Metaconcert (Intervention, #3)



All Over The World, The Metapsychics Are Honing Their Skills, Learning To Stretch Their Incredible Minds Far Beyond The Ken Of Ordinary Humans Most Are Dedicated To The Harmony Of The Human Soul But Some Have Darker IntentionsIf The Metapsychics Succeed In Uniting Earth S Minds To Take The Next Step Up In Human Evolution, A Place Awaits Humanity Among The Alien Peoples Of The Fabulous Galactic Milieu But If Evil Minds Prevail In Their Bid For Power, Earth Will Be Cut Offand Mankind Forever DoomedMetaconcert (Intervention, #3)

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  • Paperback
  • 282 pages
  • Metaconcert (Intervention, #3)
  • Julian May
  • English
  • 18 February 2018
  • 0345355245

10 thoughts on “Metaconcert (Intervention, #3)

  1. says:

    Simply the best space opera, and the best series of novels I ve ever read This is the first of the nine, and while the last three show signs of fatigue, these novels capture a cast of characters, and one in Marc Remillard, that are truly memor...

  2. says:

    An enjoyable part of the Galactic Milieu seriesor perhaps part 2 of the prequel to that

  3. says:

    Good series that gives a lotbackground to the prior series.

  4. says:

    If you haven t read the first part of this yet, then it might be a good idea to go back and get that done, unless you re one of those people that like to read the conclusions of novels first Although even here that s not going to help you since the ending is really just setting us up for the trilogy to follow and doesn t conclude so much as get us to where we need to be It s still entertaining though.As literally the second half of a novel that was split in two you could read the first part a If you haven t read the first part of this yet, then it might be a good idea to go back and get that done, unless you re one of those pe...

  5. says:

    A fine ending to the prequel trilogy to one of the best science fiction series ever As well as having by far the best ending twist out of any in the series, and likely the best I ve ever seen.

  6. says:

    Elegant and engaging, this is a confident continuation of the Remillard saga, told by Rogi but focusing on Denis, the first true mental giant in the line, and an appropriately cool and studious character It s also the story of Kieran and Shannon O Connor, fascinating and relatable characters in spite of their darker natures, and Victor, a less relatable but certainly believable villain Once again May tells a masterful near future story written in 87 but extending through 2013, plenty of ele Elegant and engaging, this is a confident continuation of the Remillard saga, told by Rogi but focusing on Denis, the first true mental giant in the line, and an appropriately cool and studious character It s also the story of Kieran and Shannon O Connor, fascinating and relatable characters in spite of their darker natures, and Victor, a less relatable but certainly believable villain Once again May tells a masterful near future story written in 87 but extending through 2013, plenty of elements ring true, including the speculation of increasing Islamist violence in the Middle East She overextends her predict...

  7. says:

    I think I am being generous with a two star review Absolutely nothing happens until the last twenty pages of this book Everything else is nothing but political discussions regarding the manifestation of mental powers in people around the world Mind numbingly boring is all you reall...

  8. says:

    Rogi Remillard is the entire reason for reading all of Julian May s saga of the Remillard family Very few other characters are likable at all, but Rogi makes it all fall together, and somehow, always saves the day.

  9. says:

    This is the second and last book of the Intervention series We find out if humanity is accepted into a Galactic civilization or are quarantined to stay on Earth Political and social unrest come to a final conclusion here.

  10. says:

    Uncle Rogi is a likeable, and sometimes interesting, protagonist, but the sweep and wonder of the earlier books is not to be found at all here.

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