Unlimited [Philosophy Book] à The Naked God 1: Flight - by Peter F. Hamilton ↠

By Peter F. Hamilton | Comments: ( 981 ) | Date: ( Dec 08, 2019 )

This breathtaking climax to the acclaimed saga of The Reality Dysfunction and The Neutronium Alchemist finds the Confederation on the verge of collapse, as and star systems fall to the Possessed An alien god may hold the solution to the crisis if Joshua and Syrinx can discover it in time.


  • Title: The Naked God 1: Flight
  • Author: Peter F. Hamilton
  • ISBN: 9780446608978
  • Page: 407
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Peter F. Hamilton

Peter F Hamilton is a British science fiction author He is best known for writing space opera As of the publication of his tenth novel in 2004, his works had sold over two million copies worldwide, making him Britain s biggest selling science fiction author.



Comments The Naked God 1: Flight

  • Sunsy

    So langsam stolpern wir auf den Showdown zu, aber noch ist alles offen. Ein bombastisches Epos in Science Fiction!Für Band 5 der 6bändigen Reihe "Der Armageddon-Zyklus" gebe ich 09/10 Punkte.Hier gehts zu meiner kurzen Einschätzung: sunsys-blog/2016/0


  • Taseen Muhtadi

    The vividly told story continues, with the story being told from many points of view. This not only shows how crisis effects indivisuals and governments alike but also brings Hamilton's world alive. Having to keep track of all the threads can be difficult at times and some important characters of the past books link Dr Alkad gets sidelined. Some characters, link Liouse, really come into thier own here. The doomsday weapon is developed and debate regarding it's use continues. Another interesting [...]


  • John Adams

    More of the same - some of the plotlines are more interesting than others, and the book is mostly set up for what's sure to be an exciting climax.


  • reherrma

    Die Review zu Peter F. Hamilton's Armageddon-Zyklus stellt den Rezensenten vor einige Probleme. Nicht nur der Umfang von ca. 5800 Seiten, sondern auch die über 200 handelnden Personen der Story sprengen jeden üblichen Rahmen innerhalb der SF. Der Versuch, jeden Band einzeln zu rezensieren, wird durch den Umstand einer durchgehende Story zunichte gemacht. Deshalb darf und kann nur die gesamte Geschichte betrachtet werden, unabhängig von den inhaltlichen und stilistischen Höhen und Tiefen der [...]


  • Nicolas

    Voilà ce que j'en avais dit en 2006Et voici le retour de Joshua Calvert, de Quinn Dexter et de tous leurs amis, possédés ou non. Et dans ce troisième tome, après les effrayantes révélations du début, la lente descente aux enfers de Consolidation, les non-possédés envisagent la possibilité de résister à leurs ennemis déja morts. Bien sûr, comme Hamilton est très doué, il sait trouver les différents angles d'approche qui peuvent nous intéresser, de la guerre de reconquête aux p [...]


  • David Rowan

    The third volume in the 'Night's Dawn' trilogy Hell just went quantumThe Confederation is starting to collapse politically and economically, allowing the 'possessed' to infiltrate more worlds. Quinn Dexter is loose on Earth, destroying the giant arcologies one at a time. As Louise Kavanagh tries to track him down, she manages to acquire some strange and powerful allies whose goal does not match her own. The campaign to liberate Mortonbridge from the possessed degenerates into a horrendous land b [...]


  • ServiusHeiner

    The last book in the Nights Dawn trilogy. Hamilton proves himself over and over in his series. Hamilton has a way of writing that keeps the story fresh book after book. But I think the most important achievement is that the man knows how to end his stories. Hamilton’s ability to end a series ( I say end a series because if there are 3 books it is actually 1 big book and you don’t get an ending till you finish) is solid good story telling. The endings don’t seem forced, or as an after thoug [...]


  • Matteo Pellegrini

    Dopo gli scontri sempre più cruenti tra esseri umani e posseduti, la civiltà di un'intera galassia scivola verso la distruzione. Attraverso una terribile infezione il nemico minaccia ormai il pianeta più protetto: la Terra. La setta di immortali che segretamente la dominano reagisce debolmente, ma forse la salvezza è ancora una volta nello spazio. Lassù, Edenisti e Confederazione decidono di giocare l'ultima carta: inviare una spedizione a cercare l'antica razza che a suo tempo avrebbe scon [...]


  • Richard Houchin

    Sci-fi space zombies have never been done as well as. Sheer amazingness. The entire philosophical concept of the after life and souls as handled in the The Night's Dawn trilogy is worth the entry ticket alone, nevermind the brilliance hard sci-fi and action and hot chicks and zombies andAbout that entry ticket, the first 200 pages or so of the first book are pretty boring. But the subsequent 3,000+ pages are pure happiness. Enjoy!


  • pruq76

    Hamilton recrea no uno sino varios universos con un detalle asombroso. Quizás demasiado detalle, por eso no le he dado la quinta estrella, a trozos se hace demasiado embrollado.Si te gusta la ciencia ficción ( y lees en inglés)la trilogía de la Confederación es de lo mejor que he leido ultimamente.


  • Obidiwhite

    The dead are back , bringing back with them superhuman powers to torment the living . It will only take intervention of an all powerful god ; whom no human believe in - to save humankind from inevitable extinction. This book serves as a grand climax to the saga of "The Reality Dysfunction" and "The Neutronium Alchemist" where science and spirituality converge in ways that make sense .


  • Mark Schlatter

    You can find my review of the series at my review of The Naked God 2: Faith.


  • Carla

    Everybody seems to love this book, but I was bored. It is basically another Han Solo-type adventurer doing crazy things in space. Well written, because I did manage to finish it - but then I felt cheated. The story is very thin. He gets the girl too, and rescues her. Blah.


  • Nox

    Di una noia mortale. Forse avrei dovuto resistere ancora qualche pagina, considerata la fama che avvolge questa serie, ma se la si confronta con altre saghe di new space opera come quelle di Alastair Reynolds, c'è un abisso e la vita è troppo breve per perdere tempo con quello che non ci convince.


  • Peter

    Half way through what is essentially book 5 of 6 for those going with paperback. I'm still enjoying this series after nearly 2500 pages. I don't know what else to say. I finished reading the entire series, and overall I enjoyed all 3500+ pages.


  • Kim

    While I don't always ENJOY the events in this saga, I do find them riveting. Meanwhile, the characters are rich, and the science is intriguing. One more book to go in this six (yes, Steve, you were right!) book series.


  • Steven Stennett

    Great work of science fiction!!!


  • York

    gets better towards the end, but it's a long story!


  • Andrey

    Words cannot even begin to describe


  • Lew

    I continue to enjoy this epic series though I'm ready to reach the end in the next book. This has been one the best sci-fi series. The only complaint is there are sometimes too many story lines.


  • Patrickpadovan

    Last in the Reality Dysfunction series - my favorite sci-f series


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