Count to Infinity
Book Six of the Eschaton SequenceThe Eschaton Sequence (Volume 6)
John C. Wright
Count to Infinity is John C. Wright's spectacular conclusion to the thought-provoking hard science fiction Eschaton Sequence, exploring future history and human evolution.
An epic space opera finale worthy of the scope and wonder of The Eschaton Sequence: Menelaus Montrose is locked in a final battle of wits, bullets, and posthuman intelligence with Ximen del Azarchel for the fate of humanity in the far future.
The alien monstrosities of Ain at long last are revealed, their hidden past laid bare, along with the reason for their brutal treatment of Man and all the species seeded throughout the galaxy. And they have still one more secret that could upend everything Montrose has fought for and lived so long to achieve.
The Eschaton Sequence
#1 Count to a Trillion
#2 The Hermetic Millennia
#3 The Judge of Ages
#4 The Architect of Aeons
#5 The Vindication of Man
The Cataclysmic Variable in Canes Venatici
1. The Ghost
A.D. 92000 TO 95500
He was dead, that was sure; but not entirely, and not permanently.
When awareness fled and all activity ceased,...
Praise for Count to Infinity
For the Eschaton Sequence
"This is much more than a space opera, and fills your mind with intriguing, startling possibilities. Count To A Trillion is bursting with ideas, blending mythology, machine and human evolution, mathematics, space travel, and much more."—Brian Herbert, coauthor of the Dune series
"Spectacularly clever…in weaving together cutting-edge speculation along the outer fringes of science. Highly impressive." —Kirkus Reviews
"R. A. Lafferty meets A. E. Van Vogt....Well worth the price of admission." —Michael Flynn, author of The January Dancer
"[Count To A Trillion] came perilously close to overloading my capacity for wonder, burning out all my ‘gosh' circuits--and I've been reading science fiction assiduously since 1954." —Spider Robinson, author of Very Hard Choices
"An elegant stylist and a true visionary, Wright will delight hard sf fans with his exuberance, while his characters and plot keep the action fast and furious." —Library Journal, on Count To a Trillion