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Chasm City - Alastair Reynolds
Chasm City
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In a city overrun by a virus that attacks both man and machine, an agent pursues a lowlife postmortal-and uncovers a centuries-old atrocity that history would rather forget...
In a city overrun by a virus that attacks both man and machine, an agent pursues a lowlife postmortal-and uncovers a centuries-old atrocity that history would rather forget...
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Format: mass market paperback
ISBN: 9780441010646 (0441010644)
Publisher: Ace Books
Pages no: 694
Edition language: English
Series: Revelation Space (#2)
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Turn The Page
Turn The Page rated it
Tanner Mirabel, who I would deem an assassin by trade, is after the man who killed his boss. As he zooms in on his target, events begin to unfold which include memories induced by a virus which cause him to doubt his mission, as well as his own existence. Plunging into the storyline, one is reminded...
infinispace
infinispace rated it
4.0 Chasm City
Full review here: http://infinispace.net/2013/08/review-chasm-city-alastair-reynolds/ Chasm City is a complex, thread heavy roller coaster of a ride, less space opera and more gothic-noir space adventure. But be warned, nothing is really as it seems until about the last 20 pages, and that's when t...
Tannat
Tannat rated it
3.0 Chasm City
A little too dependent on the helpful stranger, but overall an enjoyable read. Oh, and more aliens should call their spaceships void warrens.I think this book should be read before Redemption Ark, even though it's considered standalone. It could even be read before Revelation Space.
Only the good stuff
Only the good stuff rated it
4.0 Chasm City (Revelation Space)
A good story, even if it didn't fit into the Revelation Space story line. It kept my interest to the end. That is good enough. But not great.
bibliokay
bibliokay rated it
4.0 Chasm City
I can feel this story percolating in my head, my final opinion coming together like puzzle pieces as time goes on. I think I like it more having read it than I did in the process of reading it, primarily because that feeling of confusion (purposefully induced by the author) during reveals is so unco...
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