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I love a book that can take you to a different world. The world is different and the same. Classic StrossPublished 3 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 4 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 5 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 7 months ago by alfred j. gonzalez
Good read, but lost some of the momentum by the last part of the story.Published 7 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 7 months 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 9 months ago by Wesley G Brodsky