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This book is one of the most boring I've ever tried to read in my life! Pages and pages of these 2 aliens talking about the weight and orbit of a rock. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Kindle Customer
It takes time to cross the galaxy..
Or does it?
Well yeah, even if you hack your way into an ancient highly advanced alien network that virtually puts you anywhere... Read more
Great abstract treatment of relativity and its effects from 1st hand experience, but more of an interesting thought experiment than a gripping storyline.Published 4 months ago by bliiir
This started off strong and stayed that way for probably 3/4 of the novel. Was disappointed that plots were left dangling, and some of the character stories just were never... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Aaron
I was looking forward to reading this book. What a disappointment. I slogged the first part of it and finally gave up.Published 9 months ago by Estelle
The novel takes place in a very distant future, with our galaxy populated by members of many different species, humans and otherwise, including many software beings. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Nigel Farquharson
If you want to read a depressing book try this one! This is the first book in years that I couldn't finish. And I tried it twice.Published 10 months ago by Hoff
Excellant story. Did not see where this was going right up until the end.Published 10 months ago by Daniel L Tetrault
Not yet finished reading this book. First impression: The plot line is illusive, but I feel I must drive through to get to the punchline. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Reluctant Reviewer