Comment: I read the whole trilogy about 30 years ago,

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I read the whole trilogy about 30 years ago,

when it first came out in paperback. There wasn't much libertarian fiction around at that time, and I was hungry for anything I could find.

It mostly bored me out of my mind. On reflection, I may not have finished it; I seem to recall that about half way through the last volume I decided I wasn't particularly interested in how it would end, and I just quit reading.

Two MUCH better books from the same time period: Alongside Night, by J. Neil Schulman and The LaNague Chronicles by F. Paul Wilson.

Recommended reading: The Most Dangerous Superstition by Larken Rose