Blue Remembered Earth
Publish date: January 2012
Publisher: Orion Publishing Group
Pages no: 512
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Space Opera
, Speculative Fiction
, Hard Science Fiction
Series: Poseidon's Children (#1)
For me, the best thing about "Blue Remembered Earth" was the narration by Kobna Holdbrook-Smith. His energy and his mastery of all kinds of interesting accents, made this long book a stimulating, if leisurely quest rather than a tediously long journey. Set a couple of centuries in the future, afte...
Poseidon’s Children #1 I wasn’t sure what to make of this book based on the description, but it was one that I’d been meaning to read, I needed a new book to listen to, and the narrator is the same guy who reads the Peter Grant books (which apparently upset some of Alastair Reynolds’s regular audi...
1st sci-fi in a long time. Enjoyed the search round the solar system and trying to figure out Eunice's plans
Blue Remembered Earth is set 150 years into the future, at a time when Africa has become the central dominant power in a society that is a semi-totalitarian near utopia. When the protaganist, Geoffrey's, grandmother, a cantankerous rescluse, who lived her life as an explorer and adventurer, dies she...
First of a projected trilogy, with the second available in hardback at the time of writing. Intra-family strife, secrets, the death of a Matriarch and a trans-solar-system treasure hunt for - who knows what? Imagine what The Da Vinci Code could have been if written by a competent SF novelist as op...