A Grande Transcendência

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A Grande Transcend ncia o volume que encerra a trilogia A Idade de Ouro, Voltamos a um futuro distante para reencontrar Faetonte, o her i vision rio, apaixonado e rebelde que se viu exilado da Ec mena Dourada por perseguir o seu sonho de expans o interestelar Novamente de posse da F nix Exultante, Faetonte v se agora perseguido pelos Senhores da Ec mena Silenciosa MasA Grande Transcend ncia o volume que encerra a trilogia A Idade de Ouro, Voltamos a um futuro distante para reencontrar Faetonte, o her i vision rio, apaixonado e rebelde que se viu exilado da Ec mena Dourada por perseguir o seu sonho de expans o interestelar Novamente de posse da F nix Exultante, Faetonte v se agora perseguido pelos Senhores da Ec mena Silenciosa Mas, com a aproxima o do fim do mil nio, ter lugar a Grande Transcend ncia, o momento em que todas as mentes se fundem numa supermente do sistema solar que efectuar o julgamento de todas as ra as da humanidade e da trans humanidade E o que ir decidir a mente transcendente quando estiver finalmente desperta Apoiar o sonho expansionista de Faetonte ou enfrentar a primeira guerra interestelar Um pico brilhante de um dos maiores talentos da actual fic o cient fica.

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  1. John C Wright John Charles Justin Wright, born 1961 is an American author of science fiction and fantasy novels A Nebula award finalist for the fantasy novel Orphans of Chaos , he was called this fledgling century s most important new SF talent by Publishers Weekly after publication of his debut novel, The Golden Age.


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  1. On the eve of the Transcendence, Phaethon takes the Phoenix Exultant into the very heart of the sun to confront his enemy, the Nothing Sophotech, agent of the Silent Oecumene Can he stop the Nothing before the Nothing launches a sneak attack during the Golden Transcendence And does he want to Wow I was hoping Wright could wrap up The Golden Age saga in a satisfactory fashion and he did I can t say much about the plot without giving too much away I will say that Atkins proved to be even capable [...]

  2. 3 Stars 4.5 Stars for the series3 Stars for The Golden Transcendence and 4.5 for the Golden Age series I was extremely disappointed with this last installment of the series It was not a mystery like book one, it was not a quest like book two, and it was like a philosophical babble war inside an epic space opera fight for the world To me that there was far too much time spent psycho analyzing every detail and possible outcome between the characters that the overall weight and scope of the impend [...]

  3. John C Wright s The Golden Transcendence, the third and final novel in his Golden Age trilogy, is so utterly awful that I have had to revise down by two stars my opinion of the previous books What began as a beautifully imagined and well executed piece of speculative transhuman fiction, by the third novel has devolved precipitously into complete drivel.At the beginning of the trilogy, the story s pretensions toward philosophical complexity could be ignored in light of its luxurious imagery and b [...]

  4. The Golden Age trilogy is perhaps the most ambitious space opera and novel, for that matter I have read so far It is also one of the cleverest, most visionary, provocative, and the hell with those epithets I m not up to it Browse the quotes I added, try the books themselves.There s to my silence though I am disappointed by the ending by the ultimate philosophy of the book or at least what I got from it After having that huge smile on my face during the Transcendence because, aye, if a superinte [...]

  5. The Golden Transcendence 2003 by John C Wright This changes EVERYTHING or does it Things are not as they seem With that assertion seemingly in mind, John C Wright plunges the reader into the final volume of his Golden Age trilogy His flowery but captivating prose is back once again, which to editor David G Hartwell s credit is fairly easy to lose spelling errors in Half a dozen misspellings per book seem to be typical for this series, e.g Helion is misspelled as Heloin But Wright s three dimensi [...]

  6. Wow What a disappointment After two books which were both excellent, Wright concludes the trilogy not with a bang but a whimper There was so much half baked philosophy and crackpot science in here, it was almost impossible to finish Almost no action just characters having interminable dialogues with each other No real plot twists, nothing of substance just Wright trying to show how many historical, mythological and scientific references he can cram in I thought it was a little weak and talky fro [...]

  7. Here at last is the dazzling conclusion of the masterpiece of far future space opera that began with The Golden Age and continued in The Phoenix Exultant.The time is imminent when all the minds of the solar system human, post human, cybernetic, sophotechnic will be temporarily merged into one supermind called The Transcendence It is an awesome moment, but one when humanity will be helpless.The mighty ship Phoenix Exultant is at last in the hands of her master, Phaethon the Exile He alone stands [...]

