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Lords of Uncreation: An epic space adventure from a master storyteller (The Final Architecture Book 3)

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com for further information about both himself and the insect-kinden, together with bonus material including short stories and artwork.

In many ways the ebbs and flows of the characters felt very organic, and for all the cynicism built into the series about how bad humanity can act, and the entropic evil before the beginning of time, there is still a lot of heroic hope here. The third installment really rounds out the story and fleshes out the characters in ways I didn't expect. There were some rather poignant parts with some of the characters including Ash, Ahab and the Hivers. It seemed poor Idris was having the same dreadful experience descending into the unreal over and over.It's a really fun sci-fi action with great space/unspace battles, mad scientists and some ideas that I really enjoyed. Here everything is fleshed out and written in a way where it's easier to grasp as pieces of the story start getting resolved. For some of books 2 and 3 I feared there was too much of the latter and the big picture was being neglected, but the ending was very satisfying.

I've read quite a bit of Tchaikovsky including Children of Time, Children of Ruin, Children of Memory, and 5 books of The Shadows of The Apt. Adrian Tchaikovsky’s Lords of Uncreation is the third and final volume of the Final Architecture series, including Shards of Earth and Eyes of the Void. Intermediary Idris Telemmier helps kill an Architect at Berlenhof, turning the tide of the conflict decades after the destruction of Earth.Tell the Resplendent it is fucking on, she said to Sathiel, and by extension everyone else in system. Publishers Weekly wrote a positive review for Eyes of the Void, stating that the author's "intelligent worldbuilding captures the essence of classic space opera". In an article for Grimdark Magazine, Carrie Chi Lough praised Tchaikovsky's ability to give authenticity to the "truly outlandish aliens", while noting that the second book "did read as more of a setup piece for the third book in the series". It’s got a scrappy little crew, feuding polities, and an existential threat in the form of aliens who are beyond humanity in just about every sense.

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