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A book that starts in seeming chaos, with chapters from dramatically different points of view slowly spirals together into a conflict over the fate of artificial afterlives. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Matthew Skau
Its Iain M. Banks - that is all you need to know.
Read all the Culture books in order if possible...
Banks is gone now- no more to come :-(
Not quite at the end yet but, so far, this has not disappointed. Iain's prose is, as usual, both poetic and direct. Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. Kemp
Iain M Banks crafts fantastic worlds where he doesn't simply look to the future but takes possibilities to their most grand, if not a times most extreme. Read more
One of Iain M. Banks I've read before, but excellent for any lover of scifi, virtual worlds, and awesome world building.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Culture is a delightfully refreshing model that endures. Banks does not disappoint. More worlds like this are needed and sought.Published 2 months ago by JG
The Culture Novels are stunningly imaginative. Banks sketches entire civilizations with a few deft paragraphs. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Hugh Taylor
Have read all the Culture novels two to three times. Truly amazing writer, what a great shame it was to lose him. He re-energized my interest and love of Science Fiction.Published 4 months ago by Brian Keith