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This book was driven by a great and very imaginative plot.
China Mieville's characters and story lines are both out of this world and of it; the writing here is vivid and the detail of an imagined world is excellent.
Then, I finally picked Railsea up and read the first 30 or so pages...then 70 and then 100 and then 200 and then...well, I just couldn't put it down.
odd style, excellent science fiction writing, some of the best for intellectualsPublished 9 days ago by W. Sherman
Perhaps, for some readers, Railsea with its huge murderous moles will be to much and for others its emphasis on moles will be to little, but I'm sure that even you will not... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Tudor Ciocarlie
This book has the rare distinction of being both wholly unique while paying clear homage to the progenitors of this type of science fiction, the most obvious and early being... Read morePublished 20 days ago by A. Caporaso
This book is a huge amount of fun. Anyone who might be put off by the dark tone of Mieville's other books need not worry about that with this one. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Eric Elliott
It took a few chapters before my mind wrapped around the voice of the novel. I'd come into it without reading any excerpts or reviews so I wasn't quite ready for the directions and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by L. Schodts
My first Kindle book, and it was a very good read - intelligently written in a creative style, full of interesting characters and plot lines that keep you turning pages. Read morePublished 1 month ago by James C. Riddle