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What is surprising is how well this technology is integrated into the story line.
Also, as I mentioned, the info dumps are more woven into the narrative, but there were times when it felt like it was given a little too late.
Pushing Ice is only the second full novel that I have read from author Alastair Reynolds; the first being Revelation Space.
Mr Reynolds makes the impossibilities possible; His descriptions of time/space fluctuations are easily understood, characters are believable, his worlds could truly exist.Published 2 months ago by lisbif
I liked the space survival theme, where technology leaves more to be desired - that allows for exciting story possibilities. Read morePublished 3 months ago by AK
I really liked the ideas, the very real characters in an impossible situation and the way they respond to them. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Paul Fields
NOTE: THIS REVIEW CONTAINS NO SPOILERS!
Pushing Ice is the first Alastair Reynolds book I had the pleasure to read, and as such I didn't know exactly what to expect when... Read more
I'm a huge fan of Reynolds, so I'll start with the positives: typically well written; great character development (many reviewers obviously disagree, but I think the author delves... Read morePublished 7 months ago by RhodeIsland 1969
A great introduction to new places and characters. Continues on the same ideas Reynolds maintains, such as light speed is constant. I hope there will be more in this universe!Published 7 months ago by Pauli Sarkia
One of the best si-fi books ever written.The breadth and scope of this book is amazing. Way too big to ever be a movie.Published 9 months ago by Crackerjac