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Charles Stross again and again shows that the quality of his books are excellent workmanship by world building. Read more
One of the better written books I've read recently. Charles Stross's "Saturn's Children" is a breath of fresh air. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Anonymous Shooter
I love a book that can take you to a different world. The world is different and the same. Classic StrossPublished 6 months ago by Woman of 1,000 Hobbies
Loved this book. A thoughtful extension of what the future could look like. Very sad in a way, because "humans" aren't around, but the author did an excellent job of... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
I read "Neptune's Brood" out of sequence , so I had certain expectations . I was not disappointed . None of the characters are human so sex is odd but upsetting in context. Read morePublished 8 months ago by James Boyd
I was focused on this story from beginning to the last word. This guy is the real deal. I enjoy his work.Published 9 months ago by alfred j. gonzalez
Good read, but lost some of the momentum by the last part of the story.Published 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
This could have been a classic, could have been the first decent work on the moral acceptability of controlling AI through implanted aversion and gratification urges, but as it is,... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Peter Wake
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In the future of Charles Stross’ Saturn’s Children, humans have somehow managed to kill themselves off. Read more
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Yes, The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction. It's on Amazon. You probably should have posted this on the general Science Fiction board. You would have gotten this answer plus probably many others available.
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