Wan-To was the oldest and must powerful intelligence in the universe, a being who played with star systems as a child plays with marbles. Matter occupied so tiny a part of his vast awareness that humans were utterly beneath his notice.
The colonists of Newmanhome first suffered the effects of Wan-To's games when their planet's stars began to shift, the climate began to cool down, and the colony was forced into a desperate struggle to survive.
Viktor Sorricaine was determined to discover what force had suddenly sent his world hurtling toward the ends of the universe. And the answer was something beyond the scope of his imagination - even if he lived for 4000 years...
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Review: The World at the End of Time by Pohl
Amazing book...not just a favorite by Pohl, one of my favorites ever.
Funny story, I bought this book in a first audtion at a Science Fiction convention. I was going up to my room to read and an old man got on the elevator and asked if I liked the book. I told him I'd read it before and loved it and it turned out to be Frederik Pohl. I took him and bought him a drink (soda for him, beer for me) and we talked about all kinds of science fiction.
Story aside, strong recommend for this book