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If this is the only book Id say that any scifi fan should avoid it like a plague of metal bugs.
The main plot is interesting but the small sub stories really draw you into the character and make this book one I will read over and over.
The characters are well written, the world is very well realized, and (like most of his books) things move along pretty quickly.
I haven't read a bad Stephen Gould story yet. It's a <<little>> towards young adult (not PG) but a good story will always carry the day by me. I'm 68. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Martin Kilgore
World is started, but it is not really developed. The collection of stories seem like a lead up to further collections, or a full series. Good read, but waiting on more.Published 4 months ago by Shepherd
Not quite 'Jumper' but better than most SF adventure. Action, good characterization; Akido was fun. Better than 3rd 'Jumper', 'Impulse' (NOT counting the movie book) which had nice... Read morePublished 4 months ago by JohnJohn
I love Steven Gould's books, but this one is just about my favorite. I haven't yet read it as many times as I've read Jumper and Wildside, but give me time. Read morePublished 6 months ago by C. Dexter Moses
Decent read- several related short stories, common story line that should develop into a future book. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Curtis Childress
Don't let the obscure title and ugly cover illustration fool you, this is martial arts influenced coming of age story in a sci-fi setting. Read morePublished 7 months ago by J. Palko
7th Sigma is well written and compelling but I bought it as Young Adult fiction for my 13 year old and having to discuss prostitution with him after a drunkard accuses one... Read morePublished 8 months ago by David Martin
Take the American Southwest back to the Stone Age courtesy of the bugs - solar-powered, self-replicating robots whose metal-chomping ways not only endanger humans too close but... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Randy Stafford
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That's what seventh sigma means in terms of statistics, but it's not very obvious what it means as the name of this book. Read more