Publish date: March 1st 2010
Publisher: Night Shade Books
Pages no: 300
Edition language: English
I picked this up as an audiobook last winter, when Audible suddenly got a ton of Egan's stuff. While this is a great audiobook, I'm not sure some of his harder, further flung stuff would work in this format. Greg Egan is not the sort of writer to multitask to. Hence, even this fairly straightforward...
When Greg Egan is good, he's great, and this one is a keeper.Intertwining a perfectly believable near-term future of Iran with highly realistic experimentation into artificial intelligence, it covers human (and AI) rights, life extension, ancient Farsi stories, virtual realities and what it means to...