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Century Rain reminds me of another Reynolds non-Revelation Space book, Terminal World. In each book, he sets up an interesting starting point that he doesn’t fully explore; the... Read morePublished 17 days ago by dennster
I'm (usually) a non-reader of S-F, but have become a big fan of Reynolds, and I've read most of his works. Read morePublished 2 months ago by RhodeIsland 1969
Crying out for a sequel. Well plotted, characters to empathy size with, and visionary in the Reynolds tradition. I'm gonna read it again I liked it so much.Published 5 months ago by Bruce A. Heiman
I really liked it, but I don't see how it relates to the Revelation Space universe. I kept waiting for some tie-in, but it never happened.Published 6 months ago by Eric C Hill
The ending was not expected. Could not put it down.
I thinks Alastair Reynolds will find this a good read. Very accessible
Entertaining read with a good story line. Characters are engaging which makes for a quick read.
One note - this is NOT a Revelation Space book as the title indicates. Read more
I'm not really sure why this book is labeled on Amazon (website and Kindle store) as belonging to the Revelation Space universe since it shares nothing with the RS books beyond... Read morePublished 7 months ago by B. Jacobs-swearingen
A big Idea concept. Copies of Earth at various different epochs are found throughout the galaxy. A visit to an Earth in the fifties, with a noir but scifi atmosphere. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Luc Andre Mandeville