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Timeweb Trilogy (2006-2008)

TimeWeb Chronicles, by Brian Herbert

In Timeweb, Brian Herbert creates a universe of wondrous possibilities that is populated by sentient spaceships, shapeshifters, intriguing robots, and miniature aliens with mysterious powers.

TimeWeb Chronicles

TimeWeb (2006)

Brian Herbert creates a universe of wondrous possibilities that is populated by sentient spaceships, shapeshifters, intriguing robots, and miniature aliens with mysterious powers. Humanity has become a mercantile society that has spread throughout the galaxy, ruled by wealthy merchant princes who live in decadent splendor—entirely unaware of another realm just beneath the fabric of the …

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The Web and the Stars (2007)

In Timeweb, Brian Herbert introduced readers to the fantastically beautiful galactic web of space and time that interconnects the cosmos, which can be used as a transportation infrastructure for sentient starships. But the web is unraveling, threatening to plunge the universe into oblivion.Galactic ecologist Noah Watanabe is struggling to hold the cosmic filigree together, while …

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Webdancers (2008)

The third Timeweb Chronicles space fantasy episode (after 2007’s The Web and the Stars) concludes eco-warrior Noah Watanabe’s personal journey. Watanabe has unprecedented access to the disintegrating Timeweb that spans the universe, but interaction with it begins to change him into something more than human. Meanwhile, the threat of the mysterious Hib-Adu Coalition unites the …

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