12 May 1940. Westminster, London, England: the early days of World War II. Again. Raybould Marsh, one of “our” Britain’s best spies, has travelled to another Earth in a desperate attempt to save at least one timeline from the Cthulhu-like monsters who have been observing our species from space... show more
12 May 1940. Westminster, London, England: the early days of World War II. Again. Raybould Marsh, one of “our” Britain’s best spies, has travelled to another Earth in a desperate attempt to save at least one timeline from the Cthulhu-like monsters who have been observing our species from space and have already destroyed Marsh’s timeline. In order to accomplish this, he must remove all traces of the supermen that were created by the Nazi war machine and caused the specters from outer space to notice our planet in the first place. His biggest challenge is the mad seer Greta, one of the most powerful of the Nazi creations, who has sent a version of herself to this timeline to thwart Marsh. Why would she stand in his way? Because she has seen that in all the timelines she dies and she is determined to stop that from happening, even if it means destroying most of humanity in the process. And Marsh is the only man who can stop her. Necessary Evil is the stunning conclusion to Ian Tregillis’s Milkweed series.
Publish date: April 30th 2013
Publisher: Tor Books
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Urban Fantasy
, Historical Fiction
, Time Travel
, World War II
, Alternate History
Series: Milkweed Triptych (#3)
The final book of the Milkweed Triptych. LOVED this series. It really made you think. Think of time as we know it, and how it could be and the possibility of changing things, not necessarily for the better or worse, just... changing it. [spoiler] There were some that I really felt sorry for Klam...
The third (and final, of course) installment in the Milkweed Trilogy by Tregellis.In the previous book, our rather sad characters were stuck in their very depressing, very cold-war alternate-timeline future, and we discovered what the name the Eidolons gave Marsh meant, so he goes back in time to 19...
La conclusión del Tríptico de Asclepia se ha llevado consigo parte de mi inocencia, parte de mi coherencia y parte de mi capacidad para entender los sucesos a temporales.Os aconsejo que leáis las reseñas de los libros anteriores si no los habéis leído aún, he tomado las precauciones posibles para qu...
Non-stop adventure and intrigue with very poignant human drama. Like a good spy/adventure novel with a healthy dose of weird/supernatural/sci-fi fiction thrown in.Overall rating: 4.5/5.0 stars.Reviewed for Bitten by Books: http://bittenbybooks.com.
See my review of this book, and many more, at Tales from the Great East Road. (Spoilers for the first two books in the series.) To be given the chance to undo the mistakes of his past, to not only change the fate of his family but also save the world, Raybould Marsh has agreed to trust his most desp...