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War has come to Concord. Now no one and nowhere is safe. When indestructible warships and dimension-tearing weapons are not enough to defeat the enemy, how do you protect thousands of worlds and trillions of citizens from a Rasu tidal wave bent on devouring everything in its path? The Rift Bubbles offer much-sought protection, but is the safety they promise anything more th War has come to Concord. Now no one and nowhere is safe. When indestructible warships and dimension-tearing weapons are not enough to defeat the enemy, how do you protect thousands of worlds and trillions of citizens from a Rasu tidal wave bent on devouring everything in its path? The Rift Bubbles offer much-sought protection, but is the safety they promise anything more than an illusion? A weapon crafted by the nearly extinct Ourankeli may hold the key to gaining the upper hand—or it may be a doomsday bomb too dangerous to chance wielding. The Asterions strive tirelessly to improve upon and create new weapons that can kill Rasu, even as Nika Kirumase draws tantalizingly close to unlocking the true power of kyoseil. Yet for every strategic move Commandant Miriam Solovy makes to thwart the Rasu’s advances, the enemy swiftly counters in a deadly battle of escalation. We don’t need to fear death, for it cannot hold us. Regenesis, long the exclusive domain of Anadens, begins to take root in human society. But the possibility of immortality for all does not sit well with those who would rather keep it for themselves. When a conspiracy to sabotage the future of regenesis is uncovered, an unlikely advocate decides to risk his one-and-only life to bring the perpetrators to justice. And amidst all the conflict, the enigmatic Katasketousya have been playing a secret long game with the fate of the universe. Now events race toward a rendezvous with their unfolding machinations, and the resulting collision is going to change everything. * In Amaranthe, where exotic alien life, AIs, wormholes, indestructible starships and the promise of immortality rule the day, no feat seems out of reach for humanity. But when the worlds of Aurora Rhapsody and Asterion Noir collide and the Rasu horde descends upon them both, more will be asked of heroes past and future. More will be given and more taken, and when the dust settles the very fabric of Amaranthe will be altered forever.


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War has come to Concord. Now no one and nowhere is safe. When indestructible warships and dimension-tearing weapons are not enough to defeat the enemy, how do you protect thousands of worlds and trillions of citizens from a Rasu tidal wave bent on devouring everything in its path? The Rift Bubbles offer much-sought protection, but is the safety they promise anything more th War has come to Concord. Now no one and nowhere is safe. When indestructible warships and dimension-tearing weapons are not enough to defeat the enemy, how do you protect thousands of worlds and trillions of citizens from a Rasu tidal wave bent on devouring everything in its path? The Rift Bubbles offer much-sought protection, but is the safety they promise anything more than an illusion? A weapon crafted by the nearly extinct Ourankeli may hold the key to gaining the upper hand—or it may be a doomsday bomb too dangerous to chance wielding. The Asterions strive tirelessly to improve upon and create new weapons that can kill Rasu, even as Nika Kirumase draws tantalizingly close to unlocking the true power of kyoseil. Yet for every strategic move Commandant Miriam Solovy makes to thwart the Rasu’s advances, the enemy swiftly counters in a deadly battle of escalation. We don’t need to fear death, for it cannot hold us. Regenesis, long the exclusive domain of Anadens, begins to take root in human society. But the possibility of immortality for all does not sit well with those who would rather keep it for themselves. When a conspiracy to sabotage the future of regenesis is uncovered, an unlikely advocate decides to risk his one-and-only life to bring the perpetrators to justice. And amidst all the conflict, the enigmatic Katasketousya have been playing a secret long game with the fate of the universe. Now events race toward a rendezvous with their unfolding machinations, and the resulting collision is going to change everything. * In Amaranthe, where exotic alien life, AIs, wormholes, indestructible starships and the promise of immortality rule the day, no feat seems out of reach for humanity. But when the worlds of Aurora Rhapsody and Asterion Noir collide and the Rasu horde descends upon them both, more will be asked of heroes past and future. More will be given and more taken, and when the dust settles the very fabric of Amaranthe will be altered forever.

30 review for All Our Tomorrows

  1. 4 out of 5

    Katie Cross

    Loved sinking into this book, as usual. The multiple plot lines and high-stakes energy kept me deeply in it. It was a desired and needed escape every day. Again, Jennsen manages to create an intense situation with new developments that I didn't see coming. Yet, when I look back, they seemed so inevitable! Eagerly anticipating the next! Loved sinking into this book, as usual. The multiple plot lines and high-stakes energy kept me deeply in it. It was a desired and needed escape every day. Again, Jennsen manages to create an intense situation with new developments that I didn't see coming. Yet, when I look back, they seemed so inevitable! Eagerly anticipating the next!

