The Naked God
The third book in the The Night's Dawn trilogy, The Naked God by Peter F. Hamilton is an epic conclusion to dramatic and compelling series.
The Confederation is verging on collapse, unable to prevent the enemy from sweeping through the galaxy. And Earth’s defences have finally been penetrated, its giant domed cities destroyed one by one. As time runs out for civilization, those who fight on must join forces and form new alliances – but an enemy’s enemy isn’t always a friend.
The war is desperate on all fronts, with battles fought on a scale unseen by humankind for six centuries. There are rumours that an ancient space-faring race faced this same threat to its existence – surviving with the help of the Sleeping God. If this mysterious and powerful entity truly exists, we may be able to find it. And if it really can avert the ultimate catastrophe, we may at last find hope.
Joshua Clavert and Syrinx now fly their starships on a mission to find the Sleeping God – which an alien race believes holds the key to finally overthrowing the possessed.
The trilogy is an amazing piece of artwork, a masterpiece perhaps
Akin to the visionary writings of Asimov and Clarke . . . quite simply stunning
Fantasy Book Review
The depth and clarity of the future Hamilton envisions is as complex and involving as they come