The Magog eggs in Harper's belly are close to hatching. Harper and Hoone work on a device to bend time and space to extract the eggs. But the device has unforeseen consequences. Future ... See full summary »

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The Magog eggs in Harper's belly are close to hatching. Harper and Hoone work on a device to bend time and space to extract the eggs. But the device has unforeseen consequences. Future selves, old allies, old/new enemies all collide on Andromeda. Written by Jesse Sanchez

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The title is drawn from the classic fantasy novel 'The Worm Ouroboros' by E.R. Eddison, published in 1922 but which had a revived popularity in the '60s when reissued by the paperback publisher (Ballantine Books) of the hit Tolkien 'Lord of the Rings' and 'The Hobbit' novels. See more »

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Seamus Harper: Yeah baby, you'd better believe it. A man makes his own density.
Höhne: Destiny.
Seamus Harper: Yeah, that too.
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