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Got bored after reading first half Didn't finish it.
If so, Robinson should have delved into the political theory of his governments, or detailed much more of the science behind the terraforming, or whatever.
Extremely long and in-depth view of the thoughts of the characters with very little done to develop the story.
Kim Stanley Robinson's "2312" is a book you will either love or hate & that depends on how well you can follow the main story & the background info presented in it. Read morePublished 19 minutes ago by Paul L.
Good space opera set within the confines of the solar system.
Almost a precursor to Iain M Bank's culture novels.
No one does hard science fiction harder than Kim Stanley Robinson. He has a tremendous command of science, nature, and the environments throughout the solar system. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Alex Tullo
I'm new to KSR, but I know the name as one of the better writers out there.
Ya know when you go see a movie with lots of big names in it, so it must be good. Read more
I enjoyed it but found he often got lost in the rambling dialog that took way from the story line.Published 25 days ago by James T. Weldon
A very interesting look at technology and human nature in the formation of government and political systems. The exploration of love in the future is thought provoking.Published 29 days ago by Sheree L. Ghere
Very slow start. Now it's just a little boring. I'll keep reading it.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Great vision of the 24th century. Loved the idea of the terraria. The "humans no longer conform to two sexes" theme seemed a bit odd, but an interesting part of the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by WJN
Gave up after 50 pages. Pretty boring, simple characters going through uninteresting conversations and events. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Taras Martchenko