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Book Information: Sea's Furthest End, the

Sea's Furthest End, the (1993) [Novel]
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Summary (From the publisher):

On Shrirampur, Chakravalin Chakravatin is heir to a galactic empire being forged by his monstrous father, the dictator, Jagannatha, a man who has taken from him the woman he loves. Chakravalin has vowed to reclaim her and to stand against everything that Empire means... On Earth, young Dayton Ellis struggles with approaching manhood - and with a larger mystery, alien beyond his comprehension.... And watching over it all are the Kleth, immortal beings, withdrawn from human affairs, returned to their homeworld within the singularity at the galactic core.....

Original title: The Sea's Furthest End
Original languages: English

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Genre: FictionScience FictionAlien Beings

Edition #1: Sea's Furthest End, the

Sea's Furthest End, the (1993)
Edition Details:

Language: English

Blurbs:
  • "A story of love, intrigue, honour, battle, mixed with a bit of breathless magic. This is one of Broderick's best books, to be read by anybody who still enjoys satisfying story-telling." The Melburnian
  • "A novel plugged into contemporary culture (in both populist and theoretical aspects) credibly broadens its scope to embrace the traditions of eternity." Sydney Morning Herald
  • "Damien Broderick's The Sea's Furthest End manages to tackle large issues of cosmological rise and fall in an admirably condensed text ... he scarcely presses a wrong input key in this galactic "jeu d'esprit"." Sirius
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Sea's Furthest End, the (1993)


ISBN: 1875346074

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