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  • Aurora

    This was a book that I enjoyed, but can't somehow get my head around. Some interesting sub-zero about Artificial Intelligence, consciousness, and self consciousness.

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  • Not meeting my hopes for a generations ship story

    Interesting in places. But overly long to sustain the characters. Plot ignores the fate of half the settlers.

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  • Long winded and full of growth

    KSR uses the language of decisions in an adventure to build a consiousness and adventure to find freedome for his heiroine.

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  • GOOD READ

    A hard scifi book that doesnt bore you with techical details. The details are enough to provide verisimilitude. An interesting take on the challenges of interstellar travel and colonization with distinct characters you can care about.

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  • Thinly Disguised Environmentalist Fable

    Eventually you start to realize that this book is nothing more than the author preaching his environmental crusade. This includes his obvious belief that humans shouldn't be exploring space, but rather just stay on earth and fix it. Any scientific theories and opinion he uses as plot devices are shaded to present his beliefs to the reader. It's kind of like he is trying to get converts to his cause using novels. It got tired about half way through, but I followed to the end to see if I was wrong about it. I wasn't.

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