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by Walter Jon Williams
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TCWriter rated it 8 years ago
If you don't take it too seriously, it's a big chunk of fun. The story begins life in a pocket universe on very much a "sword and sorcery" level, but quickly expands its reach into multiple universes, massive artificial intelligences, and a sizable battle for control of the known universe. Plenty of...
Saturdays in Books
Saturdays in Books rated it 8 years ago
There are a lot of ways that this was a fun, light adventure, with sword fights and robot battles (though not at the same time). But rather than praise all the kitchen sinky wormholetastic goodness herein, I find myself dwelling on the parts I didn’t like. And, oh, how I wish that was confined to my...
thomcat rated it 10 years ago
This sci-fi/fantasy novel has a little bit of everything - and I do mean everything - and varies from the scale of a day's ride on a horse to the oort cloud and universes beyond. It all works pretty well too - the characters are interesting and funny and memorable. If I were younger or older this bo...
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Dantastic Book Reviews rated it 13 years ago
When it comes to genre fiction, I'm a big fan of books that use what I'm now calling the Reese's Effect to tell an interesting story. That is, I like when genres collide as chocolate and peanut butter do in Reese's Peanut Butter Cups.Implied Spaces is a prime example of the Reese's Effect (see, it'...
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