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    From one of the world's best-selling science-fiction writers: the complete and unabridged audio of this tense and thrilling epic, read by Toby Longworth.

    AD 3580. The Intersolar Commonwealth has spread through the galaxy to over a thousand star systems. It is a culture of rich diversity with a place for everyone. Even death itself has been overcome. But at the centre of the Commonwealth is a massive black hole. This Void is not a natural artefact. Inside there is a strange universe where the laws of physics are very different to those we know. It is slowly consuming the other stars of the galactic core - one day it will devour the entire galaxy.

    Inigo, a human, has started to dream of a wonderful existence in the Void. He has a following of millions of believers and they now clamour to make a pilgrimage into the Void to live the life they have been shown. Other starfaring species fear their migration will cause the Void to expand again. They are prepared to stop them no matter what the cost.

    And so the pilgrimage begins....

    ©2008 Peter F. Hamilton (P)2008 Macmillan Digital Audio

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    histoire sympa mais polluée

    la trame est complexe, mais de nombreuses scènes de cul la parasitent. Les moments les plus intéressants sont éparpillés dans les rêves des personnages.

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    • Global
      3 out of 5 stars
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    • Matthew
    • 04/08/2008

    A little confusing to start with.. and then...

    OK I found the start of this book a little confusing, the narrative flits around like a butterfly from plotline to plotline without fully explaining who the characters are, but you get the hang of it eventually.
    And then... Just when I was really getting into the book, it ended. It didnt really end with a satisfactory conclusion, or even a cliffhanger to have you wanting a sequel, it just stopped. It's as if the author was told by the publisher to hurry up and finish it. Well I for one am hoping there is a sequel. But I can only give it 3 stars because of it's ending.

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    • Jon Nielsen
    • 01/12/2008

    Complex, fascinating and thrilling

    Hammilton does again. Creating a truely manificient Si-Fi future, with a magnitude of ideas and technology I for one have not come across before. The plot unwinds slowly - this book alone is over around a 1000 pages and the story continues in the newly released follow-up. But that does not make Hammilton a slow writer - the story is facinating and captivating all the way through.

    Reades migh be confused by the sheer number of characters and parallel plotlines, as well as the little trick of inserting a series of dreams essential to the plot inbetween the normal chapters. But rest assured knowning that Hammilton is the man to bring it all together to create that perfect picture in the end (the eventual end, that is).

    It might be recommended that you start with Pandoras Star followed by Judas Unchained, since a few characters reapper (and that series is now completed). Not essential though, as the timeline has progressed 1200 years, and the plot is all new.

    Hammilton is a must-read for Si-Fi fans, but be warned: Like me, you might not be able to turn it off. Beam me up.

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    • Lush
    • 12/05/2020

    Great opener / terrible narration

    The story is great. Typical Hamilton space opera. But Longworth’s narration is just terrible. His reading voice is good but his character voicing is appalling. It is so bad that it wrecks the story. His characters sound like morons. The Paula / Oscar scene is just so awful that it becomes ridiculous. I wish I could get the John Lee version but it is unavailable.

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    • Phil from Downunder
    • 18/04/2009

    Disappointing

    Someone I don't know all that well was raving about this author, so I thought I would give him ago, especially after reading the other reviews. But although there are some original ideas, it's basically, a fairly predictable science fiction soap opera. Like watching B grade movies on TV if you're bored, it's Ok to listen to if your stuck with nothing else better. I was hoping it might come close to other Sci Fi greats like, the Enders Game series, or some Asimov (the Police Detective guy things), Dune (but not it's sequels), Philip Dick (Do Androids Dream of Electri Sheep) or Rama by Arthur C Clarke. But no unfortunately. This author's hang up about sex, although not getting in the way of the book too much, is pretty weird, as some other review writer said. In fact Sci Fi writers seem pretty messed up in this area except for Orson Scott Card, which is why the Ender's Game series is the best (especially Speaker for the Dead, the second book). The Narration is good but not fantastic.

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    • Dmitry
    • 26/06/2017

    John Lee or Peter Kenney should have read it

    The Commonwealth is going post physical. And it's thousand year old​ scions sound like pirates. Each and every one.

