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Count to Infinity

Count to Infinity by John C. Wright

Book six. The only thing I can say without spoilers is that the stakes in this book are the ultimate fate of the universe.

It opens with discussion of how Blackie had not quite ruined the ship, and so Montrose survived, with the help of a hypernova and then of a civilization his ship built. Letting him go on to deal with other things, which include a war with Andromeda, the episodes from the show Asymptote, Montrose's past at the Momument that he used to be unable to remember, conditions of the duel, what made the False Rania false, the origin of the universe, and more.
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