Surveillance (Intervention, #1)



For 60,000 Years The Five Races Of The Galactic Milieu Have Waited For The Time When Human Mental Development On Earth Is Ready For Intervention As The 20th Century Draws To Its End, Phenomenal Mental Powers Are Displayed By Operants On Earth One Of These Is Rogatien Remillar, Book Dealer.Surveillance (Intervention, #1)

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  • Paperback
  • 368 pages
  • Surveillance (Intervention, #1)
  • Julian May
  • English
  • 05 August 2018
  • 0345355237

10 thoughts on “Surveillance (Intervention, #1)

  1. says:

    I first discovered Julian May about three or four years ago, when I picked up Jack the Bodiless, Book 1 in the Galactic Milieu Trilogy I thought, Fantastic Book one I can start at the beginning But after I was already well into Jack the Bodiless, I learned that it was the beginning of a trilogy that, in fact, was built upon earlier series So, it wasn t exactly a Book 1 in the strictest sense.I hunted down and purchased both the sequels and the two books that came before Jack the Bodi I first discovered Julian May about three or four years ago, when I picked up Jack the Bodiless, Book 1 in the Galactic Milieu Trilogy I thought, Fantastic Book one I can start at the beginning But after I was already well into Jack the Bodiless, I learned that it was the...

  2. says:

    Simply the best space opera, and the best series of novels I ve ever read This is the first of the nine, and while the last three show signs of fatigue, these novels capture a cast of characters, and one in Marc Remillard, that are truly memor...

  3. says:

    Is Julian May still well known today If not, its a shame because to me she seems to come out of that crop of SF writers that popped up during the eighties Kim Stanley Robinson, Iain Banks, Dan Simmons, David Brin, William Gibson are among the others that come to mind, you could also throw CJ Cherryh in there although she technically started in the late seventiesthe stuff I really like from her is from the eighties though that were not just dependably solid and enjoyable to read but als Is Julian May still well known today If not, its a shame because to me she seems to come out of that crop of SF writers that popped up during the eighties Kim Stanley Robinson, Iain Banks, Dan Simmons, David Brin, William Gibson are among the others that come to mind, you could also throw CJ Cherryh in there although she technically started in the late seventiesthe stuff I really like from her is from the eighties though that were not just dependably solid and enjoyable to read but also came across as a concerted attempt to do something different every time, whether it was playing with storytelling techniques or staking out new ground or simply glorying in their own voices there s definitely a good sized group that could easily fill up a graduation class photo.May wasn t really a child of eig...

  4. says:

    A good start to the prequel trilogy that while not being to thrilling compared to others in the trilogy However it did a fine job starting the beginning to the series and introducing Rogi, one of my favorite characters.

  5. says:

    While this and the subsequent Metaconcert are clearly a prologue to the upcoming main events of the later books, this story serves the purpose well, taking the reader from the first hints of humanity s widespread psychic abilities in the 40s and 50s up to 1992 the near future at the time the book was written.It has a pseudo scientific woo ish feel to it, since the settin...

  6. says:

    These books affect me just as greatly as they did when I first read them fifteen oryears ago I have such affection for Rogi, and all the crazy Remillards It s fascinating to come back to them for the fourth or fifth time and see how muchI understand about the motivations and actions of the characters I still love the aliens I think May s aliens influenced me as much as orthan Star Trek s version And I know that May primed the pump for my eventual devotion to philosophy as These books affect me just as greatly as they did...

  7. says:

    This tells the story of the evolution of the human mind People all around the world start developing new mental abilities The story focuses on a particular family that plays an important role in the development of the human...

  8. says:

    This entire series by Julian May and really there are three series remains one of my favorites.

  9. says:

    First book bridging two series by Julian May, starting at the very beginning of developing mindpowers in children all over the world.

  10. says:

    I love this whole series, despite the fact that Julian May just loves to hit the reader over the head with her great, big bat of foreshadowing.

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