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By Dennis E. Taylor { Pdf } All These Worlds: Bobiverse, Book 3

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  • 06 August 2018
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All These Worlds: Bobiverse, Book 3 Summary ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free The epic and highly anticipated conclusion to the listener favorite series that had countless Audible listeners and employees hooked from the very first Bob featuring as always a flawless performance from the inimitable Ray Porter  Being a sentient spaceship really should be fun But after spreading out through space for almost a century Bob and his clones just can't stay out of trouble  They've created enough colonies so humanity shouldn't go extinct But political. After book two I went into Book 3 with some reservationsDennis Taylor definitely delivers in Book 3I have the advantage or the disadvantage of writing this review after a lot of other folks as opposed to the Others have written reviewsHere is a uick summary without spoilers Bob learns to embrace what he has become and not what he was The Bob i verse is all about doing whatever you want without time constraints and few physical limitations Bob is no longer human and in this book he embraces what he might be in all of its variegated formsBy the end of the book the major plot issues minus one from the previous books have been addressed in a final way and you are reasonably happy with where the author leaves things offWhile there could be further books in the Bob i verse it seems unlikely and as a reader I am fine with where things are leftA little meaty review follows Beware good reader spoilers this way lie Now to respond to a few criticisms of the book by other reviewers1 The timeline is confusing Yes you re right It certainly can be I listened to the audiobook version and did not have a piece of paper handy to write down times and events but that probably would have been useful At times I had to stop the book audio and think that does not make sense in light of last chapter and then realize that the events of the last chapter did not happen yet for the Bob in this chapter Given that there were several hundred Bobs by the end of the book and they were spread across several thousand cubic light years it would have been tough to portray unless Dennis had done it Game of Thrones style A few chapters are done that way the ones surrounding the battle at Earth include several chapters that occur near simultaneously2 The battle with the Others and the final solution of the Others is anti climactic Um you have not sold me on this one The entire book leads up to the big battle in Sol and in a way Bob is both clever and lucky to win against the Others in Sol Bob s cheaty knowledge of physics comes to the rescue and Dennis does remind us repeatedly that the Others are very arrogant The Bobs very nearly lost the battle for SolAs to the final destruction of the Others in their home system the Hail Mary play is telegraphed in an early chapter and every so often we return to the pair of Bobs on the crazy mission We know that the Others have only colonized one system and if that system can be wiped out then they are doneThe solution hurl planets into their sun at true relativistic speeds and cause a nova is a fairly clean scientific approach as opposed to space opera but it makes sense in light of the Bob i verse and Dennis did leave us some hints in the earlier books3 Bob would not just abandon humanity at the end of the book Yes that seemed a bit implausible to me too That said all the Bobs did not leave humanity Some stayed around to patrol the skies around the colonies Some continued to work on biospheres Other Bobs raised families All in all it seemed reasonable that some of the Bobs would head out to explore new worldsThose were the main objections I sawIn this book the Others are beaten at Sol barely and their home system is destroyed by causing their sun to novaBob moves on from Eden after living for twenty years as a Deltan in an android body Once his last Deltan friend dies Bob is ready to move on from mortality Bob s lack of a family as a human drives him to seek closure for the family need in the early part of his immortality This arc made sense to meThere is only one additional replicant made and that is one of Bob s human sweethearts The book explains that serving mankind in the afterlife seems like a burden So ipso facto no one wants to become a replicantI m not sure that I buy that Dennis deals with religion obliuely and mostly negatively If you eliminate a religious afterlife then my gut says that many many people would seek to live on as replicants No strike no foul thoughThere were plenty of Bobs by the end of the bookYes true Dennis never did eliminate the evil Brazilian replicants Yes that is an annoying hanging thread but the Bob i verse is robust and than able to deal with the one annoying antagonistAt the end of the book in the final Moot the Bobs essentially agree that they no longer feel obligated to defend humanity It is a non binding resolution just a general feeling that is codified and passed along to the human colonies Still at the end of the book there are still many Bobs working on helping humans outThe last scene is of original Bob visiting the ice covered glacier that was Las Vegas and bidding farewell to Bill and Will his first copiesBy the end of the final chapter Dennis had closed out the Bob i verse and I was OK with saying good byeThat is a fine way to end a trilogyWell done Dennis If They Come for Us: Poems you want without time constraints and few physical limitations Bob is no longer human and in this book he embraces what he might be in all of its variegated formsBy the end of the book the major plot issues minus one from the previous books have been addressed in a final way and The Rituals of Dinner you are reasonably happy with where the author leaves things offWhile there could be further books in the Bob i verse it seems unlikely and as a reader I am fine with where things are leftA little meaty review follows Beware good reader spoilers this way lie Now to respond to a few criticisms of the book by other reviewers1 The timeline is confusing Yes Wolf Canyon you re right It certainly can be I listened to the audiobook version and did not have a piece of paper handy to write down times and events but that probably would have been useful At times I had to stop the book audio and think that does not make sense in light of last chapter and then realize that the events of the last chapter did not happen Born to Run A Hidden Tribe Superathletes and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen yet for the Bob in this chapter Given that there were several hundred Bobs by the end of the book and they were spread across several thousand cubic light Celtic Rituals: An Authentic Guide to Ancient Celtic Spirituality years it would have been tough to portray unless Dennis had done it Game of Thrones style A few chapters are done that way the ones surrounding the battle at Earth include several chapters that occur near simultaneously2 The battle with the Others and the final solution of the Others is anti climactic Um El amante japonés you have not sold me on this one The entire book leads up to the big battle in Sol and in a way Bob is both clever and lucky to win against the Others in Sol Bob s cheaty knowledge of physics comes to the rescue and Dennis does remind us repeatedly that the Others are very arrogant The Bobs very nearly lost the battle for SolAs to the final destruction of the Others in their home system the Hail Mary play is telegraphed in an early chapter and every so often we return to the pair of Bobs on the crazy mission We know that the Others have only colonized one system and if that system can be wiped out then they are doneThe solution hurl planets into their sun at true relativistic speeds and cause a nova is a fairly clean scientific approach as opposed to space opera but it makes sense in light of the Bob i verse and Dennis did leave us some hints in the earlier books3 Bob would not just abandon humanity at the end of the book Yes that seemed a bit implausible to me too That said all the Bobs did not leave humanity Some stayed around to patrol the skies around the colonies Some continued to work on biospheres Other Bobs raised families All in all it seemed reasonable that some of the Bobs would head out to explore new worldsThose were the main objections I sawIn this book the Others are beaten at Sol barely and their home system is destroyed by causing their sun to novaBob moves on from Eden after living for twenty Mortal Bonds you eliminate a religious afterlife then my gut says that many many people would seek to live on as replicants No strike no foul thoughThere were plenty of Bobs by the end of the bookYes true Dennis never did eliminate the evil Brazilian replicants Yes that is an annoying hanging thread but the Bob i verse is robust and than able to deal with the one annoying antagonistAt the end of the book in the final Moot the Bobs essentially agree that they no longer feel obligated to defend humanity It is a non binding resolution just a general feeling that is codified and passed along to the human colonies Still at the end of the book there are still many Bobs working on helping humans outThe last scene is of original Bob visiting the ice covered glacier that was Las Vegas and bidding farewell to Bill and Will his first copiesBy the end of the final chapter Dennis had closed out the Bob i verse and I was OK with saying good byeThat is a fine way to end a trilogyWell done Dennis