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    • Mattias H
    • 17/06/2017

    Great story, over acted

    Great book. Toby Longworth has a nice "narrators voice" but the voice acting is over the top. Half the male characters and nearly all the females sound like idiots. Even Paula Myo (scandal!). I'll read the rest of the series myself.

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    • Artful Frog
    • 14/06/2011

    Superbly voice acted and paced

    Toby Longworth's narration places this audiobook at the pinnacle of dozens I've heard from Audible. His pacing and voice acting is effective and diverse, and brings the book to life. The Dreaming Void itself is pure space opera, and really enjoyable. My previous exposure to Hamilton was via the Night's Dawn trilogy, which spun off into left field with its mystical/afterlife/religious overtones. I'm very glad to report that with a mix of post-singularity galactic society and very human politicking this one feels a lot more like Ian M Banks' style, particulary when the measured pacing explodes into the microsecond scale and violent energy of high technology combat. Great space opera, but the clincher for this audiobook is unsurpassed commitment and acting by the narrator.

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    • Kai
    • 23/11/2020

    Better read than written.

    I simply found there were a few too many factions and characters to keep track of.

    Besides I cannot fathom Hamilton's unending love to juxtapose a highly advanced human civilisation with planets/dimensions/colonies where somehow people revert to Georgian or Victorian Britain. Every. Single. Time.

    I know there's supposed to be a suspension of belief, but seriously?


    The reader was the reason why I soldiered on. So kudos to Mr Longworth.

    Hamilton 2.5 stars
    Longworth 4.5 stars
    (Since you cannot give half a star in the GUI)

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    • Matheus
    • 09/10/2020

    A greatly narrated great continuation

    Although I didn't appreciate the exact accent and tone the narrator used with some few characters, his job of unfolding himself into so many distinguishable voices was fantastic. Of course, Hamilton's story not only can stand on it's own feet, but is an amazing continuation to the commonwealth saga!

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    • Witold Baryluk
    • 10/07/2020

    Slow, but enjoyable and different.

    somehow different than Pandora's Star and Judas Unchained, but continuation of the same universe with big changes. Nice connectioma to the previous books, both in the story and characters, despite happening 1000 years later.

    The Void is still mysterious to me, and is pretty fantastic, which is weird for a sci-fi book, but it does work. And similar to previous book a complex story of many factions, aliens, and people is created by following multiple characters.

    The story somehow stops abruptly, so next book is a must.

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    • SKodura
    • 12/05/2014

    Interessante Story, aber schlechter Sprecher

    Ich habe bisher die ersten Teile der Commonwealth Sage gehört, von John Lee vorgetragen und musste zu meinem Bedauern feststellen, das er den ersten Teil dieser Trilogie nicht gelesen hat.

    Toby Longworth macht einen zuerst kompetenten Eindruck, jedoch im späteren Verlauf der Story lässt seine Stimmenwahl für Charaktere SEHR stark nach.

    Hauptcharaktere klingen wie verblödete Analphabeten oder wie hochnäsige Zicken. So macht das Hören der Geschichte wirklich keinen Spaß, da man ständig versucht die schrecklichen Stimmen zu überhören.

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    • Maria D.
    • 10/03/2021

    great story, narrator so so

    I understand there are many characters in the book and it might be quite hard to do different voices. in particular the voices for some characters from the previous trilogy are terrible.
    the worse are paula and casimir. also every Asian character sound like George Takei

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    • MightAlDwarf
    • 03/12/2020

    title

    Almost didn't get this because of everyone raving about the narrator but he wasn't half as bad as I expected.

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    • ArrGee
    • 07/08/2020

    Pandora’s Star, read to you by disabled muppets

    If you enjoyed the previous commonwealth books and aren’t opposed to jumping ahead some thousand years in time and confronting visions so futuristic they make concepts from Judas Unchained look like Stone Age contraptions, then you’ll enjoy this as well.
    Word of warning though, while the narration is fine, dialogue makes a number of characters sound like mentally challenged muppets. Who knows, maybe that’s an untold side effect of the far off future.

