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This is one book I highly recommend everyone read, it's thought provoking on the morality and moral issues that might arise when we begin changing not only our world but the... Read morePublished 25 days ago by Ralph Weaver
Long ago I read the second installment of Brin's uplift trilogy, initially unaware it was a series.I referenced (and decided to read more installments) it during a discussion with... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nicholas D. Jones
This was completely not what I was expecting, going in.
Short version: its not a great book, but it's a quick read, with a few really stand out ideas. Read more
Brin is a big concept, hard sci-fi author that never disappoints.Published 4 months ago by LeRoy M Tavares
Great science fiction , re-reading this electronically after 30 plus years or so it holds up well. Having paper printouts on a spaceship seems goofy now but that is a nitpick. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ron
This was a re-read from long ago for me in the Kindle format. I think as my memory faded the thought was that this book was much better than it actually was. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Greyhound37
This is a review of both book subject and its audio rendering.
I'll make this short and sweet. The book itself would be more entertaining with better editing. Read more
The scify concept of Uplift is vague; this book illustrates it as interaction between patron species and client. No race has succeeded alone- with one glaring exception. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer