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He liked the character development and story line as well as the good science.
Winner of the 2006 Hugo Award, Charles R. Wilson's book is superb, and is a deserved winner of that best science fiction novel of the year award.
I highly recommend this one for reader's who enjoy a great science fiction book!
Worth the read.
Solid ideas but a little long. Some parts a little unrealistic (the religious and mass psycology parts) but the physics seem plausible. Read more
The novel starts our strong and I was loving it for the first half or so of the book, despite a few weak spots. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Sky Blue
I've been reading this book for awhile now and I just finished it. It really felt like it became part of my life for a bit, a very slow part. But I immensely enjoyed it.Published 16 days ago by L. M. Christon
Great and imaginative story with lots of room for further exploration.Published 22 days ago by David Robinson
A good book because of an imaginative interstellar concept. I would have given it 4 stars but the author dragged the story a bit. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Todd Gutschow
Enjoied the book as well as the next one. New concept so interesting to read something completely different.Published 1 month ago by Robert O'Briant
This is one of the best books I've read in several years. Keeps you engrossed throughout, and impossible to put down.Published 1 month ago by M. Jarrett
One thing bothered me...page 185....moonlight? Thought the moonlight was blocked....great book though.Published 1 month ago by Christopher Oakley