The Naked God
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Dust jacket by Tomislav Tikulin
We’re pleased to announce the mammoth, concluding volume of Peter F. Hamilton’s epic space opera, The Night’s Dawn trilogy.
With the Confederation starting to fall before the onslaught of the possessed, wealthier worlds are preparing to abandon their cousins to save themselves at any cost. Meanwhile the possessed are taking their newly captured planets out of this universe altogether so they can escape the beyond from which they’ve just escaped. But as they start to learn, their quest for deliverance is propelling them towards a fate much worse than the purgatory they’ve already suffered.
Amid the chaos of what must be the final days of humankind, the dark messiah Quinn Dexter has reached the fabulous arcology cities of Earth. Alone among the possessed his vision of the future is a terrifying version of Armageddon which will encompass all worlds no matter where they hide or who lives on them.
As all hope fades it is left to Joshua Calvert and Syrinx to make one last frantic flight into an unexplored section of the galaxy to find what the alien Tyrathca have called their Sleeping God. This enigmatic entity, if it exists, might just be able to offer salvation. But no one has seen it for 15,000 years, so that leaves the fate of everything dependant on one very unsaintly man…
Limited: 500 numbered copies, hardcover, signed by author
Lettered: 26 copies, bound in leather, signed by author, housed in a custom traycase
From SF Crowsnest:
“'The Naked God' provides an exciting conclusion to the 'Night Dawn' trilogy. This is space opera of the most enjoyable kind, yet Hamilton also manages to use it to explore issues of free will, the nature of consciousness and questions of life after death. If you haven't read the trilogy since it first came out in the late 1990s, I'd urge you to give it a try. If, on the other hand, you're an SF book collector then you'll want to take a close look at this beautiful edition of a modern classic.”