End of Days

End of Days Seventy years have passed since an army of religious zealots destroyed the Bin Now in the rubble of New Jerusalem the ruined city once called Washington a young Christian Soldier named Sam has uncove

  • Title: End of Days
  • Author: Dennis Danvers
  • ISBN: 9780380790937
  • Page: 139
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Seventy years have passed since an army of religious zealots destroyed the Bin Now, in the rubble of New Jerusalem the ruined city once called Washington a young Christian Soldier named Sam has uncovered a prototype housing a single uploaded personality The release of renegade geneticist Walter Tillman from his hundred year prison leads Sam to an even astonishSeventy years have passed since an army of religious zealots destroyed the Bin Now, in the rubble of New Jerusalem the ruined city once called Washington a young Christian Soldier named Sam has uncovered a prototype housing a single uploaded personality The release of renegade geneticist Walter Tillman from his hundred year prison leads Sam to an even astonishing discovery the Bin, with its billions of inhabitants including Tillman s lost lover, Stephanie, who desires the freedom of death still exists, unbeknownst to the mad messianic leader Gabriel and his Army of the Lord.But soon Gabriel, too, will learn of the Bin s survival And as doubts erode Sam s religious fervor, as Tillman strives to reunite with his love, and events on Earth and in virtual Heaven rapidly toward a violent, inescapable conclusion, the destinies of disembodied and planet bound souls alike will converge.

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    • Dennis Danvers doesn't hesitate to tackle big - even cosmically huge - ideas in his fiction. In his book Circuit of Heaven, he touched on what it means to be human and how far those limits can be stretched before they break. Are you still human if you are a clone? What if you have never existed in a physical body at all? What if you are a human personality but are currently living in the body of a giant lizard? And as if those ideas weren't enough, he goes even further to look at the value of li [...]


    • In Circuit of Heaven, Dennis Danvers wrote a compelling "Romeo and Juliet" novel about two lovers caught between reality and a virtual world known as the Bin. The story was intriguing in its newness, even if it had an overly sentimental ending. In End of Days, Danvers has written a good story, but it's a very different story and not quite a sequel.The Bin, now in operation for 100 years, is still housing the majority of humanity. Back on Earth (the real Earth), Gabriel and his Christian Soldiers [...]


    • I love the characters in this book - they're diverse and deep. The setting slides a little more towards future-fantasy than science fiction, which makes some of the implausibility setting acceptable.This is not a tightly plotted book, it's mostly about getting to know some interesting characters. There are tense, super-important events but a lot of it feels like things are happening to the characters instead of because of the characters.The last fifth of the book goes completely off the rails's [...]


    • I liked the premise of the story, but the telling suffered from none of the characters feeling very real, and in particular the crude language and behavior of one character -- not that the latter is inherently a gad thing in a work of fiction, but here it felt weirdly gratuitous and delivered in a stilted and unrealistic way. Every time that came up my suspension of disbelief went flying out the window. Still, I did want to get to the end to see what happened, and it was a gratifying ending.


    • I didn't like this one quite as much as Circuit of Heaven, but I did appreciate that Danvers managed to make this both a prequel (by including the stories of Stephanie Sanders and Walter Tillman, who originally lived in the world just before the Bin, Danver's orbiting paradise) and a sequel (by setting the story after the Bin is cut off from Earth, which occured at the end of Circuit of Heaven).




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