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Starting good, but the populistic genre mix with vampires becomes too much in the end. The conclusion mirrors the authors own sense of lack of meaning, I'm sure, but is neither... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Johan Liljestrom
Cool combo of hard sci fi, horror, neurology, psychiatry and philosophy. Chuck vampires into the mix and you have a winnerPublished 18 days ago by Alec Otteman
This is indeed a stunning book. Never have I found such a profligate use of erudite ideas to move the plot. Ideas that force you to search your own soul as you read. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Marc Johnson
This book throws ideas at you faster than you can absorb them. You will find yourself rereading bits several times and still squeezing meaning out of them. Read more
Well, definitely different.
Not sure if there is a sequel, but if there is, I will have to check it out.
Haunts you more than making an impression on you. Read more
Like getting ripped off a sidewalk into a passing aircraft and then swallowed by a volcano. I find this to a very solid read. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Travis Batzer
If you get off on taking the speculative cutting edge in neurology, philosophy, physics, and biology and playing it out over the next century, there is a higher than average... Read morePublished 28 days ago by Jonah Keegan
I wasn't sure where a story about vampires and aliens would go but I was pleasantly surprised as this actually remained a coherent story with a plot that is an eye opener. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sheheryar Channah
Turgid, dreary, soporific, humorless, monotonous, plodding. If you're looking for a fun listen - this ain't it. This is a slog. Read morePublished 1 month ago by jazmaan