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A New York Times Notable Book: "Hard science and human interest intersect ingeniously in this prequel to [Greg] Bear's Eon and Eternity" (Publishers Weekly).
The Way is a tunnel to the multiverse, infinite possible realities throughout the universe. From its entranceway in Axis City, the space station at the center of the asteroid-starship Thistledown, one may travel to any world and any time.
From the New York Times–bestselling author of War Dogs: A novel that "may be the best constructed hard SF epic yet" (The Washington Post).
In a supernova flash, the asteroid arrived and entered Earth's orbit. Three hundred kilometers in length, it is not solid rock but a series of hollowed-out chambers housing ancient, abandoned cities of human origin, a civilization named Thistledown. The people who
The New York Times–bestselling author of Eon continues the interstellar saga of the Way.
A devastating war has left Earth a nuclear wasteland. Orbiting the planet is the asteroid-starship containing the civilization of Thistledown, humanity's future descendants. For decades, they have worked to heal their world and its survivors, but their resources are finite. They need to reopen the Way.