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    DOWNLOAD [The Broken God] AUTHOR David Zindell Over the top but fun and occassionally deep plus grand scale world building Kind of Atlas Shrugged for existentialism Only you know good

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Es they basically hint at all the Major Events That Are About To Unfold events that are about to unfold the end of the trilogyChapter 4 Shih has been another cornerstone in the foundations of my worldview It introduced me to the fluid nature of reality made me uestion certain verbs as well as all pronouns and nouns and showed me shibui the beauty that comes with ageIt s aged beautifully Chapter 5 The Returnists enthralled the young me with the notion of simplexcomplexmultiplexomniplex perception of the world and the pitfalls of guruism Ever since and likely before that on a vaguer level my life has flowed toward the asarya and away from the guruAnd I ve never stopped wondering in which shell of reality I m currently locked Chapter 8 The Doctrine of Ahimsa shows how ahimsa and angslan can be compatibleAhimsa as he understood it reuired only that he never harm another s body or spirit To inflict mind pain on another in order to provoke understanding was a Fravashi tradition that he cherished In Chapter 10 Multiplication by Zero we see Hanuman s transhumanist beliefs for the first time along with the accompanying painWe also see a societal view that makes my kindred spirit rabid every timeDanlo looked at Hanuman and asked Do you think we are so different from others You know that we are But Hanu we are still people There are #people Hanuman said and there are people The blessed people All people are blessed But few are # Hanuman said and there are people The blessed people All people are blessed But few are Hanuman said All through history there have always been a few people destined to be something More than what More than they are More than anybody is Danlo smiled at this and said I think you are a natural aristocrat How not It s only we aristocrats in our souls who can know what is possible But what about the others Others are other You mustn t think about them too much All human society is a hierarchy All life this living pyramid It s only natural that a few human beings should stand at the top You mean stand on top of others I didn t make the universe Hanuman said I ust live in it Danlo knelt in the snow listening to the wind fall off the Hill of Sorrows and the icy mountains above But it is hard to live with the boots of others kicking at your face Don t let the distant planet setting fool ya This book isn t your typical sci fi If anything it would probably be at home in the philosophy sectionOf course it is uite usual for sci fi novels to tackle a big uestion or theme The added scope of the setting allows for some interesting extrapolation of themes and ideas I knoweth of what I speak honest lol My dissertation in uni was on character development in sci fi and cult tvBut Zindell isn t content with playing with one or two big uestions He reaches out and grabs them all and blends them seamlessly into a narrative that should be one huge mess in its ambition but is far far from it It is in fact hallaThis should be incredibly difficult to read but isn t It s one you want to take relatively slowly certainly in order to take it all in fully but it s such a smooth easy read that this isn t a chore at allVery highly recommended and a well deserved 5 stars Incredible Sci Fi Sympathetic characters gripping plot eastern based phiolsophical grounding for those who are tired of boy saves world tripe Best of all fantastic and new imagery Wolfe beats Zindell but only ust Zindell wins overall as he s not trying to show off how clever he is Very recommended I really enjoyed this book I thought it would be uite a difficult read but I found myself pleasantly surprised Now having said that it s not book for everybody Yep it s classed as science fiction but there no big epic space battles or zap guns It a book that you need to take your time reading It s not a uick read by any means and that not ust length of book The reader needs to think about what heshe is readingI would recommend this if you enjoy your science fiction with a bit of dept. T kind of man he will grow up into as he enters the Order of Mystic Mathematicians and Other Seekers of the Ineffable FlameHis ourney has only begu. ,

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This is an odd fishI really liked it big space opera and metaphysics of the soul space opera and metaphysics of the soul mashed up together around a chewey centre of some interesting characters and some intriguing concepts At the core of this novel are uestions like What does it mean to be alive What is conciousness and When is it ok to kill but to my mind they re wrapped up enough in the story that you don t feel preached at And Zindell s mystic style suits his somewhat mythical material I d definitely read it againThat said I might have trouble recommending it to anyone else Some people will agree with me #and like it of course but some people are going to be # like it of course but some people are going to be up and down shouting shutupshutupshutup and make something HAPPEN by about halfway through one of the main character Danlos mystic ourneys of discovery I would say stately but I can also see how for some the pace would be merely slow Strangely because I often winge about the bloating of the modern SF novel I didn t feel these 3 800 page books were too much for the story but I m not sure I can explain why It ust felt about right I would recommend reading Zindell s standalone novel Neverness first if you like it come read these if not save yourself some painAlso interesting to have a book about space travel written by a mathematician He doesn t go into the maths but he makes them seem real That he makes the hero pilots that everyone looks up to in his world The Order of Mystic Mathematicians seems less like putting himself on a pedestal and like poking fun at mystics and mathematicians alike Over the top but fun and occassionally deep plus grand scale world building Kind of Atlas Shrugged for existentialism Only you know good The second book is not as startling astonishing and remarkable as the first one but this volume is great too This was a re read for me and so to give you a general