Principia (Barock-Zyklus, #3)
Publish date: 2008
Pages no: 119
Edition language: Deutsch
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, Speculative Fiction
, Alternate History
Series: The Baroque Cycle (3 volume) (#3)
The third book in Neal Stephenson’s The Baroque Cycle is the best. Strangely enough Daniel Waterhouse, my least favorite protagonist, is the star and leads us to an exciting conclusion. The Baroque Cycle is a collection of eight books in three volumes; an opus of 3,000 pages to the Age of Enlight...
Well that last book of the trilogy seemed to take quite a long time, but it was a satisfying ending to the Baroque Cycle. I am actually sad to be finished reading about these characters and will be picking up Cryptonomicon at some point to see how their ancestors fare in the mind of Setphenson.This...
Review to follow.After this I read: Cold Days
Wrapped itself up very nicely after the previous book. Much more focused--Jack's storyline wasn't nearly as insane or hard to follow as in The Confusion (The Baroque Cycle, #2)...probably because this takes over a shorter period of time. But I liked how, so many decades later, the characters have al...
Phew - that was something, spending 3 months in these books. The last one did have some parts that dragged, but I was glad that he managed to wrap it up without falling into a big morass of WTF as often happens with Stephenson.
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