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In Far-Seer and Fossil Hunter, we met the Quintaglios, a race of intelligent dinosaurs from Earth and learned of the threat to their very existence. Now they must quickly advance from a culture equivalent to our Renaissance to the point where they can leave their planet.

While the Quintaglios rush to develop space travel, the discovery of a second species of intelligent dinosaur rocks their most fundamental beliefs. Meanwhile, blind Afsan - the dinosaurian Galileo - undergoes the newfangled treatment of psychoanalysis, throwing everything he thought he knew about his violent people into a startling new light.

©1994 Robert J. Sawyer (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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  • VitualBuyer
  • 04-10-16

Best of the series

It's a deep dive, a what if dinosaurs had an intelligent civilization. Excellent storytelling weaving multiple threads together into an epic saga.

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  • Simone
  • 22-09-17

Just not for me

Well it finally happened: A found a Robert Sawyer Book that I didn’t like. I’m glad the series is over, I’m looking forward to getting back to his always excellent, never disappointing, more modern works.

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