We gave it a B-
In the first in a trilogy set 1,000 years after Peter F. Hamilton’s Judas Unchained, factions scramble to prevent — or aid — the mass pilgrimage of humans into a dark, threatening region of the galaxy.
Like Star Wars, episodes I — III, but with murkier bureaucracy and hornier clones.
Lots of entertaining characters and conflicting motives — but not every strand in The Dreaming Void‘s dense web is equally beguiling. B-