PangaeaBook I: Imperium Without End

PangaeaBook I Imperium Without End A powerful visionary epic from a celebrated voice in speculative fiction For millennia the Imperium has held sway over Pangaea The pure dreams of its great dreamers are used to elevate and pacify th

  • Title: PangaeaBook I: Imperium Without End
  • Author: Lisa Mason
  • ISBN: 9780553575712
  • Page: 401
  • Format: Paperback
  • A powerful, visionary epic from a celebrated voice in speculative fiction.For millennia, the Imperium has held sway over Pangaea The pure dreams of its great dreamers are used to elevate and pacify the consciousness of a society strictly divided by caste Here eroticism is repressed for a higher cause, and sex is a shameful remnant of ages past But when Pangaea s most beA powerful, visionary epic from a celebrated voice in speculative fiction.For millennia, the Imperium has held sway over Pangaea The pure dreams of its great dreamers are used to elevate and pacify the consciousness of a society strictly divided by caste Here eroticism is repressed for a higher cause, and sex is a shameful remnant of ages past But when Pangaea s most beloved dreamer is brutally assassinated, it s clear that a dangerous group of revolutionaries is dreaming the old dreams of violence, uninhibited sexd freedom.For although Pangaea is the most benevolent of tyrannies, it is a tyranny nonetheless Here an elite pure scientist and a lowly birthtank worker share a forbidden passion a grief stricken Imperial officer embarks on a fanatic crusade a sensual erotician possesses powers beyond her understanding and an impure terrorist and his vengeful daughter wreak a path of unspeakable destruction As mysterious earthshocks shake Pangaea, they are drawn together by the outlawed Orb of Eternity a feared and ancient oracle whose ambivalent message heralds either redemptionor apocalypse.

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    1. A most enjoyable complex book. This is a richly realized and fascinating imagination of a world that could be sited here on ancient Earth before the continents split apart and moved towards their present configuration. Multiple characters, distinct and strong, caught up in a sequence of events that thrust them with increasing speed towards a cataclysm that is as inevitable as their personal struggles and transformations. If I have a quibble it's that the world is so intricate that this necessita [...]

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