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The third book in the The Night s Dawn trilogy, The Naked God by Peter F Hamilton is an epic conclusion to dramatic and compelling series.The Confederation is verging on collapse, unable to prevent the enemy from sweeping through the galaxy And Earths defences have finally been penetrated, its giant domed cities destroyed one by one As time runs out for civilisation, those who fight on must join forces and form new alliances but an enemys enemy isnt always a friend.The war is desperate on all fronts, with battles fought on a scale unseen by humankind for six centuries There are rumours that an ancient space faring race faced this same threat to its existence surviving with the help of the Sleeping God If this mysterious and powerful entity truly exists, we may be able to find it And if it really can avert the ultimate catastrophe, we may at last find hope 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....

Title : The Naked God (Nights Dawn)
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Format Type : Paperback
Language : Englisch
Publisher : Tor Auflage Reprints 21 August 2009
Number of Pages : 366 Pages
File Size : 996 KB
Status : Available For Download
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The Naked God (Nights Dawn) Reviews

  • Florian Valente
    2019-05-29 08:31

    If you liked the first two books then you will also like this one. The story continues at a fast pace and it is hard to put the book down. I had a minor quibble with the ending (it's a deus ex machina approach), although I was not that surprised about it - after all it is very tough to have a good ending to a story as convoluted and complex as this - and while it was the least original part of the entire trilogy it at least stayed consistent with the universe (and to some extent the space-opera genre) and it managed to close all plot-lines satisfactorily.Having said that I still would have much preferred a more realistic, or protagonist driven ending.

  • DH
    2019-06-13 11:31

    Das Buch beendet die Trilogie. Anders als für die ersten beiden Bücher gebe ich hier aber "nur" vier Sterne, weil der dritte Band selbst für einen Space-Opera Fan doch schon teilweise etwas langatmig wird. Trotzdem: Wenn man den ersten und den zweiten Band gelesen hat, muss man natürlich auch den Abschluss lesen.

  • Zeno Stossel
    2019-06-13 10:22

    Die Geschichte ist spannend und interessant, aber sehr langatmig. Über Gott und Seelen zu schreiben grenzt an Grössenwahn und hinterlässt einen schalen Nachgeschmack.

  • Starbuck
    2019-06-22 11:27

    I have to confess: Not having a lot of spare time, it took me about 2 1/2 years to read Peter Hamiltons "Nights Dawn" saga. All in all I have to say: It was a great ride and I do not regret the time.After "The Neutronium Alchemist", which was in my eyes the best installment of the series, "The Naked God" with its over 1200 pages is full of further surprises and unexpected story developments. Quickly wrapping up the cliffhanger from "The Neutronium Alchemist", Hamilton shows us - for the first time - 25th century Earth, where Louise Kavanough continues her hopeless hunt for Quinn Dexter. Meanwhile, a short passage from "The Reality Dysfunction" gets a whole new meaning and a secret commando led by Joshua Calvert starts searching for the Sleeping God who may have a solution for the posession crisis...I for my part really liked the hugeness of "Nights Dawn" with its myriads of plotlines and different characters. "The Naked God" answers open questions and resolves the multiple plotlines in a very satisfying way. The final solution of the Possession might be a bit to "far out" for some people, but it was okay with me. And I very much liked the fact that Hamilton took his time to do some last 20 pages about the aftermath of the crisis - showing every main character one last time to finish a great epic.All in all a terrific experience - I will miss the Confederation Universe!

  • None
    2019-06-21 04:16

    Die ersten 2 Bände der Trilogie von Hamilton waren schlicht genial. Absolut neuartige Ideen und Konzepte wie lebende Raumschiffe, die eine Beziehung zu ihren Piloten haben; glaubwürdig beschriebene Lebewesen auf anderen Planeten mit völlig anderer Sozialstruktur, Verhalten und Entwicklungsstufe und das ganze auf Dutzenden von Welten. Hamilton schien jedoch für den abschliessenden Band entweder nicht die Zeit oder nicht die Ideen zu haben, um das brillante galaktische Epos zu einem funkelnden Klimax zu bringen. Die Spannung löst sich am Schluss mehr oder minder glaubwürdig auf und man wünscht sich, Hamilton würde den 3.Band nochmal schreiben...

  • Stefano Manzetti
    2019-05-28 06:16

    Conclusion chapter of the Night's Dawn trilogy.The usual captivating writing of Peter Hamilton. You keep on read till it's over.However there seems to be too many plots at the same time, almost making a fourth chapter necessary and they develop slowly till almost the end.The whole saga is a must read for any SF enthusiast.Peter Hamilton is one of the best SF writer ever.

  • None
    2019-06-21 07:05

    One of the best books I ever read. It's the surprising end of the Nights Dawn Trilogy. Read the Reality Disfunction and the Neutronium Alchemist first! I prefere the PAN-books because the whole story is set in three (instead of six smaller) books.

  • Werner Gruber
    2019-06-17 07:14

    Auf den gut 3600 Seiten dieser Trilogie (wovon The Naked God der letzte Teil ist) werden einige interessante Ideen angeschnitten und dabei zahlreiche Handlungsstränge (mit einer so großen Anzahl von Charakteren, daß deren Auflistung im Anhang dringend nötig ist) verfolgt.Ich will nichts über den Inhalt verraten, ABER das Problem das sich seit dem ersten Band durch die ganze Trilogie steht wird am Ende simpel mit einem Deus ex Machina gelöst, eine wirklich schwache Leistung.