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A great book tho parts are painful as its not a romance OK, But it shows the face of the Future as in that respect its really good!.
Nuff Said: Indiana ED
Great description, two thirds of the way through I don't really get what's going on or why I should care! Aside from random violence, not much really happens.Published 4 months ago by Shelley Satonin
I choose this book for the birthday of my grownup son who likes this kind of literature and gave me a list earlier of the books he would like to read. Read more
...I found value in this work by Sterling. I don't remember a whit of the plot machinations or the characters ten years after reading it. Read morePublished on November 12, 2004 by Netwyrm
I have read most of Sterlings other works of fiction and loved all them (The Difference Engine, Heavy Weather, Global Head, Holy Fire, Good old fashioned future, Zeitgeist). Read morePublished on July 30, 2003
The headline isn't entirely fair as the last third of the book gets pretty good. Sadly most of the book just drags along with characters that you don't like, political philosophies... Read morePublished on August 23, 2002 by Tim Lieder