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All These Worlds: Bobiverse, Book 3 Summary ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free F the younger copies are concerned with their own local problems than defeating the Others  Yet salvation may come from an unlikely source A couple of eighth generation Bobs have found something out in deep space All it will take to save the Earth and perhaps all of humanity is for them to get it to Sol unless the Others arrive first  All These Worlds is the third installment in the blockbuster Audible Original Bobiverse series which has sold than one million copie. A very funny poignant and interesting series of books The Bobs bring warmth and humour with their variations of personalities with each clone They face highly ethical and difficult decisions as they take on the role as protectors of humanity At times they are faced with a prejudice uestioning their role in the universeIs replicant a person or a tool to be used to serve If they are not a tool as shown by the Bobs can they be trusted to make decisions on the future of humanity When does religion stop evolution and encourages paranoia to the extent that they spiral into a planet wide war resulting in wiping out the majority of the planet s population Should religion be allowed to growI don t often write reviews but I have not enjoyed a series of books as much in uite sometime The Leopard Tree younger copies are concerned with their own local problems than defeating the Others  Yet salvation may come from an unlikely source A couple of eighth generation Bobs have found something out in deep space All it will take to save the Earth and perhaps all of humanity is for them to get it to Sol unless the Others arrive first  All These Worlds is the third installment in the blockbuster Audible Original Bobiverse series which has sold than one million copie. A very funny poignant and interesting series of books The Bobs bring warmth and humour with their variations of personalities with each clone They face highly ethical and difficult decisions as they take on the role as protectors of humanity At times they are faced with a prejudice uestioning their role in the universeIs replicant a person or a tool to be used to serve If they are not a tool as shown by the Bobs can they be trusted to make decisions on the future of humanity When does religion stop evolution and encourages paranoia to the extent that they spiral into a planet wide war resulting in wiping out the majority of the planet s population Should religion be allowed to growI don t often write reviews but I have not enjoyed a series of books as much in uite sometime

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All These Worlds: Bobiverse, Book 3 Summary ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Suabbles have a bad habit of dying hard and the Brazilian probes are still trying to take out the competition And the Bobs have picked a fight with an older powerful species with a large appetite and a short temper  Still stinging from getting their collective butts kicked in their first encounter with the Others the Bobs now face the prospect of a decisive final battle to defend Earth and its colonies But the Bobs are less disciplined than a herd of cats and some o. I ve really enjoyed traversing the Bobiverse but I felt Book 3 was the most choppy in that we keep skipping between vignettes and they felt for the most part uite short So it s a story told in snippets which the previous book did as well but it just felt rushed It was also limited to only a score of the hundreds of Bob s and I was left wondering what the rest of them were doingor going to doStill the war with the Others Bob s subtle stewardship of the Deltan s and the race to ship millions off Earth before they starve was engaging stuff Taylor maintains his helpful despite themselves approach to how Bob et al find politics with the continually ungrateful response from us ephemeral s eroding the generally helpful attitude of the Bob s and particularly those who are some generations down the lineWhat was a little weird was the encounter with the Brazilian which was a sidebar of little import apart from adding a touch of tension to resource allocation But as resource constraints have been a constant it was merely of the same so did not add much for me Way strange is the reluctance of pretty much anyone to upload to a VR rig Like out of millions of people nobody wants to extend their life as a computer incarnation It s has consistently made no sense to me and it made even less sense in this one given that most of humanity is living in less than ideal conditions as galactic refugees on planets other than EarthAnyway those niggles aside Book 3 draws everything to a nice conclusion leaves some tasks outstanding so there may be another book in the offing and is of eual fun to the previous two I enjoyed it even if it felt that Taylor has exhausted the how being a Bob gives me a perspective on humanity theme that really drove Book 1 so successfully