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This is hard sci-fi in that there is lots of techno/bio concepts. But it seemed to me that the author was trying too hard to "prove" he knew what he was talking about and... Read morePublished 7 days ago by A Reader
The underlying theme of this haphazard story is whether one can be intelligent without being conscious, and the book's premise is “yes”. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Alf P. Steinbach
one of the mast fascinating and satisfying sci-fi novels i've ever read.Published 10 days ago by will floyd
A lot of odd and interesting ideas that take time to absorb. First read struck a little cumbersome, second reading highly recommended.Published 13 days ago by Curmudgeon Doug
Ohhhhh! Ben read book and say yes, read book. I read book once and say fine work, writer. I hope more books are your thing.Published 24 days ago by ben moore
Nice "Hard" sci fi. No dragons or wizards. Interesting concepts of self, human brain issues and free will. Also first time I used Audible and it was well worth it.Published 26 days ago by D. Carlton
Part philosophy, part science, and completely fascinating. The story might be too layered and abstract for someone who is looking for a fast moving yarn. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
Blindsight is a wonderfully imaginative and cerebral story of First Contact. This is the first book I have read by Peter Watts and I'm disappointed in myself that it took me this... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ben Hargrove
Great read, filled with interesting twists and turns about the nature of humanity and the universe. The characters and the setting haven't been seen in other science fiction, which... Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. Paul Apfelbeck