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It was an interesting transhumanist book, it was strange in parts but I did like the VR the forged can sync into.
I just wish there was a Kindle version.
Well written, very imaginative... The kind of semi-plausible science fiction I enjoy.Published 16 months ago by peter b
by Justina Robson
This one is hard to rate and review. Many amazing ideas but they are sort of thrown together without much story. Read more
This is a very imaginative science fiction story -- the kind of risk that might work magnificently or fail catastrophically. It fell somewhere in the middle for me. Read morePublished on September 27, 2013 by Doctor Moss
I love Bear, Niven, Pratchett. Robson equals them all. The depth of each moment's speculative imagination rivals Pratchett, who could craft a pun that astounds and fleshes out the... Read morePublished on January 27, 2013 by AnywayThoseGuys
Justina Robson's "Natural History" is a science fiction novel about individuality, loneliness, isolation, connection, freedom, purpose, the thirst for knowledge, speciation,... Read morePublished on January 20, 2013 by ML
Hard science fiction in both senses of the word, it will richly repay the time you put in. Brilliantly imagined and worked out. Challenging, involving and thought-provoking.Published on January 17, 2011 by C. Conly
whatever I expected, I didn't get it. One thing I wanted desparately was to know more about Isol; the other was to understand Zephyr more fully. Neither happened. Read morePublished on September 16, 2008 by constantread