The second half of the two part story covering the life of Khan Noonien Singh picks up right where the first half left off, and covers up to the point where he is frozen. This is a great continuation of the last book, picking up a lot of the threads from the first half and continuing them in a way that made sense. I really liked the conflict between Khan and the other former Chrysalis children. Morrison and Hunyadi were good secondary villains. The big twist with Ament/Isis caught me off guard, I was wondering what happened to Isis, but that thought never crossed my mind. The way things ended was a bit of a surprise for me, I was expecting Khan to be captured and forcibly exiled into space, so I was pretty surprised when he actually volunteered to leave the Earth with his followers. This ending does actually work pretty well with the end of Space Seed, since that allowed Khan to do what he was supposed to do in the first place. The 23rd century story was tied up in a really nice way to. Have we seen any stories with Rain and Roberta? That seems like it could be a really fun pairing. Is Rings of Time consistent with Eugenics Wars? EDIT: Ooops, could a mod add Review Thread to the title please.