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I was focused on this story from beginning to the last word. This guy is the real deal. I enjoy his work.Published 23 days ago by alfred j. gonzalez
Good read, but lost some of the momentum by the last part of the story.Published 25 days 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 28 days ago by Peter Wake
Originally posted at Fantasy Literature.
In the future of Charles Stross’ Saturn’s Children, humans have somehow managed to kill themselves off. Read more
I have read two books by Stross; Neptune’s Brood and this (Saturn’s Children). I have to write I found the first half of both boring, so only three stars. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Wesley G Brodsky
Well, it is an interesting story, tightly written with a decent plot. Premise is intriguing, what is left after humans die out? How do our surrogates continue? Read morePublished 4 months ago by Glenn A. Hendricks
I enjoyed this very much. It was a unique perspective and was good all the way through. It has some surprises and the plot while it is a standard hero journey - is very fresh.Published 5 months ago by Ted Sbardella