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by Neal Stephenson
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The Wombat's Book Blog
The Wombat's Book Blog rated it 6 years ago
Remember how I said in an earlier review that sometimes, you find a book that is just so awesome that you want to shove it in the face of everyone you have ever met and make them read it?Well. I've found another one.One of the best apocalyptic stories I've ever read, with the kind of nebulously hope...
traciloudin
traciloudin rated it 6 years ago
An interesting read. I expected to be very excited about what happens after humans return to Earth, but by the time I got to that part of the story, it had lost all its steam for me. I guess I just really wanted to know if and how humans survived and began to procreate again, and once I knew that, t...
Nichole ~ Bookaholic
Nichole ~ Bookaholic rated it 6 years ago
Seveneves: A Novel Written by:Neal Stephenson Narrated by:Mary Robinette Kowal, Will Damron Length:31 hrs and 55 mins UnabridgedAudiobook Release Date:05-19-15 Publisher:Brilliance Audio Reviewed for AudiobookReviewer.com this is my first Neal Stephenson story…..and maybe it was a bit much to ...
IntheZone
IntheZone rated it 6 years ago
I really enjoyed the story and this one would have been a five star book if the author had not gone down some technology sinkholes several times throughout the story. I really enjoyed the characters portrayed within and hope that the author continues with this universe with some additional tales wit...
Bücher, Bücher, 100000 Bücher
Bücher, Bücher, 100000 Bücher rated it 6 years ago
4.5! I have to subtract half a star because it was too long. At times I almost dozed off.
markk
markk rated it 6 years ago
When an unknown event suddenly shatters the Moon, the people of Earth face the prospect of extinction as the thousands of fragments threaten to rain down upon the planet in an apocalyptic event. In desperation, the world's leaders hatch a desperate plan to transform the International Space Station i...
Yzabel
Yzabel rated it 6 years ago
I finally managed to finish it. Yesss. I did.Now where to start.Good ideas, definitely. Using the ISS as a base for survival. Trying to cram as much knowledge and items as possible there to preserve the human race. Having to watch from above, knowing that all your beloved ones are doomed to death in...
Musings/Träumereien/Devaneios
Musings/Träumereien/Devaneios rated it 6 years ago
Published May 19th 2015. When I read the first 25 pages, my first objection was to how the moon was broken up into so few large pieces. The verisimilitude hangs on the likelihood of meteor bombardment coming down to what the Agent was, and I'm not aware of anything we currently know of that coul...
Bettie's Books
Bettie's Books rated it 6 years ago
bookshelves: summer-2015, epic-proportions, published-2015, sci-fi, a-cut-above, adventure, anarchy, decline-disintergration-degradation, disaster, drilling-mining-digging, dystopian, environmental-issues, explosion, eye-scorcher, fascinating-fayre, fraudio, contemporary, conflagration, gulp, lifes...
Shelf Indulgence
Shelf Indulgence rated it 6 years ago
Would you believe this is my first Neal Stephenson novel? I have Snow Crash somewhere in my to-read closet (I think I've had it for close to 20 years now), but haven't ever gotten around to actually reading it. I've heard a lot about him, and have always associated him with cyberpunk, but I know h...
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