  2. 4 out of 5

    EJ Fisch

    ~insert obligatory opening statement about how this series somehow keeps managing to deliver even after 17 books~ Okay, look. Was this my favorite Amaranthe book? Honestly, no. But I by no means didn’t like it—after all this time, I’m so invested in these characters and this ever-evolving story that I can’t help but continue loving it. Despite not enjoying the book as a whole as much as I’ve enjoyed others (if memory serves, I think Relativity might still be my all-time favorite), ~insert obligatory opening statement about how this series somehow keeps managing to deliver even after 17 books~ Okay, look. Was this my favorite Amaranthe book? Honestly, no. But I by no means didn’t like it—after all this time, I’m so invested in these characters and this ever-evolving story that I can’t help but continue loving it. Despite not enjoying the book as a whole as much as I’ve enjoyed others (if memory serves, I think Relativity might still be my all-time favorite), this one still had gems of its own. And really, that’s part of what’s been so cool about this whole series, especially once Aurora Rhapsody and Asterion Noir merged and the cast essentially doubled. There’s something for everyone. If you love sci-fi but you’re more invested in a space opera / exploration setup, you might be more eager to read parts with Alex and Caleb. More of a military sci-fi junkie? You’ve got Miriam, Malcolm, and all of their endeavors. Like more of a cyberpunk twist? There’s Nika, Dashiel, and the other Asterions, plus the human Prevos and Artificials. Want a little more intrigue and espionage in your sci-fi? You’ll love what the Anaden crew is up to. Sometimes these things overlap a bit (for example, here in All Our Tomorrows , Miriam and Malcolm get mixed up in their fair share of intrigue, which was a fun change), but for the most part, if there’s an element of the overall story you’re not as invested in, chances are there’s something else you love. Personally, I tend to gravitate toward the space opera / exploration / action / intrigue elements. Alex and Caleb have been the very foundation of this series from the beginning, and their adventures never cease to thrill and entertain. Caleb has of course spent the last couple of books dealing with the implications of the bond he shares with Akeso, and in this book he discovers that bond has granted him a new ability that, by its very nature, is quite contrary to who he used to be as a person (like pre Starshine era). So that’s interesting. I think I’ve gone off ranting about Eren in pretty much every review I’ve written since his character was introduced. The guy just steals the spotlight in every scene he’s in, and it’s always neat to see what kind of dynamic you get when he’s interacting with different characters (for example, here in AOT, we see him team up briefly with Morgan, and you just know that’ll be fun—I can’t unhear Thor / Chris Hemsworth when he’s talking to her). And then he and Nyx are such a deliciously chaotic pair, forced to work together and rely on each other against their will but ultimately both smart enough to sincerely back each other up when the situation calls for it. I love them both so much it hurts. And then there’s Corradeo (yes, I’m well aware I spent half of my last review raving about these three as well). In one moment, he’s a breath of fresh air, because you know he’s come back to try to stabilize relations between the Anadens and Concord after some of the chaos in the last few books. In the next moment, he says or does something that reminds you he’s a master manipulator at heart, even if his intentions are good. That makes for a really interesting character, I’d say. Combine that persona with Eren and Nyx’s dynamics—both individual and collective—and, well, I think you already know how I feel about all of that 😌. (side note: I was reading through some old reviews—I’ve apparently been talking about the three of them since Rubicon and I’m not even a little bit sorry) Oh! And how could I forget about the Kats? They’ve of course had their virtual fingers in all the pies for the duration of the series, and it’s sometimes easy to forget that. As I’ve beta-read the last couple of books, G.S. has asked me if I have any inkling what the Kats are planning, and I still don’t have a solid grasp on it (which I’ve been told is fine LOL). I can definitely tell there’s something brewing behind the scenes though—it’ll be the ultimate slow-burn reveal, and I’ll bet it’ll be a doozy. Here in AOT, there were a few scenes from Mesme’s POV that I actually really enjoyed, partially because I enjoy the wording and structure used for the Kats’ ultra-formal speaking style, and partially because it feels like you’re getting a look behind the curtain. Okay I’m getting long-winded here. Despite this not being my favorite book, I get the sense it will end up being the catalyst for some important events in the near future. The resolution of THE CLIFFHANGER it ends on will almost certainly answer some questions that have been plaguing us. I would also note that this review where I talk about my favorite things barely scratches the surface in terms of everything that actually happened in this book, so you’ll just have to go and see for yourselves.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Julie

