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Fascinating, complicated plot line. The universe is fleshed out enough to let the reader fill in the blanks naturally, without over-descriptive language.Published 9 days ago by April C.
This is the book to start off with Alastair Reynolds. It has the breadth of his style and the kind of frame of mind you will need for most of his works. Read morePublished 12 days ago by theshowmecanuck
The story focuses on short personal timeframes but spans galactic timescales.
There is a depth to the story and characters.
Buy this book.
Alastair Reynolds has an amazing ability to create future worlds with multi-dimensional life-like characters and universe that is not flat and simplified as in some works. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Arc Stealth
It is a curse to be a discerning reader and at the same time love fantasy and science fiction. The genres are wastelands. At best, 1 out of 100 books is worth reading. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Alex
No joke, I have probably read this book ten times. Even knowing how everything turns out, it is such a fun, exciting, and clever ride that it's worth repeating. Read morePublished 2 months ago by mofolotopo
Run out and buy everything that Alastair Reynolds has written! If you haven't already. His books are so addictive- because of the complex characters and deep themes in his works. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Nathaniel Buck