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    Rare case of good hard Sci-Fi.

    I love Hard Science-Fiction. Lately, I have a problem finding any science-fiction. Most of book/movies that claim to be sci-fi are in reality either "Space-Fantasy" or "Future-Fantasy". That why this book took me be a surprise, It has a sound premise, and well-written story, split in 4 "Books". First, few chapter were making me wonder if this is sci-fi. But the payoff was satisfying. If you like Interstellar travels or sci-fi at all you have to read it.
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    Cliched, misogynistic rubbish

    There are no characters to root for, as they all are discarded within a quarter of the book. The plot is trash, with more coincidence and dumb luck and overused tropes than can be counted. The male gaze is the prominent viewpoint here, and couples seem to gravitate to sex in a way too predictable fashion. The plot is also predictable, which wouldn't be so bad if the entire book wasn't just heavy handed exposition over and over. The references to other sci-fi authors would have been cooler if they weren't thrown in so obnoxiously. The long awaited ending, which I kept hoping would redeem the rest of the book, was shockingly just more exposition, and of a sequence of events that clearly wasn't thought through at all. Seriously, don't bother with this one.
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