5 edition of The metaconcert found in the catalog.
|Series||Intervention -- bk. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||282 p. :|
|Number of Pages||282|
Jack the Bodiless by Julian May Book Resume: In the year , Earth stood on the brink of acceptance as full member of the Galactic Milieu, a confederation of worlds spread across the galaxy. Leading humanity was the powerful Remillard family, but somebody--or something--known only as "Fury" wanted them out of the way. Magnificat (Galactic Milieu Trilogy Book 3) and over one million other books are available for Amazon Kindle Jack the Bodiless, and the young woman called Diamond Mask can hope to lead the metaconcert to destroy Marc, Unify humanity, and pave the way for the Golden Age of the Galactic Milieu to begin "A CERTAIN CROWD-PLEASER." /5(70).
“Fascinating May has cemented her position as one of this generation's foremost storytellersThis satisfying end to a remarkable feat of the imagination is a necessary purchase.”—Library Journal By the mid-twenty-first century, humanity is beginning to enjoy membership in the Galactic Milieu. Human colonies are thriving on numerous planets, life on Earth. The Novels Edit. The series begins with Intervention: A Root Tale to the Galactic Milieu and a Vinculum between it and The Saga of Pliocene Exile (ISBN , Boston: Houghton Mifflin, ).This was released in one volume in the UK, but in mass market paperback in the USA as two volumes: Surveillance and calls Intervention a vinculum, or link-tale, between the Saga of.
Only the very Unity he fears and abhors can foil Marc’s plans. And only his brother, Jack the Bodiless, and the young woman called Diamond Mask can hope to lead the metaconcert to destroy Marc, Unify humanity, and pave the way for the Golden Age of the Galactic Milieu to begin “A certain crowd-pleaser.”—Kirkus Reviews. She felt the helmet’s weight, the pressure of the heat-resistant suit intended to protect her in case of mental flashover, even her tongue moving nervously over her teeth in her closed mouth. The distractions would vanish once the metaconcert was established and the work began. I’m ready, she said to Jack. The control deck disappeared.
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Product details Series: Intervention (Book 2) Mass Market Paperback: pages Publisher: Del Rey (Janu ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: x 1 x 7 inches Shipping Weight: ounces ( /5(15).
Metaconcert book. Read 17 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. All over the world, the metapsychics are honing their skills, learning /5. The book's principal protagonists are members of the Remillard family of New Hampshire—whose descendants are featured in Julian May's Saga of Pliocene Exile, a worldwide best-selling quartet that combined science fiction and cerebral adventure/5(4).
The Metaconcert: Book Two of Intervention: A Root Tale to the Galactic Milieu and a Vinculum Between it and the Sage of Pliocene Exile Julian May Published by Ballantine, New York ().
Surveillance and Metaconcert, the two books that tell the tale of the alternate twentieth century where psychic people are being born and the social and political consequences of this development are examined, function as a bridge between the four books of /5(12).
The metaconcert: a root tale to the galactic mileu and a vinculum between it and the saga of Pliocene exile by May, JulianPages: The second half of Intervention is The Metaconcert and things are much darker in what, at the time, was the future but is now the past.
That’s sort of the awesome thing about these books–the intervention part of things takes place in The finale of the 2 book Intervention series.
Still very good and very interesting, though at this point it is very clear that the story will be continued in the next book, Jack the Bodiless. Great stuff, I really enjoyed these and still do/5(2). Title: The Metaconcert Title Record # Author: Julian May Date: Type: NOVEL Series: Intervention Series Number: 2 Language: English User Rating: This title has no votes.
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The Metaconcert: Book Two of Intervention: a root tale to the Galactic Milieu and a vinculum between it and the Saga of Pilocene exile. [Julian May] Home.
WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Julian May was born in Chicago in She has written numerous books, including The Many-Colored Land, The Golden Torc, The Nonborn King, The Adversary, and Intervention (Book One: The Surveillance and Book Two: The Metaconcert).
Magnificat completes her trilogy of novels involving metapsychic humanity and the talented Remillard : Random House Publishing Group.
When a metaconcert ends normally or is dismissed, remaining power points in the pool are divided among all the participants (the conductor receives the remainder if the points can’t be divided evenly). Augment. For every additional power point you spend, this power’s duration increases by 1 minute.
31 Responses to “The Metaconcert” Dead Stuff With Big Teeth Says: June 1st, at am. My eyes went straight to ‘Intervention’ and then a group of people gathered together what could this. So Jack the Bodiless is technically book #6 since its based in the future, but only if you look at like the stupid Star Wars re-numbering insanity lol.
Actually its PlioceneIntervention which is book 5 (though some countries broke it into two books) and then the Galactic Milieu which are books /5. Jack the Bodiless is the first book in the Galactic Milieu Trilogy. This book and the rest of this trilogy should be read after reading the other related series, the Intervention books (Surveillance and The Metaconcert) and The Saga of The Pliocene Exile (The Many Colored Land, The Golden Torc, The Nonborn King, The Adversary)/5(53).
Although it appears that each book theoretically could stand on its own, all of the books really are - like minds in a metaconcert - parts of a greater whole.
Thus, they should all be judged together as one whole epic tale, and not compared to each other as separate parts.5/5(5). When a metaconcert ends normally or is dismissed, remaining power points in the pool are divided among all the participants (the conductor receives the remainder if the points can't be divided evenly).
Augment: For every additional power point you spend, this power's duration increases by 1 minute. By A.D. nearlyhumans had fled the civilized strictures of the Galactic Milieu for the freedom they thought existed at the end of the one-way time tunnel to Earth, six million B.C.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Metaconcert: Vol 2 by J. May (Paperback, ) at the best online prices at eBay. Free delivery for many products!. ISBN (Released in the United States as two mass market paperbacks: Surveillance and Metaconcert.
Released in the UK as a single volume) Surveillance (Intervention no. 1) as separate paperback from Metaconcert. Metaconcert (Intervention no. 2) as separate paperback from Surveillance (Del Rey, Janu ). ISBN A metaconcert is a metapsychic construct that coordinates the exercise of metapsychic powers (usually primarily the same type) to create an effect greater than the sum of its parts.
See also Metapsychic unity. Many-Colored Wiki is a FANDOM Books Community. View Mobile Site.Julian May was born in Chicago in She has written numerous books, including The Many-Colored Land, The Golden Torc, The Nonborn King, The Adversary, and Intervention (Book One: The Surveillance and Book Two: The Metaconcert).
Magnificat completes her trilogy of novels involving metapsychic humanity and the talented Remillard family.