All These Worlds (Bobiverse, #3)
Being a sentient spaceship really should be more fun. But after spreading out through space for almost a century, Bob and his clones just can't stay out of trouble.

They've created enough colonies so humanity shouldn't go extinct. But political squabbles have a bad habit of dying hard, and the Brazilian probes are still trying to take out the competition. And the Bobs have picked a fight with an older, more powerful species with a large appetite and a short temper.

Still stinging from getting their collective butts kicked in their first encounter with the Others, the Bobs now face the prospect of a decisive final battle to defend Earth and its colonies. But the Bobs are less disciplined than a herd of cats, and some of the younger copies are more concerned with their own local problems than defeating the Others.

Yet salvation may come from an unlikely source. A couple of eighth-generation Bobs have found something out in deep space. All it will take to save the Earth and perhaps all of humanity is for them to get it to Sol — unless the Others arrive first.

All These Worlds (Bobiverse, #3) Details

Book TitleAll These Worlds (Bobiverse, #3)
Book Author
ISBNB0736185ZL
LanguageEnglish
Pages260
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All These Worlds (Bobiverse, #3) Reviews

  • Veronique
    Dec 31, 1969

    Veronique

    4.5 (review edited)To say that I am a fan of this series is no secret. Therefore, the fact that I downloaded the audiobook as soon as it was available (yesterday) and consumed it as fast as I could, around real life that is, will shock no one :O)Taylor offers us the continuing adventur...

  • Sprogg2001
    Dec 31, 1969

    Sprogg2001

    "All your base are belong to us"  - Let the war commence. ...

  • Fabio Goes
    Dec 31, 1969

    Fabio Goes

    It's a rare thing for an author to keep his momentum throughout a trilogy. Tolkien did it, and so did Asimov in his Foundation masterpiece, but Hebert didn't, and I repute his work Dune as highly as any other major science-fiction classic of the past century. Whereas the magic is gone ...

  • Thomas
    Dec 31, 1969

    Thomas

    From the first book in the Bobiverse, I had some qualms about the whole premise. I hadn't planned on reading anything past that book, but the ending had enough questions left unanswered that I persevered. I didn't find much more to like in the second book, but having come that far, ...

  • Tyler
    Dec 31, 1969

    Tyler

    The main trunk of the Bobiverse series comes to a decently strong conclusion with this third installment. Dennis Taylor is apparently on record as saying he'll be returning to the series at a later date, which saves the book from a lower score in my estimation. Its an ok end to an inte...

  • Hamda
    Dec 31, 1969

    Hamda

    3.5 Stars, all hail the bog scum!It seems like things are winding down in the Bobiverse, book 3 deals with managing the events that happened in book 2 and nothing new really happens.The one notable part of the book is bog scum, I liked the bog scum. Can we have more bog scum? The chara...

  • Harold
    Dec 31, 1969

    Harold

    I will admit, I was excited for this book. I was looking forward to the day when it was released so I can consume it as quickly as possible. And then again, just for good measure. But after my first go-through, I have to admit that this book suffers from the same problem as the first b...

  • Justin
    Dec 31, 1969

    Justin

    What a ride! This book's pacing improved quite a bit on the second book yet continued to have the interwoven threads throughout and kept all the plots interesting. I really enjoyed how the trilogy ended and I'm excited to see what other ideas may spring up in the future for the Bobiver...

  • Mike Feldmeier
    Dec 31, 1969

    Mike Feldmeier

    I'll give it six stars if it ends up being a Hitchhiker's trilogy! ...

  • Dangiras Venckus
    Dec 31, 1969

    Dangiras Venckus

    IT'S TOO SHORT!Ok, so right of the bat - the trilogy as a whole is great and entertaining and fully worth 5 stars for me. But it really should have been one book, not three.The books themselves don't even try to hide like they are nothing more than one continual story conveniently spli...