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Saturn Returns

Saturn Returns

When former mercenary commander, Imre Bergamasc, is resurrected in the 879th Millennium, he finds that things have changed during the 150,000 years he was dead.

Following a galaxy-wide disaster known as the Slow Wave, the Continuum has collapsed, the bright galactic empire reduced to millions of disparate systems in various states of disarray. Reunited with his old teammates – or, at least, reasonable facsimiles thereof – Imre must piece together both the fragments of his memory and the story of civilisation’s fall. But the more he digs the more suspicion dawns that the two issues are far from separate.

Was the Imre Bergamasc he no longer remembers an unwitting pawn in the fall of civilisation? Or was he, in fact, the architect?
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items

On Sale: 5th June 2008

Price: £7.99

ISBN-13: 9781841495194

Reviews

In SATURN RETURNS, Sean Williams has created a compelling story of personal bravery and loyalty set against a huge backdrop of galactic disaster and the very end of civilization' Kevin J. Anderson, New York Times bestselling author of HUNTERS OF DUNE
'Imre Bergamasc wakes to find himself aboard a starship belonging to the Jinc, independent components of a human hive-mind which is searching for God on the edge of the Milky Way. Bergamasc has little recollection of his previous life, other than that
GUARDIAN
'Adelaide author, Sean Williams writes exceedingly good space opera. He's a master storyteller, carefully crafting tales that keep readers on the edge of their seats. Saturn Returns, his latest and the first in an exhilarating trilogy, is scientifical
THE INDEPENDENT
'Well-written, exciting and surprisingly smart despite being very accessible, it is genuinely difficult to find fault with Sean Williams’
Saturn Returns but I think that maintaining the perfectly balanced lightness of touch will become increasingly difficult as the series goes on. The fact that the book's plot relies so much on conspiracies wrapped up in concepts of personal identity mean
SF DIPLOMAT