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I'm a fan in general of the Culture books. I was initially frustrated a bit by the jumping around, but found the more I read the more I enjoyed it, and I did like the payoff.Published 2 days ago by Roger Davies
I am a huge fan of Iain M Banks books. This is just one of his great SF books which combines SF with a really good story. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Joern Hanssen
Purposely (apparently) confusing! The author jumps about in both time and place with very little time spent describing each new setting, forcing the reader to figure out the,... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Amazon Customer
wonderful read. can't wait for the next one!
this writer has it all. a comp'll tee read. You must read all his books.
Use of Weapons (A Culture Novel Book 3) [Kindle Edition] - from the one side the worst book of the series so far, too cruel, to self-psychological as for me,
from the other... Read more
Diagnosis of how the Culture would use a man who is diabolical. It's an analysis of how someone who is struggling with the past would choose to live, given utopia and asked to kill... Read morePublished 29 days ago by Jvthree
It took me a little longer to get into this book than the first two culture novels because of the time jumps, but the character development and insights into Contact an SC were... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ira Margulies
Perfect for casual reading,involved and arcane at times ,with rich characterization and surprise endingPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Wonderful and grim space opera retold in a fragmented way like the shattered relics of war - the pieces come together hauntingly. Explores the ethic of war and the use of weapons.Published 1 month ago by Patrick Finnigan