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The prose is sparse, intense and powerful. - Goodreads
And finally, limp ending. - Goodreads
Story - The central plot is fairly entertaining. - Goodreads
I just didn't find it to be an engaging premise. - Goodreads
Not exactly a thrilling page turner in that sense. - Goodreads
And it isn't enough - must have character development! - Goodreads
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In his introduction to the book, Neil Gaiman notes that most science fiction, while being about the future, is a product of the times in which it was written. Therefore, most science fiction can be easily dated within the first two pages. Books from the 80s read like Neuromancer, with their despairing cyber-topiae, books from the 50s all sound like Arthur C. Clarke, and books from the 70s have entirely too much sexual subtext.
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Review: The Stars My DestinationUser Review - Gabriel C. - Goodreads
Trigger warning. This book has some heavyweights in its corner. If I recall correctly, Sam Delany recommended it in The Jewel-Hinged Jaw. Gaiman wrote the intro (which I'll read after I write this ... Read full review
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