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Greg Egan
Birth date: August 20, 1961
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In one sense this is the most ambitious SF novel I've ever read. In every other it's kinda insipid. That one sense? The science! Generally, SF that isn't actually Engineering Fiction or (the very rare) Mathematics Fiction or Alternative History does its science by saying those scientific laws you kn...
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Blyth Book Blog rated it 3 years ago
I thought this had a lot of mediocre stories, with only a couple that were memorable and particularly interesting. I enjoyed the 22nd annual collection more.
Musings/Träumereien/Devaneios rated it 4 years ago
When I read an Egan's book I cannot tackle it on a purely literary level. Egan's fiction makes me think about things I didn't know I wanted to think about. This is another one of those novels with a mind-boggling universe. NB: Ah! It feels good to be back at reviewing books… If you're into...
Musings/Träumereien/Devaneios rated it 5 years ago
After reading the latest Egan’s work, I got thinking about the Caribbean Islands. I understand that the Caribbean Islands were discovered by successive explorers from Europe. I understand that Slaves from Africa were taken to these Islands as were White Indentured Workers, a polite name for White Sl...
bookaneer rated it 5 years ago
The Four Thousand, The Eight Hundred by Greg Egan Egan is one of my go-to authors for thought-provoking stories. He has a gift for bringing "what-if" questions to life, and his novella The Four Thousand, The Eight Hundred is no exception. The story alternates between the asteroids Vesta and Cere...
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