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If readability were the only factor I considered in rating this book, I'd have given it only two stars. Read morePublished 17 days ago by James R Petrarca
I am officially a Charles Stross fan now. Having completed the three book sin the current series, Stross goes great, fresh new places. Read morePublished 17 days ago by F. Roth
This is actually not part of the Singularity series.
It does explore the "singularity" topic but it is not part of the "Singularity Sky" and "Iron... Read more
The author hits all the right buttons. His futurism is both fantasy and real -- the progression just works, and the characters are deep enough and grow enough through the acts that... Read morePublished 1 month ago by M. D. Lutze
This was the first Stross novel I read. It was awhile ago. But it remains one of the most fascinating, idea-filled, technically challenging but rewarding SyFy titles I've... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Wheels of Fire
Got hooked on Stross thanks to Glasshouse. Really enjoyed this. His imagination and world-creation are impressive, and it's what he does with those worlds that impresses me.Published 6 months ago by Ryan Essex
I'm torn with this book. It's divided into three parts. I really enjoyed the first, five stars. I liked the second, four stars at least, maybe five. Read morePublished 9 months ago by A. Fiorito
Excellent and thought provoking history of the near future, a 'saga' covering a family's acceleration towards the singularity and beyond. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Guy Bowerman