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The book is well written, interesting story, and really holds it grounds to (almost) the very end.
I congratulate Mr. Stross for developing such an intricate technological scene for his future society, but a single paragraph in layman's terms would suffice.
Which is really too bad, since the skeleton of the Eschaton story is the book's most interesting part.
Like many of Stross' works, he introduces and explores some genuinely interesting ideas, most particularly regarding relativity & time dialation and what impacts FTL travel might... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
The upside of Stross is that he has incredible range, so if you hate one of his books, you may still love many of the others. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
the books is great, even though sometimes hard to udnerstand since it jumps in to the singularity universe all at once,
the kindle version though lacks correct formatting
Present day SF books require a Phd in Physics or Maths to be understood!
This is an example of FTL travel - in other words, time travel. Read more
Fast paced real scifi, no silliness. Good flow and well written. I enjoy his singularity books, makes your mind wonderPublished 3 months ago by Lucian Badea
Poorly written. Not enough initial background information to set the stage for the story.Published 4 months ago by George M. Luttrell
I may be the lone voice of dissent, when I say this is the one novel of Stross's that I couldn't finish. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Engaging characters, fascinating speculation on what might happen in the event of a Singularity. I like the use of a society that has deliberately avoided technology as a... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Tappet