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Believable characters with a story line that keeps you interested.
Like Altered Carbon and Broken Angels, it treats you to a highly-charged whirlwind of a story centered on the activities of Takeshi Kovacs.
I'd been waiting for quite a while to read this third entry in Richard K. Morgan's series of Takeshi Kovacs novels.
I love the world and characters created by Morgan, but this one is slow, and the over all plot and ideas are not what the other two were. Read morePublished 3 months ago by r morgan
This was great, similar feel bit lots of a fresh perspective. Kinda fleshes he's out ok ask real well. Definitely worth the readPublished 3 months ago by Eric P. Seibert
I loved it! Our hero is back and creates even more havoc. Morgan once again provides a vivid background of a gritty future, filled with enough detail to bring it to believable... Read morePublished 3 months ago by J. Crowe
Who can complain about SciFi surfers? I fell into Tak's world on my first reading Altered Carbon. Woken Furies has glimpses of this for me, but also develops the human interface... Read morePublished 3 months ago by William Pelletier
I wanted to really be blown away by the last book in this trilogy but I kinda wasn't. I found myself struggling in the beginning to understand exactly what timeline the story was... Read morePublished 4 months ago by D. King
Couldn't put it down. Believable characters with a story line that keeps you interested. I recommend this to any sci-fi fanPublished 7 months ago by Chris Edhouse
If you loved Altered Carbon, you'll like this.
Almost any sequel suffers from a sort of "it's great, but I've already seen this world" flatness -- you, the... Read more
I really like the Kovacs stories. They cause me to think about the future of technology, and the implications for culture and society development, in new ways.Published 9 months ago by Roadmap
Damn this is well written. I spend a lot of time, way too much writing and in court doing very specific work which while it is challenging is not entertaining like a good sci-fi... Read morePublished 10 months ago by John J. Petry