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I adore all of Alastair's writing, first discovering him when I lived in Africa - this book is especially stunning, his scope is always expansive but he's able to convey an... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Good hard sci-fi. If you have read anything else by Reynolds, you'll be familiar with the "feel" of the story, though this takes place in a different universe than his... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Although the story was decent what I appreciated most about the novel was the near-future setting with realistic scientific advances. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ryan Ray
*Huge Reynolds fan* But this book took about 400 pages to get interesting. Even then, it wasn't THAT interesting. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Rachael Barrett
the story starts slowly, but once it gets going the story really takes offPublished 3 months ago by Ryan B.
Please read my review in The Prefect (Ace Science Fiction) - I didn't want to copy & paste here :)Published 5 months ago by I. C. Onur
Review: Blue Remembered Earth
After the lackluster Terminal World and Slow Bullets, I picked up Blue Remembered Earth with trepidation. Read more
Highly enjoyable. The 'science' is welcome as I shy away from purely a fantasy based story line.
Mind you, I am no scientist.