The Infinity Link

The Infinity Link

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by Jeffrey A. Carver
     
 

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Ancient alien travelers. Hopeless love. Astonishing encounter. Mozelle Moi's life turns into a flight of fear and astounding discovery, as she becomes enmeshed in a secret government project to make first contact with visitors from the stars. Caught in a telepathic link with the Talenki voyagers, Mozy's personal odyssey will soon be entwined with the fate of all of…  See more details below

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Ancient alien travelers. Hopeless love. Astonishing encounter. Mozelle Moi's life turns into a flight of fear and astounding discovery, as she becomes enmeshed in a secret government project to make first contact with visitors from the stars. Caught in a telepathic link with the Talenki voyagers, Mozy's personal odyssey will soon be entwined with the fate of all of Humanity.

Combining visionary scientific speculation with passionate human characters, The Infinity Link is an epic work of transcendent science fiction and an exploration into the very nature of humanity. From the Nebula-nominated author of Eternity's End.

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"A long, ambitious work, painted on a canvas as big as the solar system. The concept itself is even larger--the eventual linkup of various intelligent life forms of our galaxy, including humans, whales and several alien races. Carver carefully sets up his story and develops it in a meticulous fashion...it works very well." --Publishers Weekly

"A complex, rich, and satisfying novel." --Fantasy Review

"A compelling vision of our world on the day after tomorrow." --Joan D. Vinge, author of The Snow Queen

"A satisfying and rewarding visionary experience." --Analog

"A rich novel of immense scope, with the most detailed and brilliant descriptive passages of empathic and telepathic communication. Highly recommended." --SF and Fantasy Reviews

"A book I just couldn't put down. Murder, mystery, suspense, romance and love--The Infinity Link has it all." --Taxi Globe

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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
A long, ambitious work, painted on a canvas as big as the solar system. The concept itself is even larger--the eventual linkup of various intelligent life forms of our galaxy, including humans, whales and several alien races. Carver carefully sets up his story and develops it in a meticulous fashion...it works very well.
Taxi Globe
A book I just couldn't put down. Murder, mystery, suspense, romance and love--The Infinity Link has it all."
Analog - Tom Easton
A satisfying and rewarding visionary experience.
Fantasy Review
A complex, rich, and satisfying novel.
SF and Fantasy Reviews
A rich novel of immense scope, with the most detailed and brilliant descriptive passages of empathic and telepathic communication. Highly recommended.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940150244924
Publisher:
Starstream Publications / Book View Cafe
Publication date:
02/09/2015
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
216,592
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

Jeffrey A. Carver is the author of sixteen SF novels, including the ongoing Chaos Chronicles. Equally popular are his Star Rigger stories, including Dragon Space and Nebula finalist Eternity’s End. While his work is usually called hard SF, his greatest love remains character, story, and a healthy sense of wonder.

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The Infinity Link 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
james_landrith More than 1 year ago
I read this book while stationed in Saudi Arabia during the Gulf War.  It provided a wonderful escape from the day to day uncertainty and drudgery of  a long and scary deployment. I thoroughly enjoyed the development of the characters, the intrigue and the story's conclusion. I only wish there had been another story with Mozelle.  I loved that character. 
BuckMO More than 1 year ago
It's hard to believe this was written more than thirty years ago, but anyone familiar with Jeffrey Carver's writing shouldn't be too surprised. He is consistently a forward thinking and creative writer. The Infinity Link offers accurate insight into human nature, emotions, and hope. My only regret is that Mozy's story had to end here.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wouldn't it be something if we could reach all sentient creatures somehow?
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