The Quantum Thief
Publish date: 2010
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
Actual Rating = 3.5 starsWhat to say about this mind bender? Reading this reminded me of the first time I read [b:Neuromancer|22328|Neuromancer (Sprawl, #1)|William Gibson|https://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1285017005s/22328.jpg|909457]. That sense of being on the periphery of understanding...
I really wanted to like this book a lot. But, I can't really like a book a lot that requires me to look online to make sure I'm understanding things correctly. I appreciate that this book is complicated, I appreciate that this book doesn't info-dump and is generally pretty streamlined. I had a b...
So I FINALLY finished this book...and I gotta say once i hit the last 150 pages or so, I just couldnt put it down!The problem was that during the middle of the book, I was so clueless as to what was going on and who was who that I kept putting it down and forgetting about it!Now, I love books that l...
I am very surprised and delighted by this novel. I half-expected an idea or a theme from Stephen Baxter's Flux, but was thoroughly captivated by such a deeply thought-out world and a complex plot. I didn't find many issues with plot discontinuity, as such. There were quick scene changes that might h...
Very good stuff. You will not understand half of what is happening in the first half and you will think you know more than you actually do towards the end. Still it is a fun ride. I will go through the wikipedia and fan articles and then read it again before I start "The fractal prince"
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