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Musings/Träumereien/Devaneios rated it 8 months ago
“I am the bridge between the bleeding edge and the dead center. I stand between the Wizard of Oz and the man behind the curtain. I am the curtain.” In “Blindsight” by Peter Watts What if: There is only one consciousness that we all share? (Universal Consciousness) What if: People are caught in the i...
Tannat rated it 1 year ago
Series: Rifters #2 Maelstrom picks up where Starfish left off, but I'm not really sure how to explain the book. It's good, but there's an underlying theme of abuse that could turn people off. For most of the book, we follow Lenie Clarke as she keeps slipping through the clutches of those who are a...
imyril rated it 2 years ago
Like Blindsight, Echopraxia may be one of those books that will sit better with me if I give it another whirl in a couple of year's time. I'll have to get back to you if I revisit it. As things stand, I am still trying to grapple with the point. I don't feel like I got closure or satisfaction from i...
Tannat rated it 2 years ago
Series: Rifters #1 Starfish is an uncomfortable book. I feel I should issue a warning that several of the characters have been abused or were abusers. That said, it’s also a good book. There is a dismal atmosphere that is both oppressive and claustrophobic, and a large part of it takes place in th...
imyril rated it 3 years ago
Rather hard science fiction (considering it's a novel about first contact featuring vampires in space, um) that - as good scifi should - asks difficult questions, in this case about humanity, consciousness and emotion.I found this interesting and thought-provoking rather than enjoyable, but am strug...
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