By Steve White
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ORIGINAL alternate PAPERBACK. Sequel to Sunset of the Gods and Blood of Heroes. Don Maitz disguise (Captain Morgan's Rum artist).
Pirates of the Caribbean meets instances touring heroes and godlike extraterrestrial beings. Sequel to Sunset of the Gods and Blood of Heroes.
Special operations officer Jason Thanou of the Temporal Regulatory Authority needs to once more plunge into outdated Earth’s blood-drenched prior to wrestle the plots of the Transhumanist underground to subvert that earlier and create a mystery heritage best as much as the achievement in their mad dream of reworking humanity right into a race of gods and monsters.
Jason and his partners go back and forth to the 17th century to come across the real pirates of the Caribbean—including a stunning she-pirate who seems to be Transhumanist renegade. To Jason’s horror, he additionally learns that the Teloi extraterrestrial beings who have been the awful truth in the back of the pagan pantheons of antiquity—aliens Jason believed he’d effectively destroyed—are nonetheless lively, and assisting the Transhumanists in founding an unspeakable cult. What’s extra, those are a different—and way more dangerous—breed of Teloi than before.
Jason needs to by some means thwart the plans of the sinister allies whereas while combating truth itself from falling into chaos. finally he reveals himself venturing into house with a wholly unexpected best friend: Henry Morgan.
About Pirates of the Timestreams:
“White expertly blends historic and futuristic components … to create a fast moving, detail-rich story, seamlessly putting his personal innovations into actual occasions … an exhilarating, attractive tale, obtainable to new readers and carefully fulfilling for demonstrated fans.”—Publishers Weekly
About Steve White:
“White deals quick motion and traditionally educated world-building.”—Publishers Weekly
About Steve White’s Forge of the Titans:
“. . . recollects the simplest of the toilet Campbell period of SF. White's middle viewers of not easy SF lovers might be happy ...”—Publishers Weekly
“. . . attractive leisure . . . a lot suspense and lots of well-handled motion scenes . . .”—Booklist