Emerald Eyes

Emerald Eyes

by Daniel Keys Moran

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“Full of intrigue, excitingly presented against an original and well-thought out background.” – Asimov’s

“Ambitious, successful... the stuff of high drama – achievement, tragedy, love, heroism, loyalty, dreams – handled easily.” – Analog

The first volume in the science fiction epic Tales of the Continuing Time, Emerald Eyes is set in 2062 and introduces favorite series character Trent the Thief. The brutal Unification War has united earth. In Occupied America, the gene-engineered Castanaveras telepaths have just won a hard-fought freedom. But not everyone agrees with the ruling – least of all, cyborg Peaceforcer Elite Mohammed Vance.

All four books in the series, Emerald Eyes, The Long Run, The Last Dancer, and the long-awaited newest installment, The AI War: The Big Boost are now on sale as e-books. Emerald Eyes includes novella, “The Star, ” not available with the original paperback.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013451896
Publisher: fsand.com
Publication date: 11/29/2011
Series: Tales of the Continuing Time Series , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 242,784
File size: 741 KB

About the Author

Daniel Keys Moran is the author of the Tales of the Continuing Time. He can be found at danielkeysmoran.com.

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Emerald Eyes 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
clong on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
My brother-in-law has raved about the Tales of Continuing Time series, and after a few years of fruitless used book store searching, I finally broke down and bought two of the series at inflated prices through abebooks.com. This first book of the series is uneven. There's not much to the story, although several of the individual scenes are compelling, including a truly stunning car chase scene and a memorable final confrontation between the good guy and the bad guy which neither survives. The protagonist Carl Castanaveras is an interestingly flawed superman, essentially serving a transitional role, bridging from a not-too-far-in-the-future post-war world into a farther-in-the-future world with mysterious time travelers, two surviving descendant telepaths, and a heroic hacker-thief. I assume that some combination of these characters will carry the story forward in the subsequent volumes.
rocalisa on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
A friend loaned me this many, many years ago and I've had a hankering to reread it (and the following volumes) but it and the others are out of print and very hard to find. I recently discovered that Moran has made a number of his books, including this one, available as editions on his blog. I downloaded them immediately and enjoyed my reread of what is actually quite a bleak book about the genetic engineering of a line of telepaths and what happens to them.
wenestvedt on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
This is one of the two better of DKM's books, along with "The Long Run."
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Thoroughly engrossing and enoyable story. Looking foward to reading the next book
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've enjoyed other books in the continuing time series, but never could find a copy of emerald eyes until I happened accepted it here. While I think his later books are more refined, this was an important part of the overall story, and a pretty good read to boot.
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