  8. L universo sempre pi grande delle menti in esso contenute Episodio finale della trilogia dell Ecumene dorato, un po sottotono rispetto ai primi due romanzi, ma ne mantiene le promesse Tutti i nodi vengono al pettine i nemici si rivelano, mentre Phaeton ritrova se stesso, il padre, e la moglie Dal punto di vista della crescita del personaggio, Wright non delude Phaeton, il cui nome rivela la derivazione classica del personaggio, un grande personaggio tragico, ambizioso, votato alla hybris, costre [...]

  9. On the eve of the Transcendence, our hero Phaethon is finally where all strands of destiny have always led him aboard his magnificent starship, the Phoenix Exultant The book starts in high gear and never lets up with Phaethon matching wits and philosophy against his enemy, the Nothing Sophotech, agent of the Silent Oecumene Can he stop the Nothing from sabotaging the Transcendence and triumphing over the Golden Oecumene It s an all out philosophical war on the bridge of the Phoenix Exultant pitt [...]

  10. This review applies to all three books of John C Wright s brilliant space opera The Golden Oecumene The Golden Age, The Phoenix Exultant, and The Golden Transcendence or, The Last of the Masquerade His vision is of of a far future, where immortal men are free to live in a benign Matrix like dreamworld, or the real world, or anything in between but where one man dares to dream of deeds of renown without peer to expand humanity s reach beyond our solar system and one horribly failed colonization a [...]

  11. Kind of unfair to rate this one since I never got past the first few chapters It seems that the disappointment from the second book was destined to follow me into the third I just didn t really care much any what Phaeton was doing or why Things started to seem a little contrived and ultimately not worth the effort.Maybe I ll go back to this one someday and try to finish off the series, maybe it gets better after the point where I dropped off.

  12. Somewhere in the 2nd book this series fell flat The scifi was mostly pushed aside for overly verbose and meaningless philosophy Run on sentences containing 100 words and 25 commas are littered throughout sections of bad science in an attempt to keep the epic nature of the first book alive In the end we get treated to old cliches of Man is not complete able to overcome without a woman and the weaponized logic bomb.

  13. Florid fantasy wrapped in a thin tissue of offensively bad science fiction I gave up about 1 3rd through.Pros fulfilled author s contractual obligation, thus supporting the economic structure which helped him write the first book in the series yay Cons utter trainwreckApart from the various literary flaws, the science fiction, never Wright s strong point, breaks down completely in this book Implausible, inconsistent, and just plain bad My brain exploded.

  14. Buena conclusi n de la serie que comenz con The Golden Age y The Phoenix Exultant Habiendo recuperado su fabulosa nave, ahora Phaeton se enfrenta a la Oecumene oscura para defender el futuro de la humanidad El libro individual no alcanza las alturas del primero, pero en conjunto, la historia es muy buena Es un excelente ejemplo de la moderna space opera.

  15. It s too bad I couldn t award a 1 star to this book Poor editing Extreme overuse of descriptive imagery and philosophic narratives Complex plot line with numerous discontinuities The author ties up loose ends at the end, but does so using extremely convoluted knots This book, like its two predescessors in the trilogy, was a very tedious read.

  16. Pace improved dramatically after Book 2 The Golden Transcendence continued to raise philosophical questions touching on the meanings of self and rationality, building off of those in the Golden Age Not wholly satisfied with the ending would have loved to see the book reach an ultimate conclusion to history , but I am by no means unsatisfied.

  17. This series improved as it went on, and the dramatic ending gripped me throughout this final book A battle of wits, logic, and philosophy under the surface of the sun involving an unreasoning computer mind from inside a miniature black hole Ridiculous and overly dramatic and very entertaining.

  18. Disappointing ending to an otherwise excellent trilogy I really enjoyed the setup and the development of the plot in the first two books, but this third book largely left me cold I read these because I love Ian M Banks Culture novels, and these are similar in a lot of respects But unlike any of Banks works, this one distracted me to boredom, I stopped paying rigorous attention to every word and sentence, and suddenly the text stopped making a lot of sense the multiple timelines and individual ti [...]

