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Caitlin is euphoric with the experimental implant that will enable her to see.
He has a very accessible style almost making the writing of the novel look too easy which is a skill of a great writer.
I am looking forward to reading the next two tomes in the series, as well as other creations of Robert J. Sawyer.
Interesting and fun read. Obviously, it makes some great leaps and assumptions, along with glossing over a number of things, but entertaining overallPublished 9 days ago by Tim
Catches you from the first to the last page, again Robert Sawyer exceeds himself. Pushes you to search for Wonder.Published 14 days ago by Miguel Hirsch G.
Great Ideas and concepts. NEW thinking and great fluid writing. His imagination and thinking blew me away. I kept asking myself, how does he think of these thingsPublished 1 month ago by Charles Leavell
I wanted to like this book. I've enjoyed Robert Sawyer stories in the past, however, I just found the book dragged. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Serene
There isn't a whole lot of action in the first book of the trilogy, but the depth of the characters and their relationships make it easily one of my favorite novels ever. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Patrick Stone
12/07 - There is a lot of internet related techno-speak (I want to call it babble, but I won't, because it probably makes sense to readers who are more profficient at understanding... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sarah Frost
I am a Robert Sawyer fan and own most of his books, so I bought this on the Kindle for easy reading despite having received the book as a gift. But I was not thrilled. Read morePublished 9 months ago by CyberDad
Well paced, well researched. Captivating. Thrilling ride! Can't wait to start book two!!!
Fasten your seatbelts and out your thinking caps on!!!
I don't remember how I first came across this one, but the basic idea is that the Internet becomes self-aware. Read morePublished 10 months ago by D. Thompson