Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: April 15th 2000
Publisher: Tor Science Fiction
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Robert Sawyer always finds great stories to write about. His ideas always draw me in and I think I'm in for a fantastic tale. Then I reach the end and I feel like it could have been more.Flashforward had a great pull - See your own life 20 years into the future for 2 minutes and try to work out how ...
No puedo más con este libro, no me engancha, me aburre, los diálogos me resultan falsos e irrisorios, y la narración bastante extraña. Como no me apetece leer por obligación, lo dejo.
This is entertainment fiction, specifically science fiction. As I read less and less genre fiction, it takes a lot for me to stick with such books. I tend to gravitate towards literary fiction because I love the unsaid contract between author and reader that states: if I (the author) accomplish this...
Honestly I wasn't all that impressed. Much like the TV series where I saw the first episode or two and then lost interest, I really didn't connect with any of the caracters and the ending left me a bit cold. It's not a bad story, what happens when people blank out and see a glimpse of their lives ...
The television show might have fizzled out after four or five episodes (limping through a whole diminishing season after nonetheless), but it still made for a better experience than this book.Truly poor writing, chock full of clumsy exposition (a woman has collapsed in front of her 3D computer monit...
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