Author Wright's Book
The Golden Age
Tor, Apr 2002, 24.95, 304 pp.
Ten millenniums into the future, the solar system is a human utopia as mankind has achieved near immortality. However, at the millennial High Transcendence gala, Phaethon Prime of Rhadamanth meets a Neptunian who insists they are old friends, but Phaethon fails to recognize the individual. Though the latter is part of a nonstandard neuroform renowned as pranksters, Phaethon believes the Neptunian a...
The Golden Transcendence
Tor, Nov 2003, 25.95, 384 pp.
For all practical purposes humanity is immortal, but with the Millennium ending, the Transcendence begins. Anything sentient in the solar system whether the creature is biological, mechanical, technological, or hybrid briefly merges into one super mind. These end days will judge the merit of all species to determine who will survive the Transcendence.
Phaethon the Exile has regained control of t...
The Last Guardian of Everness
Tor, Sep 2004, 25.95, 336 pp.
For the past millennium the Waylocks pass down from generation to generation the arduous task of guarding the dream-gate that contains malevolent beings waiting for a lapse by a watchman so they can flood into the earth to cause death and chaos. People ridicule the vigil of the Waylocks insisting that the dark forces are the realm of myths, and fantasy.
Currently, guard Galen Waylock observes the...
The Phoenix Exultant
Tor, Apr 2003, 24.95, 320 pp.
With his exile, Phaethon knows that his life will never be the same (see THE GOLDEN AGE). Instead of the advantages he has received as a member of powerful and wealthy Radmanthus House, Phaeton will traverse the solar system on a quest to regain all he lost starting with his memory.
However, though humans, other strange life forms, and sentient machines might want to offer their help, anyone who ...