The Fortress at the End of Time



Captain Ronaldo Aldo Has Committed An Unforgivable Crime He Will Ask For Forgiveness All The Same From You, From God, Even From Himself.Connected By Ansible, Humanity Has Spread Across Galaxies And Fought A War Against An Enemy That Remains A Mystery At The Edge Of Human Space Sits The Citadel A Relic Of The War And A Listening Station For The Enemy S Return For A Young Ensign Aldo, Fresh From The Academy And Newly Cloned Across The Ansible Line, It S A Prison From Which He May Never Escape.Deplorable Work Conditions And Deafening Silence From The Blackness Of Space Have Left Morale On The Station Low And Tensions High Aldo S Only Hope Of Transcending His Station, And Cloning A Piece Of His Soul Somewhere New Is Both His Triumph And His Terrible Crime.The Fortress at the End of Time

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  • Paperback
  • 305 pages
  • The Fortress at the End of Time
  • Joe M. McDermott
  • English
  • 28 October 2019
  • 076539281X

10 thoughts on “The Fortress at the End of Time

  1. says:

    What if a guy went to a remote space station on the outskirts of the galaxy and nothing happened

  2. says:

    A fascinating look into the life of a clone living on the fringes of deep space with a bunch of people who don t like him An existential look at cloning, colonization, military down time, alien war, and life at the far reaches of space Full video review

  3. says:

    A paper thin, pointless, boring plot, an oddly religion and sin obsessed story, boring characters, stilted unnatural dialogue, internal inconsistenciesthis book is a litany of failures Also I don t think the author knows how military ranks work

  4. says:

    An intriguing premise indeed and in places an immersive read but ultimately very gloomy.

  5. says:

    This is dark military science fiction, and probably one of the most compelling stories that I ve read in some time It s the hallmark of an excellent story when I ve read it in August and both the characters and the plot remain fresh in my mind months later.The Fortress at the End of Time follows Captain Ronaldo Aldo s clone, who is stationed at the Citadel a listening station at the edge of the human space Humanity is connected by ansible and is spread across space in order to fight a mysteri This is dark military science f...

  6. says:

    I m sorry I spent money on this book DNF 15%The premise is intriguing, reminiscent of OLD MAN S WAR But that s where the positives end.The protagonist is melodramatic and unlikeable There is no plot There is no humor There is no action.And worst of all, the characters speak like English is their second language no contractions, choppy sentences, and robotic exposition.For your consideration, I offer the worst line of dialogue I ve read in years A That s really pathetic It was right in f I m sorry I spent money on this book DNF 15%The premise is intriguing, reminiscent of OLD MAN S WAR But that s where the positives end.The protagonist is melodramatic and unlikeable There is no plot There is no humor There is no action.And worst of all, the characters speak like English is their second language no contractions, choppy sentences, and robotic exposition.For your consideration, I ...

  7. says:

    This military fiction novel reads a bit like Walter Miller JR s A Canticle For Leibowitz meets Dino Buzzatti s The Tartar Steppes, which is so much my peculiar square inch of fiction I like that saying I simply liked this book is an understatement The main character is a bit of an annoying prig, but that s not a bad thing I m calling this military SF because I suspect it s truer to a lot of people s military experience being bored a lot in far away places than zap pow laser marines fighti This military fiction novel reads a bit like Walter Miller JR s A Canticle For Leibowitz meets Dino Buzzatti s The Tartar Steppes, which is so much my peculiar square inch of fiction I like that saying I simply liked this book is an understatement The main character is a bit of an annoying prig, but that s not a bad thing I m calling this military SF because I suspect it s truer to a lot of people s military experience being bored a lot...

  8. says:

    Hmmmm I actually thoroughly enjoyed it but man did I want to punch Aldo in the face Ugh.

  9. says:

    From the evocative first line We are born as memories and meat to the shocking, unexpected climax, Joe M McDermott s The Fortress at the End of Time is a science fiction novel reminiscent of the classic seafaring tales In it he paints nopleasant a picture of our future in space as was seen in the privation, the rotting teeth, the hopelessness, and the uneasy discipline of the hard suffering mariners of the seventeenth century This grim, intensely personal, yet immensely readable book s From the evocative first line We are born as memories and meat to the shocking, unexpecte...

  10. says:

    Two and half stars.

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