The Reality Dysfunction
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: March 1997
Publisher: Pan Books
Pages no: 1223
Edition language: English
Series: Night's Dawn , Part 1 of 2 (#1)
A vast, all-you-can-eat, SF buffet. Probably off-puttingly long for those trying to cram in 250 books in a year and whether or not the story actually needs an entire chapter on the evolution of the Ly-cilph is open for debate but for those of us happy to sud ourselves in a highly readable SF saga th...
*sigh*I wanted to like this. I did. And I liked parts of it a lot, many of the ideas were fascinating, several of the characters I really dug. But there were other issues that hampered my overall enjoyment, and they can't be ignored.On a small, barely developed planet, some kind of ancient alien for...
I bought this book because I'd heard it's good. It didn't disappoint! It's a great story with lots of tension about what's going to happen. One of the things I really liked is how the author explains some of the science behind the science-fiction stuff / technology (such as the ships). What I liked ...
"TL,DR. There are very few SF stories that justify more than 120,000 words."- Jo Walton's blog on Hugo Nominees: 1998Jo Walton is the best sf books reviewer extant (IMO), as an author she is no slouch either. Unfortunately for her The Reality Dysfunction is the exception that proves the rule, this ...
Recommended by Mark Monday (http://www.goodreads.com/review/show/203473635?utm_content=A&utm_medium=email&utm_source=comment_instant#comment_56269204)