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Publisher Description

Hugo-award winning author, John Scalzi returns to his best-selling Old Man's War universe with The End of All Things, the direct sequel to 2013's The Human Division

Humans expanded into space...only to find a universe populated with multiple alien species bent on their destruction. Thus was the Colonial Union formed, to help protect us from a hostile universe. The Colonial Union used the Earth and its excess population for colonists and soldiers. It was a good arrangement...for the Colonial Union. Then the Earth said: no more.

Now the Colonial Union is living on borrowed time-a couple of decades at most, before the ranks of the Colonial Defense Forces are depleted and the struggling human colonies are vulnerable to the alien species who have been waiting for the first sign of weakness, to drive humanity to ruin. And there's another problem: A group, lurking in the darkness of space, playing human and alien against each other-and against their own kind -for their own unknown reasons.

In this collapsing universe, CDF Lieutenant Harry Wilson and the Colonial Union diplomats he works with race against the clock to discover who is behind attacks on the Union and on alien races, to seek peace with a suspicious, angry Earth, and keep humanity's union intact...or else risk oblivion, and extinction-and the end of all things.

Old Man's War Series
#1 Old Man’s War
#2 The Ghost Brigades
#3 The Last Colony
#4 Zoe’s Tale
#5 The Human Division
#6 The End of All Things
Short fiction: “After the Coup”

Other Tor Books
The Android’s Dream
Agent to the Stars
Your Hate Mail Will Be Graded
Fuzzy Nation
Redshirts
Lock In
The Collapsing Empire

At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

GENRE
Sci-Fi & Fantasy
RELEASED
2015
August 11
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
432
Pages
PUBLISHER
Tom Doherty Associates
SELLER
Macmillan
SIZE
962.6
KB

Customer Reviews

GrumpyPolarBear ,

Tying up loose ends

Overall, the series was amazing. Very well written and complex, diving deeper into certain events and ideas with each book. It did, however, lose some of the depth in this final book as it seems like more of a collection of shorter stories or essays. While it did bring about a satisfactory end to this multi-book conflict, it did seem to happen much faster than many of the less serious events of the series, almost as if it was rushed or simply was written to wrap things up quickly. While I did enjoy it, I can’t help but wonder how it would have gone if Scalzi had put in the same effort as he had with the earlier books. Overall, though, I was very happy with the series and this last book does bring everything to a nice close.

Dr JWT MD ,

Review

These five books were fantastic. An old Dune fan. Dr Prof Thompson MD

Magic Sketch ,

Wow, terrific read

Stumbled on this after not enjoying the old men's war very much. This is so much better. Can't wait for the next book in the series.

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