    And once again, G. S. has written a book that left me breathless, had me laughing and crying, not to mention fearing for characters that have become like family. Once more we’re immersed in their stories, the politics and battles that make this story huge in scope and yet intimate in nature. It’s a testament to her writing that even this far into a series I’m still totally in love with her worlds and her people. All the way through this book there was a sense of urgency, of impending doom and ch And once again, G. S. has written a book that left me breathless, had me laughing and crying, not to mention fearing for characters that have become like family. Once more we’re immersed in their stories, the politics and battles that make this story huge in scope and yet intimate in nature. It’s a testament to her writing that even this far into a series I’m still totally in love with her worlds and her people. All the way through this book there was a sense of urgency, of impending doom and change that affects everything. I was so immersed in this book reaching the end was a disappointment, I wanted more. I can’t wait to see what happens in the next book because the world of Amaranthe has become so familiar and following this story since Starshine has become an addiction. I want their happy ending even though this book left me uncertain as to whether that would happen which is a good thing because it keeps me guessing. To me that’s what good writing is all about and these books have that in spades. Would I recommend this book and this series to sci-fi fans? Without hesitation. They’re just that good.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Eva

    It took me a while to finish reading this novel, but not because I didn't like it. My life has been a bit chaotic lately, and I have trouble reading two pages without falling asleep. It's cool to find all the characters. I really like Malcolm. I also really liked the scene between Valkyrie and Thomas. I love all the scenes with Miriam. And Akeso! I want to meet it. Caleb, would you introduce me? ;-) I can't wait to see how they get the upper hand on the Rasu. I don't have enough time to develop thi It took me a while to finish reading this novel, but not because I didn't like it. My life has been a bit chaotic lately, and I have trouble reading two pages without falling asleep. It's cool to find all the characters. I really like Malcolm. I also really liked the scene between Valkyrie and Thomas. I love all the scenes with Miriam. And Akeso! I want to meet it. Caleb, would you introduce me? ;-) I can't wait to see how they get the upper hand on the Rasu. I don't have enough time to develop this review, but I can say that I can't wait for the next book!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Scathach

    They really can't catch a breath, can they? This was another amazing instalment and the final cliffangher had me craving for more already. I am worried for Malcolm... I know he is a Fleet Admiral but this side project of his is scary. Eren... without giving any spoilers... just thanks. I think he needs to finally get out of the tunnel. New enemies... old enemies... things are getting huge and more dangerous for our friends. This is going to be a long wait. They really can't catch a breath, can they? This was another amazing instalment and the final cliffangher had me craving for more already. I am worried for Malcolm... I know he is a Fleet Admiral but this side project of his is scary. Eren... without giving any spoilers... just thanks. I think he needs to finally get out of the tunnel. New enemies... old enemies... things are getting huge and more dangerous for our friends. This is going to be a long wait.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Peter Wiggins

    Another cracking read GS Jennsen doesn't disappoint - this is a totally engrossing read, which develop in ways you just don't see coming. Surprise developments from the Rasu, Concord allies and or favourite lead characters. Such an astonishing vision - can't wait for the next instalment, which I've already pre-ordered; Chaotica Another cracking read GS Jennsen doesn't disappoint - this is a totally engrossing read, which develop in ways you just don't see coming. Surprise developments from the Rasu, Concord allies and or favourite lead characters. Such an astonishing vision - can't wait for the next instalment, which I've already pre-ordered; Chaotica

  7. 4 out of 5

    Peter Dundee

    Even more Horizons So take us further and deeper and leave us on yet another precipice!. Loved it, once again thru the looking glass to yet more worlds and races that just hold and enraptured me. Already pre ordered the next one. Thank you for the journey.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Peter Kordas

    What a tale told with masterful deftness! Early on, it appears to be a story of consolidation, of a fairly gentle pace, blissfully lulled into not suspecting what is to come. Everyone nestled into a comfy spot... Suspicions are not aroused as the tension of the catapult is slowly drawn, reader blissfully unaware, except for some... oddly placed comments. "That's interesting", you say to yourself, and push on with nary a second thought..... Then our very gentle author finds first gear, and you're What a tale told with masterful deftness! Early on, it appears to be a story of consolidation, of a fairly gentle pace, blissfully lulled into not suspecting what is to come. Everyone nestled into a comfy spot... Suspicions are not aroused as the tension of the catapult is slowly drawn, reader blissfully unaware, except for some... oddly placed comments. "That's interesting", you say to yourself, and push on with nary a second thought..... Then our very gentle author finds first gear, and you're OK with that, because, well, you felt a little more action would be nice..... all of a sudden, all hell breaks loose, you suffer from the dizzies.... and then you run out of book.... How did that happen? A bit like the cartoonish Road Runner running out of road at the top of a cliff, over-running it by a few meters, then a startled expression on his face as gravity kicks in.... For the next installment, "Chaotica", (doesn't that title elicit imagery), I suggest getting a neck brace to prevent whiplash. It's gonna blast off at breakneck speed... How on earth did I run out of book? Talk about wanting more... such pressure on a recently relocated author... To misquote the movie "Oliver": "Please mam, can I have some more?"