feel for my thoughts on Zindell s Reuiem for Homo Sapiens trilogy as a whole and the larger themes of the books I would simply point you here I ll restrict myself in this review to a few thoughts on volume 1 The novel is both a bildungsroman of Danlo s ourney from childhood to adulthood as well as from the primitive society of the Alaloi to the civilized one of Neverness and the story of the birth of a religion supposedly based on the worship of Malory Ringess but truly of humanity for itself and the desire for power and glory of its founders The Alaloi and their culture have grown on me uite a bit since I first read about them I wonder if I d enjoy those sections of Neverness now At times Danlo skims awfully close towards being a Gary Stu given his near supreme excellence at everything he turns his hand to but somehow for me at least he never uite steps over the boundary Perhaps this is because he is at heart such a likeable character Zindell somehow manages to create a character who is both an exemplar of human excellence in all he does without losing his fundamental human vulnerability as well as being imbued with an earnest morality and devotion to pacifism that don t have him devolve into an annoying Pollyanna as was the case for me at least with Gene Wolfe s unfortunate character Patera Silk Ah Bardo It s always great to see you even if I d probably want to punch you in the face if we ever met in reality I m still a little dubious about how the story of Old Father the alien Fravashi character who first mentors Danlo when he comes to Neverness concludes but to discuss this further would be a spoiler and we ll see if I feel any differently when I actually get there on a re read of the subseuent volumes Zindell is uite good at expressing character through the uniue speech patterns of his characters esp Danlo Bardo and Old Father as long as you don t find these verbal ticks to be annoyingthey worked for me Hanuman li Tosh is an intriguing character both Danlo s greatest friend and his most adamant enem. Into the icy maze of the city of Neverness a wild boy stumbles spear in hand starving frostbitten and grieving Danlo the Wild raised by far off Alal. ,
The Broken GodY a villain whose perspective often makes the most rational sense especially when contrasted with Danlo s seemingly unrealistic idealism and whose perspective is often uite sympatheticthough perhaps I m ust a when contrasted with Danlo s seemingly unrealistic idealism and whose perspective is often uite sympatheticthough perhaps I m ust a As Danlo himself says he is both cynical and sincere too aware of the darkness that everywhere permeated the universe and yet strangely innocent Hanuman wants all the universe to share in his suffering a suffering that he believes is the fundamental truth of life and so he rails against Danlo s idealism and uses all of his powers to ensure that he can give Danlo the gift of fire so that he would
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for something impossible to ever Danlo s great uest and initial belief is in the Halla nature of reality all things exist in harmony and are good but Hanuman with his twisted compassion teaches him the lesson that despite the fact that the universe is beautiful it is also deeply flawed with a deep crack of Shaida or disharmonyevil running through it Danlo comes to see that there is no escaping this This is one of my favourite book ever A complex mix of hard sci fi philosophy and spirituality this is a true epic Why hasn t someone gotten the rights to this series and made an awesome movie or tv series This had been sitting in my to read list for years I read over 300 pages less than half of the book It didn t meet my interests inclinations so I chose to drop it Before deciding I looked online The book s Wikipedia page only refers to the first section of the book and the Publisher s Weekly review referred to earlier parts and then indicated there s an important twist at the end This didn t leave me with the impression I ust Notes in progress For this partner read with Ani I m coming back to the series that has touched and shaped me the most as a human being What will I see twenty years later How will it touch and shape me nowI ve seldom felt so thrilled So Set into the snow around a large circle were wooden stakes Each stake was topped with the skull of a different animal There were a hundred different skulls the great tusked skull of Tuwa the mammoth the skulls of Nunki and long pointed skulls of the snow fox and wolf there were many many smaller skulls those of the birds Ayeye the thallow and Gunda and Rakri and Ahira the snowy owl Danlo had never seen such a sight in all of his life for the boys of the tribe were not allowed to approach Winter Pock In the twilight the circle of greyish white skulls looked ominous and terrifying Danlo knew that each man after his cutting would look up at the skulls to find his doffel his other self the one special animal he would never again hunt His doffel would guide him into the dreamtime and later through all the days of his life my ourney into shamanism actually started twenty years ago Well well Other than that Danlo s coming of age rite was as harrowing and visceral as I remembered it but now I can grasp of its symbolic meaning eg shedding the foreskin is shedding the sheltered nature of childhoodThe metric prose is still mesmerizing Whew we re finally past the ourney across the ice the slowest and probably most gruesome part of the book How many readers have left their bones in the blizzard only a few pages away from the CITY OF LIGHT AND WONDERS AND of Light and wonders and up Chapter 3 The Glavering was my first introduction to ahimsa Never killing or hurting another not even in your thoughts glavering or its pithier version angslan causing others psychic anguish the pain that comes from higher understanding the hidden powerlessness of words saying yes to all truths and ultimately this Did you know that laughing at oneself is the key to escaping the glavering Which has defined my core for as long as I have been able to look at myselfAll that in a single chapter Well I never knew how much foreshadowing there was in these early chapters In little thoughts and larger scen. Oi neanderthal cave dwellers survived a plague that took all of his tribe Now he must find who engineered the disease and how he can cure it And wha.