail, but the imagination and play with scientific ideas are often first rate I found that redeeming in the first two novels I was majorly annoyed in the third novel though when the conspiracy angle came up That probably didn t leave me in a very forgiving mood going into this fourth novel, written over a decade after the first three It just got way too eye rolling ridiculous for me I did like the first two Giants novels Hogan s writing could be somewhat clunky and a bit dry in scientific detail, but the imagination and play with scientific ideas are often first rate I found that redeeming in the first two novels I was majorly annoyed in the third novel though when the conspiracy angle came up That probably didn t leave me in a very forgiving mood going into this fourth novel, written over a decade after the first three It just got way too eye rolling ridiculous for me when Velikovsky s name came up on Page 30, and even though I persisted beyond that by page 100 I was wondering why I kept trying with all those lovely books out there unread I d still recommend Hogan s Voyage to Yesteryear and Code of the Lifemaker, and maybe Realtime Interrupt, though I can t imagine wanting to reread the last But unless you re a completest, I d skip this one Awesomely innovative A worthy book in the Giants saga Hard scifi that completely blew me away with its imaginative storyline Hogan is gone, and we as a species are so much the poorer as a result.If you like hard scifi, you will love this book If you re a Giants series lover, it will put you in heaven.James P Hogan was one of the most creative writers of the 20th century Entoverse brilliantly shows why that was the case.Perhaps the best aliens ever This one wasn t as good as the first two in the series, but had some good ideas Definitely wanderedand didn t grab my attention as well. This book dropped in what made the earlier books so interesting This book was a little slow and heavy. Difficult to start but you become engrossed in it all Read some reviews saying this was the weakest of the series Both yes it was and yes it wasn t.The read was indeed tougher on this one But I give it a break for the hypercomplex world the author put together Towards the end of the book you are trying to balance two universes, with multiple copies of man characters existing in both, with three fully fleshed out societies, including two distinct subsets of two of them, with modern tech, far future tech, and archaic tech, with the effects of two Read some reviews saying this was the weakest of the series Both yes it was and yes it wasn t.The read was indeed tougher on this one But I give it a break for the hypercomplex world the author put together Towards the end of the book you are trying to balance two universes, with multiple copies of man characters existing in both, with three fully fleshed out societies, including two distinct subsets of two of them, with modern tech, far future tech, and archaic tech, with the effects of two separate sets of base physics rules between the two universes.With that, it read very very smoothly How the author kept his notes straight thru the conclusion is a matter of serious data engineering Very impressive.See if your brain can actually simulate this story fully, it s a challenge I loved the first three books of the Giants series in high school, and they have held up well for me ever since Entoverse, however, never really drew me into the story the same way This is a solid continuation of the series, however, and may work better for other readers.3 stars