This final volume of the Underspace War trilogy takes place three-quarters of a millennium after book 2. Judas and all his family have long died, leaving the descendants to deal with Keymra as they see fit. Judas and the others grow annoyed with the lack of progress and the apathy the Judasians exhibit, and he shortens their lifespans, giving them less time to waste on empty pursuits. He is then known as a villain instead of a hero to his own people, and they try to forget him. Disillusioned, he forms a new body and heads back to Earth to make up for the pain and suffering he has caused humanity, even if he felt it was necessary at the time. When he reaches the outer edge of the Sol System, he feels a tug of familiarity: it's a very distant relative of one of his relatives, many times removed from him over the centuries. He boards the ship under the guise of being a random body floating among the stars. Once he wakes up, he befriends the crew and learns about the changes humanity has gone through in the years since his last contact with them. His budding romance with his very distant female relative is interrupted by orders from the superiors of the ships' crew to rendezvous with another vessel. After their unexpected approach leaves hopeful ambushers out of luck, they take on a group of scientists and leaders from the other vessel. Then things start to get more complex as Judas becomes aware of a strange entity that is both similar and very different to Underspace. The Entity breaks free of its human captors and comes to face off with Judas, who it wants to absorb to increase his power. Judas has each of his wives grow or occupy bodies so that they can help him defend the crew of the Whaler. Betrayals and plots thicken as the Overspace Entity arrives, leading up to a climactic battle between Judas and his allies, and those who oppose him. This time though, his enemies are much better suited to face him.
NOTE: this is the rough edit for the 10th anniversary edition. Editing is in progress.
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