Noumenon Ultra

{4.5/5} “I think about the lives of my ancestors and what they have meant to the future. Life itself may have a greater purpose. I know the creation of more means something, though I can’t say what. Maybe each civilization is a piece of the purpose, and when one affects another we are all closer to the greater meaning.”

Noumenon Ultra by Marina J. Lostetter, published in 2020

When I.C.C. woke up on Noumenon after thousands of years it noticed some creatures had come exploring. Perhaps these were aliens, but if so then where was their ship? It discovers that I.C.C.’s ships are forbidden to the Noumonians, but one creature bravely visits until I.C.C. and she begin to communicate.

This is the sequel to Noumenon Infinity, and the final book in the trilogy.

I wish I’d read it right after reading the other 2 books in the series.

It’s about beings with extremely long range plans, combined beings, and beings trying to figure things out.

With Lostetter’s big ideas she may someday write a masterpiece, but this isn’t quite it. Nevertheless, fans of the first 2 books will want to read this one.

This is the 3rd book I’ve read by Lostetter.

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