May 31, 2020
City Without End
Posted by Kay Kenyon

In this series Kay Kenyon has created her most vivid and compelling society yet, the universe Entire Reviewers have called this a grand world, an enormous stage, and a bravura concept On this stage unfolds a mighty struggle for dominance between two universes Titus Quinn has forged an unstable peace with the Tarig lords The ruinous capability of the nanotech surgeIn this series Kay Kenyon has created her most vivid and compelling society yet, the universe Entire Reviewers have called this a grand world, an enormous stage, and a bravura concept On this stage unfolds a mighty struggle for dominance between two universes Titus Quinn has forged an unstable peace with the Tarig lords The ruinous capability of the nanotech surge weapon he possesses ensures d tente But it is a sham In what the godwoman Zhiya calls a fit of moral goodness, he s thrown the weapon into the space folding waters of the Nigh This clears the way for an enemy he could have never foreseen the people of the Rose A small cadre led by Helice Maki is determined to take the Entire for itself and leave the earth in ruins The transform of earth will begin deep in a western desert and will sweep over the lives of ordinary people, entangling Quinn s sister in law Caitlin in a deepening and ultimate conspiracy.In the Entire, Quinn stalks Helice to the fabled Rim City, encircling the heart of the Entire Here he at last finds his daughter, now called Sen Ni, in the Chalin style Outside of earth based time, she has grown to adulthood He hardly knows her, and finds her the mistress of a remarkable dream time insurgency against the Tarig lords and , a woman risen high in the Entire s meritocracy Quinn needs his daughter s help against the woman who would destroy the earth But Sen Ni has her own plans and allies, among them a boy navitar unlike any other pilot of the River Nigh a navitar willing and supremely able to break his vows and bend the world.Quinn casts his fate with the beautiful and resourceful Ji Anzi who sent on a journey to other realms holds the key to Quinn s heart and his overarching mission But as he approaches the innermost sanctuary of the Tarig, he is alone Waiting for him are powerful adversaries, including a lady who both hates and loves him, the high prefect of the dragon court, and Quinn s most implacable enemy, a warrior whose chaotic mind will soon be roused from an eternal slumber.

  • Title: City Without End
  • Author: Kay Kenyon
  • ISBN: 9781591026983
  • Page: 333
  • Format: Hardcover
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    City Without End In this series Kay Kenyon has created her most vivid and compelling society yet the universe Entire Reviewers have called this a grand world an enormous stage and a bravura concept On this stage un

    Paul Weimer

    City Without End is the third in the "Entire and the Rose" quartet by Kay Kenyon.City Without End picks up where the (to me) disappointing second novel, A World Too Near leaves off. Titus Quinn has lost his wife, but did not destroy all of the Entire with the nanotech given to him for that very purpose. Helice Maki is free to scheme and seek her own goals. Sydney, Titus' estranged daughter, is now known as Sen Ni, continues her secret insurgency against the Tarig overlords. And then there is Ji [...]


    I think this one is the best of the series so far. Lots of action and developments, never a dull moment. Flew through it. On to the next!

    Liz Dean

    This is the first truly excellent, not just 'huh, that's interesting' book of the series. I recommend it (& the rest of the series).

    Patrick W

    Originally posted on my review blog, Stomping on Yeti, at the following location [yetistomper/2010/ Words or Less: An undeniable triumph of world building, Kay Kenyon's The Entire and The Rose is a science fantasy tale of two worlds worth exploring despite the gradual pace dictated by occasional prose problems.[return][return]The Good: Absolutely unique world-building that combines science fiction and fantasy elements and continues to grow throughtout the entire series; Carefully plotted narrati [...]


    I really liked this series, and the 3rd book ramps up the pace even more than the second book. I almost gave this book 5 stars, butI felt the ending could have been wrapped up better. There seemed to be a few loose ends, which as a reader I am left wondering. If only Kay Kenyon had added another 50 pages, everything could have been seen to it's final conclusion.


    I love this whole series, with great character development and dazzling world building. I read it quite a few years ago and I do remember that it took me the longest to stop thinking about that world almost daily. Very engrossing and it really stayed with me, and continues to do so.I am going to re-read this book and the other three very soon.


    I enjoyed this one. It had a story that moved along pretty well, introduced some new characters and gave greater depth to some prior characters, and built up to a pretty entertaining conclusion. And yet, this one almost felt like a "reboot" of the series. There were new concepts introduced that were not even mentioned in the two prior books (the Red Throne and the under city and its denizens, for example). The characters seemed somewhat different from before (Lamar, for example, did not gibe wel [...]

    Jared Millet

    This series continues to interest me and frustrate me at the same time. Book 2 overcame the meandering slowness of Book 1 by giving its hero, Titus Quinn, and honest-to-god quest to keep the momentum going. Book 3, for the first two thirds, falls back into Book 1 mode, with lots of scheming, plotting, and aimless wandering, with the only driving force being that Quinn wants to arrange some quality time with his daughter. I notice that a lot of the character development isn't accomplished by peop [...]


    A somewhat disappointing third volume to Kenyon's quartet. I dearly loved the first book, and enjoyed the second volume almost as much. But this latest entry into the series seemed to spin it's wheels a bit. The characters left me somewhat flat, and I have to admit I grew bored of the storyline. From online reviews, I gather this might be a personal reaction on my part, and not a drop in quality of Kenyon's writing. Too bad. I was hoping to be dazzled.


    This series is picking up steam. There was no doubt that the characters were compelling as was the world building, but there was a certain flatness to the narrative. I mean, a lot happened and it was all very action packed and interesting, but the dramatic moments seemed almost inevitable. This novel shakes things up a bit and sets things up for what I hope is an awesome conclusion in book #4.


    Third book in a series . . . Underwhelming, but I will probably read the fourth due to my obsessive-compulsive relationship with scifi and fantasy trilogies. I did love the image of the city and the world built by Kenyon is among the most complex and imaginative I have read in a long time.

    Elaine Nelson

    This story continues along in its convoluted way, and I can't put it down. Lots of big crazy stuff happens in this one, but she manages to hold together a big cast of characters while keeping their personalities clear and distinct.


    This series was good. Took a long time to read which is unusual. Which planet would you save?


    A well written book, but I really don't like the story or the style.

    Paul Brown

    Each book is better than the one before.


    This one started really slowly, but by the end the story was great!


    My favorite of the four "Entire and the Rose" series.


    Nice end to the trilogy.


    Full review at my blog!

    Eva Mitnick

    Book 3 of the Entire and the Rose - good, absorbing, world-building SF. A fine series.


    A fine addition to the series with intriguing hints of events to come.


    Great series.

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