  9. 4 out of 5

    Elyse

    Each time I finish the most recent novel in Jennsen's series, I shake my head and think there's no way she can top this one. And yet every time, the next one does! Strong, smart, complex characters - as always. Rich multiverse of species and cultures - as always. In this book, I especially appreciated the conversations of Valkyrie and Thomas, exploring the very human issues of intelligence and sentience. Jennsen is masterful at stabilizing the worlds, then growing the characters, then disrupting t Each time I finish the most recent novel in Jennsen's series, I shake my head and think there's no way she can top this one. And yet every time, the next one does! Strong, smart, complex characters - as always. Rich multiverse of species and cultures - as always. In this book, I especially appreciated the conversations of Valkyrie and Thomas, exploring the very human issues of intelligence and sentience. Jennsen is masterful at stabilizing the worlds, then growing the characters, then disrupting to create a new set of challenges. And the ending .... jaw-dropping. Next!!!!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Helen

    As always, I finish an instalment into the world of Amaranthine wanting more. This universe just keeps expanding, and it’s a testament to Jennsen’s skill as a writer that each character, planet, and plot line continue to evolve without being weighed down or lost in the shuffle. Somehow, book 17 feels like just the beginning.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Andrew

    Together we are strong The humans now lead the military branch of the alliance. The Rasu keep bringing the fight to the alliance. Add on a few side stories and friendships some more space wars and a little ground fighting. Another well crafted story and great read

  12. 5 out of 5

    Y.I. Washington

    The Great, The Good, The Other The Great: GS Jennsen has a brilliant mind and an expansive imagination. The galaxies, planets, people, cultures, science and technology woven through this entire series are fantastic to behold. To have created such an immense universe full of love, intrigue, betrayal, struggle and tragedy is truly a labor of love. The Good: Without leaving spoilers, sweeties, I will say there are surprises, twists, OMG moments and, a specific twist for which I truly can't wait to see The Great, The Good, The Other The Great: GS Jennsen has a brilliant mind and an expansive imagination. The galaxies, planets, people, cultures, science and technology woven through this entire series are fantastic to behold. To have created such an immense universe full of love, intrigue, betrayal, struggle and tragedy is truly a labor of love. The Good: Without leaving spoilers, sweeties, I will say there are surprises, twists, OMG moments and, a specific twist for which I truly can't wait to see the outcome. We get to see the complexities of peoples of different species, ideologies and faiths fighting an overwhelmingly advanced enemy. Not to mention my favorite characters Akeso, Felzeor and Eren are still along for the ride. The Other: While I do love these novels, there are science explanations that I tend to gloss over. I'm not a quantum physicist nor a computer expert so, I tend to think those expositions-for me-tend to bog down the storytelling. I also find the constant busyness of the characters a bit tiring. The end of the novel was a bit jarring for me. There were too many threads left dangling. While I do understand that this is an ongoing series, I felt there were too many minor plots which weren't given good enough space to unfurl before the novel ended. The Summary: The entire series is definitely worth the investment of time and money. You will meet amazing characters and species. You'll journey through the multiverse and back again. And get a futurists glimpse into the possible evolutions of humanity.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Ralph

    The saga continues with all the usual characters. The Rasu are still a threat but the Dominion and Concord have been holding their own, so far. The writing is great, as usual, as are the characters but, c'mon G.S., a cliffhanger? Really? You're better than that. The saga continues with all the usual characters. The Rasu are still a threat but the Dominion and Concord have been holding their own, so far. The writing is great, as usual, as are the characters but, c'mon G.S., a cliffhanger? Really? You're better than that.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Duane

  15. 4 out of 5

    Tina

  16. 4 out of 5

    Andrew J. DeSpirito

  17. 5 out of 5

    Ron Clayton

  18. 4 out of 5

    Dawn Stroud

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jim Galvin

  20. 4 out of 5

    John Andrews

  21. 4 out of 5

    Brenden

  22. 5 out of 5

    Matt LdK

  23. 4 out of 5

    Kristian

  24. 5 out of 5

    T. Johnson

  25. 5 out of 5

    Colin Edwards

  26. 5 out of 5

    robert pounds

  27. 4 out of 5

    Wren

  28. 5 out of 5

    Sebastian Kessel

  29. 5 out of 5

    Toni Rizzo

  30. 4 out of 5

    Mr Stephen Saxon

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