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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!
Enjoied the book as well as the next one. New concept so interesting to read something completely different.Published 4 days 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 6 days ago by M. Jarrett
One thing bothered me...page 185....moonlight? Thought the moonlight was blocked....great book though.Published 14 days ago by Christopher Oakley
Truly breathtaking. The nuances and descriptive ability of the author are wonderful. The theme is neither utopian or dystopian, although the ending leaves a great deal of hope. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Rico
If you aren't that into romance, don't pick this one up. There was way too much "oh, I love her but..." going on. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Madison
In my continuing mission to encounter modern science fiction authors to rival the classical masters of the genre, I happened across this book while browsing Amazon's... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Willy Eckerslike
Wow, I can't believe this won a Hugo. What a horribly written "sci-fi" novel. Yes, the premise is compelling, but the story is a meandering soap opera with scant science... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Pgood
This was somewhat entertaining but lacked adequate logical details to support the plot. While the author attempts to present human relationships and conflict, there is very little... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Charles B. Lemak
This is a fun read, but the pacing is a little off. Overall, I enjoyed the characters, although I think Diane developed more than any of the other characters. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tara Innes