The Rise Of Endymion
Rise of Endymion The "San Francisco Chronicle Book Review" named this novel a "Best Bet of '97", and hailed it as "a rousing, affecting conclusion, revealing the fates of Aenea, the teenage messiah; her lover, Raul Endymion; and their fearsome protector, the Shrike". A glorious finale to the... show more
Rise of Endymion The "San Francisco Chronicle Book Review" named this novel a "Best Bet of '97", and hailed it as "a rousing, affecting conclusion, revealing the fates of Aenea, the teenage messiah; her lover, Raul Endymion; and their fearsome protector, the Shrike". A glorious finale to the "Hyperion" series, this bestseller will thrill Simmons' loyal readers, and capture scores of new fans drawn by the rave revi Full description
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 1998
Publisher: Headline Book Publishing
Pages no: 756
Edition language: English
Series: Hyperion Cantos (#4)
This is the last of the Hyperion Cantos and I am just going to assume that anyone reading this review has read the previous three novels. If you haven't go and read Hyperion, because it is really very good. This is the fourth and final book in the series. The strength of the books has never been...
One thing I forgot to mention in my review of Endymion, the book that precedes The Rise of Endymion, was Simmons' take on the Catholic church, still alive and kicking some one thousand years in the future. In Hyperion and The Fall of Hyperion, Catholicism still exists, but it's an outlying religion...
The BasicsIn this continuation of the previous story, we see Aenea’s adult life and how she became known as a messiah.My ThoughtsI don’t really want to say more than that about the plot. If you’ve read the previous book, then you know that’s what was established from the outset, that Aenea’s story e...
Finally I have finished the entire Hyperion Cantos, the series than began with the all-time sci-fi classic [b:Hyperion|77566|Hyperion (Hyperion Cantos, #1)|Dan Simmons|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1405546838s/77566.jpg|1383900], almost concluded in [b:The Fall of Hyperion|77565|The Fall of Hyperion...
A fitting conclusion to a masterpiece. The Hyperion Cantos are not works of art that can be explained or described, they must be discovered and experienced.As you can tell, I loved this fourth installment just as much as I loved the other three and I must admit that I'm more than a little sad that t...