• Title: The Holy Wars and the Resurrection of the Knights Templar Circa 2250
  • Author: Dean C. Moore
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 202
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Crusades Religious war BBC Ethics War Holy wars Jul , Involving God as part of a war campaign does not make a war a holy war for a war to be a holy war, religion has to be the driving force. Crusades HISTORY Watch videoThe Crusades were a series of religious wars between Christians and Muslims started primarily to secure control of holy sites considered sacred by both groups. THE HOLY WAR answering islam The Holy Quran strictly prohibited conversion by force, saying There is no compulsion in religion Sura ibid This is reasonable though one would, perhaps, object to war as a means of income. Medieval Warfare The Crusades The Holy Wars This program is part of the Medieval Warfare set that studies the large scale battles fought in Europe in medieval times Each program dramatically re creates key battles and uses maps, graphs

    The Holy Wars and the Resurrection of the Knights Templar Circa There have been no communiques from Earth post Singularity The Martian colonists wonder if the race abandoned space time altogether But for now they have bigger problems Their sun is going supernova
    There have been no communiques from Earth post Singularity The Martian colonists wonder if the race abandoned space time altogether But for now, they have bigger problems Their sun is going supernova well ahead of schedule The two greatest minds of the time, one a scientist, the other a philosopher, concoct a two pronged plan to save the human race Frakas, the bioengiThere have been no communiques from Earth post Singularity The Martian colonists wonder if the race abandoned space time altogether But for now, they have bigger problems Their sun is going supernova well ahead of schedule The two greatest minds of the time, one a scientist, the other a philosopher, concoct a two pronged plan to save the human race Frakas, the bioengineer, will continue to seed humanoid and increasingly alien lifeforms across the heavens using space warping ships But higher consciousness isn t exactly his specialty And the one man who can be bothered to think beyond mean survival, his philosopher friend, Draxor, must be cloned before he passes Only he can continue to uplift the ragtag worlds of hearty pioneers with little time to savor the finer things in life Only he can ensure that, for those who choose to remain in the physical universe post Singularity, evolution will win out against the increasingly stronger pull towards barbarism Thus is born the first of The Hundred Year Clones who reigns before passing the torch to the next in line There is just one problem The Hundred Year Clones are just prototypes and they re flawed.

    One Reply to “The Holy Wars and the Resurrection of the Knights Templar Circa 2250”

    1. Mixing magic, Buddhism and quantum mechanics takes skilled penmanship as does painting a literary canvas that takes in an entire galaxy and most of the sentient life and civilisations within it but I’m pleased to say Dean C. Moore manages it superbly. The novel features a multiple cast yet the main themes such as the responsibilities and privileges of power, self actualisation, the existential questioning of life, the nature of consciousness and ennui are mostly tied up in the two titanic and [...]

    2. This is the first novel I have read by Dean C. Moore, and I am hooked. An intelligent, well thought out story that takes the reader into the future when genetic manipulation has created a nightmare scenario. Biological space ships created complete with intestinal flora of a mechanical/biological nature ferry clones and genetically altered monstrous creatures through space. All of the characters are well developed, and are themselves genetically altered to handle the dangers they will encounter. [...]

    3. I need to start this review by saying that I am not normally a sci-fi reader, so my experience with this genre is somewhat limitedI am a fan however, of Star Trek and this book takes you "lightyears into the future"! Part futuristic, part wild west, and part communal in setting, it's a world filled by Moore's vividly imaginative, yet somehow believable, characters. This was a great read.ere are so many twists to the tale, you become immersed in this world. And as with every great story, Moore ha [...]

    4. This is the second novel I have read by Dean Moore and it has many of the hallmarks of his other writing, which was a completely different genre, including sharp humour, original dialogue, intelligent observations about life and great characters. This is a Sci-fi adventure but not in the sense of a Star Wars, which would be the fast food equivalent to the gourmet meal Moore serves up. On one level you can just enjoy this as an adventure story but this is a literary work which deals with issues c [...]

    5. Wow! What a GREAT book. Sci-Fi lovers, you've got to read this one, it was excellent. Spaceships that think, a multi universe, more diverse species than you can shake a stick at, Godlike beings fighting each other, lower order species fighting each other, time travel I could go on and on. The plot pits a un empathetic genius scientist against a genius philosopher. One melds living organisms with mechanical parts to the point of almost losing the living thing but gaining super efficiency in order [...]

    6. I got this book as a gift. This book is a great sci-fi adventure but it also tackles very important themes that we are beginning to struggle with. This book is the story of manipulating of human genetics and cloning of people. As we begin to experiment and learn about this type of technologies ethical questions begin to arise. This book investigates the results of people using this technology for their own power and what the repercussions of their actions could be. Although this is the main them [...]

    7. If you enjoy sci-fi with a very broad sweep, where anything is possible, then this story is for you. Moore has concocted a univerise with vast, almost intimidating breadth, but he conveys it to the reader with humour and with as well as imagination. Genetically-engineered lizards, earth-moving insectoid terraformers, laser-toting philosophers and more make an appearance, but this isn't all about the weird and wonderful. The story is about humanity's nature and how far we may end up from it shoul [...]

    8. Well what can I say.The Hundred Year Clones Number 1 has been another excellent adventure by Dean C Moore. I've said it once and I'll say it again, Mr Moore knows how to keep you hooked. He expertly writes a sci - fi world with a little hint of fantasy thrown in to create some sort of perfect blend that is just magical. I actually read this one a little on Wattpad, and needless to say I am very impressed with the end result. If Dean has an idea he will tweak it endlessly until it becomes the bea [...]

    9. Dragan is the hundred year clone in this one. The universe is a different place then the first book. The antagonist is now Nero, who massive space vehicle is home to an elite that use other living life forms as their food stocks. This is a real good read by itself, or with the other two books. Either way works.

    10. The genre of this book is it's own, unique as yet unnamed, blend of sci-fi and fantasy, (something the author calls telepathy, telekinesis, and teleportation). The plot, the whole story, is of supreme importance--the characters (and there were many) seem not to be described or fleshed out as much as their philosophies or station in the plot. The one encompassing trait of the characters is their interchanges; the dialogue being (while off in the future) totally contemporary and full of deprecatin [...]

    11. The Hundred Year Clones is an oustanding series of sci-fi novels which I discovered a while back on Wattpad. It is great to see Moore's vision come to fruition and if there is any justice, this series will be hugely popular.One thing that will grab you is the author's fantastic sense of humour with one liners that will have you saying 'I can't believe he just wrote that!'Highly recommended.

    12. Hard science fiction fans will enjoy this book by Dean C. Moore. Neural scans, digitized personalities, clones, sentient networks, and much, much more. The tension between Philosophy and Science is deeply explored, where the possible and the ethical shake hands before battling out. Highly recommended.

    13. I read this book with a big smile on my face. Lots of humour and action in a good story, what more can you want. I would recommend it to any one who loves science-fantasy. Very good read indeed.

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