History Literature / CountToTheEschaton

16th May '17 11:06:12 AM CurledUpWithDakka
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* ArcWords: "Count to a trillion" is one, the length of time it will take for [[spoiler: Rania's starship to return to earth]] as is, possibly "asymptote."

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* ArcWords: "Count to a trillion" is one, the length of time it will take for [[spoiler: Rania's starship to return to earth]] earth]]; as is, possibly possibly, "asymptote."



* BroadStrokes: Some cultures' versions of past history are...strange. The Witches, for example, believe that Creator/CSLewis and Creator/ArthurCClarke explored the Louisiana Territory in 1492...

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* BroadStrokes: Some cultures' versions of past history are... strange. The Witches, for example, believe that Creator/CSLewis and Creator/ArthurCClarke explored the Louisiana Territory in 1492...1492....



* OneHeadTaller: Mentally invoked by Menelaus after Princess Rania's growth spurt: "He hated the fact that the top of her head no longer fit nicely under his chin when they hugged...It seemed obscurely unnatural, as if someone had made a mistake when putting the universe together."

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* OneHeadTaller: Mentally invoked by Menelaus after Princess Rania's growth spurt: "He hated the fact that the top of her head no longer fit nicely under his chin when they hugged... It seemed obscurely unnatural, as if someone had made a mistake when putting the universe together."
9th Nov '16 5:34:05 PM nombretomado
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The ''Count to the Eschaton'' trilogy is a HardScienceFiction[=/=]SpaceOpera series in progress by JohnCWright.

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The ''Count to the Eschaton'' trilogy is a HardScienceFiction[=/=]SpaceOpera series in progress by JohnCWright.
Creator/JohnCWright.
11th Jul '16 10:07:31 AM Morgenthaler
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* RedHeadedHero: Menelaus.
27th Dec '15 10:08:40 PM ScholardArme
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** An alert reader can detect when Menelaus' mind is fully engaged by a problem, because he forgets to maintain his Texanism affectation.
19th Aug '15 6:28:57 PM ScholardArme
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!!Forthcoming


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26th Jun '15 7:56:32 PM MookVanguard
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* InsaneTrollLogic: Rada Lwa's justification of his attempted murder of Menelaus [[spoiler: Dropping a satellite on Menelaus was a necessary act because it was the outcome of deorbiting the satellite, which was necessary to stop Menelaus' military control over the world. It was a necessary act, therefore not murder. On the other hand, Menelaus killing De Ulloa was murder because Menelaus actively attempted to cause harm.]]
26th Dec '14 4:52:17 PM Sunwalker
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* [[TwoPartTrilogy Four-Part Hexalogy]]: The series was supposed to be four books, however it grew to six. For example ''The Judge of Ages'' continues straight from where ''The Hermetic Millennia'' ended, because at first the two books were supposed to be one but they were split in two because of the size.
23rd Nov '14 11:46:44 AM Sunwalker
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* ''Vindication of Man''
* ''Count to Infinity'' (series finale)
7th Nov '14 9:18:04 PM twingle93
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* OminousFloatingCastle: In ''The Judge of Ages'', there is the villain's floating tower which is even described as ominous. It may be the largest one in literature, 165 thousand miles high, and has more surface area than China.
2nd Aug '14 10:58:34 AM Balesirion
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!!Forthcoming (possibly)
* ''The Concubine Vector''

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!!Forthcoming (possibly)
!!Forthcoming
* ''The Concubine Vector''
Architect of Aeons''
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