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    • Daniel
    • 24/02/2017

    Langatmig und langweilig

    Der Sprecher gefällt mir nicht. Die meißten Charaktere klingen irgendwie sehr dümmlich.
    Im Gegensatz zu den ersten Teilen der Saga ist die Story sehr langweilig.
    Die meißte Zeit habe ich mich nur durchgequält weil ich wissen wollte wie die Geschichte des Commonwealth weitergeht

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    • Boshafter
    • 28/07/2016

    Story sehr gut, Qualität befriedend

    Qualität nur befriedend, da Tonalität nicht optimal ist und einigemale Cuts zu hören sind.

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    • me
    • 19/05/2016

    Elongated cliché space opera prelude.

    Würden Sie dieses Buch einem Freund empfehlen? Warum oder warum nicht?

    No. 21 hours where 2 would have sufficed. The whole book is a prelude. Hours and hours of descriptions, no new concepts/ideas, all a jumbled up mix of cliché/popular fiction.

    Wie haben Sie auf das Ende des Hörbuchs reagiert? (ohne dabei natürlich zu viel zu verraten!)

    *SPOILER*
    The, back then, revolutionary slow motion bullet scene in Matrix is just so obviously stolen, that it is the perfect bummer and summary for the book.

    Was wäre für andere Hörer sonst noch hilfreich zu wissen, um das Hörbuch richtig einschätzen zu können?

    If you like people going on forever about nothing, then this book is for you. If you are into science fiction or what the future might hold for the human race, not for you.

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    • GodEmperorofDune
    • 26/03/2022

    Peter F. Hamilton versucht sich an Fantasy

    Die Void-Trilogie ist der Nachfolger der beliebten Duologie aus 'Pandora's Star' und 'Judas Unchained'. Die Fortsetzung spielt anderthalb Jahrtausende in der Zukunft der Wurmloch-Gesellschaft Commonwealth. Peter F. Hamilton stellt uns neue Charaktere vor und ermöglicht ein Wiedersehen mit alten Bekannten.

    Die ganze Storyline ist etwas verrückt (wer die Night's Dawn- oder Armageddon-Trilogie kennt, weiß, dass der Autor mitunter untypische Konzepte umsetzt). Saggitarius A, das zentrale Schwarze Loch der Milchstraße, ist in Wirklichkeit der Void, ein abgeschirmtes Mikro-Universum. Die undurchdringliche Barriere wird nur von Träumen durchbrochen, die den Menschen im Commonwealth ein idyllisches Leben in einer quasi-mittelalterlichen Gesellschaft zeigen. Es entsteht "Living Dream", eine religiöse Bewegung, die Menschen in dieses vermeintliche Paradies transportieren will. Hiermit haben andere Akteure wie die Rayel ein Problem.

    Die Träume aus dem Void bilden die Fantasy-Geschichte in der Geschichte, die Edhart/Edihart folgt, der als Dorfbewohner in die Hauptstadt Makathran flüchtet und dort eine Karriere in der Stadtwache beginnt.

    Für eine Fantasy-Geschichte ist dieser Handlungsstrang eher lala, was bedeutsam ist, da der Anteil dieser Kapitel beständig wächst und im zweiten Buch auch schon einmal drei bis vier Stunden am Stück einnehmen kann. Es bleibt die Hoffnung, dass PFH am Ende alles so genial zusammenführt wie in seinen anderen Reihen.

    Der Sprecher im ersten Buch braucht ein paar Stunden, bis man sich an ihn gewöhnt, ist dann aber passabel. Die beiden letzten Bücher werden von PFHs Stammsprecher John Lee vorgelesen.

    Wie beim Autor üblich, wird man erst mit Abschluss der Reihe einschätzen können, ob es sich lohnt. Ansonsten erwartet einen eine etwas abgedrehte, aber unterhaltsame und nicht immer nachvollziehbare Space Opera.

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    • Simon Kaufmann
    • 23/02/2022

    Great Story

    Klasse Geschichte, leider ein komplett anderer Sprecher als in der Commonwealth-Saga.
    Gefällt mir nicht so gut, dennoch sehr hörenswert.

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    • Amazon-Kunde
    • 23/04/2021

    Better than I thought

    While I stil prefer John Lee, this narrator is not nearly as bad as some of the reviews claim. I thoroughly enjoyed listening.