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Loved this book! The characters were complex and the plot was engrossing and full of unexpected twists.Published 7 days ago by timultei
This was a moderately good read, although I have enjoyed Bear's "Darwin's Radio" and other novels more because they were deeper.Published 9 days ago by W. Collins
I've enjoyed other Greg Bear novels, so thought I'd give this one a try. Glad I did. Premise is that humans have colonized the moon and Mars, living in pressurized underground... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Mandorichard
I've enjoyed Greg Bear's work in the past, but this wasn't very good. Flat characters that were tough to sympathize with, the story dragged on... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Michelle Brown
One of the things I love about scifi is the contemplation of new modes of movement of humanity out in to the cosmos. This book delivered .Published 1 month ago by Mike Smith - dominoconsultant.org
Not being a woman, I have no idea if my sense of the realism of the principal character, Casseia Majumdar, is accurate or not. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jack B. Hughes
Greg Bear is a true heir of Heinlien. This great story mixes coming of age, romance, marriage, politics and hard science.Published 1 month ago by Charles Nefzger
One of the best sci-fi books of all time. I consider this book to be on the level of Foundation and Dune.Published 2 months ago by Eli Boaz