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The Architect of Aeons

The Architect of Aeons by John C. Wright

The aeons roll on in the grand plan. Spoilers for the earlier books in the series -- and this is very dependent on the books before, because the story is building.

It opens with Menelaus and Blackie arguing about what happened to the planet Earth. Goes on with the question of what happened when the alien force arrived, the question of human colonies, whether to hide people from the great computer mind, the question of why Tellus went mad, that the Moon has become a nun, questions about calendars and assassination, Myrmidons and Fox-Maidens and other races of man, and much more, in three parts.
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