  19. Fifty pages from the end of this trilogy, I realized I really did not care what happened any Not in the least I read these books when they came out, and I remember being impressed with them The first book was decent, but the second was pretty dull The third, as others here have noted, is not a novel, per se It s a philosophical discussion, and it s about as exciting as you would expect The series seems to be SF for the Ayn Rand crowd It s Atlas Shrugged in space Will avoid John C Wright like the [...]

  20. Sharp Beautiful Brilliant Science fiction at its finest, a strong conclusion to a trilogy of inspired thought and flawless execution Deep concepts, rich characters, a hint of philosophy Read it twice, the man has done his job well.

  21. Dans ce dernier tome, on retrouve Phaeton, enfin en pleine possession de tous ses moyens, face des dangers plus pressants que jamais.En effet, apr s avoir lutt dans les tomes pr c dents pour retrouver son me et sa m moire, puis sa nef, il essaye finallement de sauver son r ve Le r ve de conqu rir l espace Et dans cet ge d or, les toiles sont sa port e tout le monde est immortel, et il n est d ailleurs m me plus n cessaire de se d placer en personne ni m me d avoir un corps, d ailleurs pour rendr [...]

  22. The final book in Wright s Golden Age Trilogy does not disappoint Definitely don t read this before reading the first two books Golden Age and the Phoenix Exultant It starts off with an insanely intense battle and then shoots for the sun literally It does slow down for a bit, but then takes off quite energetically again.This is the climactic book in an amazing trilogy, and Wright does an excellent job of bringing together all the different links and elements which he began weaving in the first t [...]

  23. How can you tell the author of the book you re reading is a libertarian Don t worry they ll tell you in one of their many many monologues on ideology Then again in the appendix.I swear it s only libertarians that feel the need to literally spell it out, like people wouldn t get the hint from the capitalism glorifying society they ve created.

  24. AKA The Philosophy War Sorry, had to get that out of the way Sure, there are physical things happening stuff blows up, crazy technologies baffle, loves are found and found again, secrets are revealed you know, stuff that happens in books BUT, the core conflict or, rather, the conflict at the super dense core of the climactic central scene, is one of philosophy and self doubt Man vs Machine as Man converted to Man vs Self by a clever enemy Also, not unheard of But the depths that Wright goes to h [...]

  25. Is not not not is Everything was nothing and nothing was everything It was at once ultimately simple and infinitely complex and on and on like that I get that what Mr Wright was trying to do can t really be done, but easily a quarter of this book is meaningless psuedo zen rambling where the author states that a thing is Incredibly Deep and hopes you believe him.The first book was cool, even if the dialogue had me picturing half of the characters wearing fedoras milady The second book was sort of [...]

  26. I can t say much without giving spoilers, so I ll be brief This was the 2nd best book in the trilogy The 2nd book was really just a long bridge Less serious in tone, slapstick, the dialog was less believable, etc The writing was very different, and lacked the richness of the first book This book brought back the intelligent writing, but the wonderful descriptions of Phaetons kaleidoscope world were replaced with long philosophical dialogs This may not interest every reader, but they interested [...]

  27. O desfecho da trilogia de John C Wright revela nos finalmente o destino de faetonte e, com ele, o destino da humanidade ap s a Grande Transced ncia que marca a transi o da esp cie humana, nas suas variadas formas, da Era de Ouro para outra Era essencialmente diferente Cientificamente correcto e intelectualmente desafiador, este livro est recheado de debates filos ficos sobre a natureza da vida e da raz o, proporcionando longas horas de reflex o num ambiente futurista e magistralmente imaginado E [...]

  28. E finalmente son giunto alla conclusione di quella che stata una magistrale saga di FS che solo nell ultimissima parte perde pochi, pochissimi colpi ma che tutto sommato ritengo una delle migliori saghe nella fantascienza contemporanea.Questi libri straripavano di idee assurde quanto immense e geniali Idee quali ad es la grande trascendenza che solo grandi del calibro del Vernor Vinge di Universo Incostante han prima di lui contemplato E tante, tante altre ancora.Quindi Bravo Davvero bravo.

  29. What a let down after the first two books of the series No plotjust a series of convoluted and often meaningless musings and conversations that take the story forward And the science speculations have gone from somewhat imaginable downloadable personalities to the completely unimaginable constructed universes inside pinprick sized black holes I think I found that reading this book was an exercise in frustration and was unable to continue reading after about half way I kept hoping it would improv [...]

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