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Son of Sun's is a wonderous begining, with a lot of twists and turns, and all the suspense and high adrenaline action any fan could ask for. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jbug
having trouble understanding anyone's motivation. confused by the sexy scientist chick who offers passionless sex as a rewards to the borring hero dudePublished 5 months ago by Jason Mark
Incredible world, great characters. Most unique sci-fi I have ever read. Karl Schroeder is my favorite science fiction author next to Arthur C Clark. Really brilliant. Read morePublished 7 months ago by reader
Absolutely loved this book! I have since purchased the second in the series, and I think it's even better.Published 8 months ago by Thom Powell
Well written and creative. Nothing really amazing though compared to all the great science fiction out there.Published 19 months ago by occorled
Was a slow moving book that seemed to take forever to launch and then didn't go far. I like the more fantasy than futuristic and this is very futuristic.Published on February 24, 2013 by Kenneth Robert Fee III
I seem to have had the reverse impression of most of the other reviewers here; I thought the story was well-told but the fictional world was so implausible that I was distracted... Read morePublished on February 13, 2013 by bmills
One of the most intriguing world settings I've encountered in a long time. Virga is a planet sized Dyson sphere, fully pressurized with an atmosphere and an ecosystem powered by an... Read morePublished on November 27, 2012 by S. R. Gyll
I found Karl Schroeder while doing a Google search on authors at the same level of writing as Charles Stross. His name came up several times so I took a chance on this book. Read morePublished on November 20, 2012 by Impetusin