Eternals

Minds transcend the limits of a biological body as Synths or Eternals.

The Shining Knight decides that all Synths are Abominations to be eradicated. Shining Knight sets out to destroy all Eternals.

Is it right for these beings to be wiped out, or are they deserving of life? Who can make this decision? Who or what can oppose the Shining Knight?

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Description

Minds transcend the limits of a biological body to become post-organic beings, machines that call themselves Synths or Eternals. Most are content to amuse themselves, becoming Puzzlers, or turning themselves into works of art as Creatives.

But some – led by the Shining Knight – decide that all Synths, including themselves, are Abominations to be eradicated. So, the Shining Knight sets out to destroy all Eternals.

Is it right for these beings to be wiped out, or are they sentient and deserving of life? Now humans no longer exist, who can make this decision? More importantly, who or what can oppose the Shining Knight?

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Imprint

Wordcatcher Publishing

Pages

212

PubDate

20191127

Series

The Unmaking of Heaven

MainBISAC

FICTION / Science Fiction / Genetic Engineering

1 review for Eternals

  1. Anthony Lund

    One of the most intricate and ambitious science fiction books that I have read in recent years, and in almost all areas it pulls off being incredibly detailed and “Sci-Fi geekish” while having a page turning quality that draws the reader in and pushes them to learn more of this new creation, this new mythos almost …. this is science fiction with a mainstream approach, satisfying Sci-Fi buffs but not alienating others.

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