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House of Suns reminds me why I struggle to finish good books. There is a terrible sense of loss having turned that last page. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Kindle Customer
As a fan of Reynolds, I exoected some hard sci-fi. What I got was fantasy, dragged out over aeons. With the technology exhibited in the book, you would have expected leaps in space... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
A truly different book, with new concepts and ideas, ideal to trigger "what if" moments in the reader.
A keeper in my library.
Fascinating, complicated plot line. The universe is fleshed out enough to let the reader fill in the blanks naturally, without over-descriptive language.Published 1 month 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 1 month 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 2 months ago by Arc Stealth