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    Quintessentially Robert J. Sawyer

    “Quantum Night” is very different from your usual Robert J. Sawyer, yet quintessentially him. It has the best of both worlds, as only Sawyer knows how to write: engaging and mind-blowing scientific theories grafted on superb storytelling. A must-read!
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    Quantum Night

    Sawyer explores a quantum theory of consciousness. Thought provoking and a page turner. Well up to Sawyer,s usual standard. It offers some insights into mob psychology.
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    Quantum night

    Well, he went into so much detail abou q1,q2, and q3 people, that i got a headache. I am a fan and have read and liked all his earlier work, but not so mjuch this one.
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    Quantum Night

    Sawyer bases his stories on well researched speculative science. Quantum Night however attempts to wrap a story around an overly worked exploration of psychopathy. The book was so bogged down in the discussion of the science it became boring early on and the reader lost interest in what was happening to the characters. Sawyer also failed in making a beleivable connection between the focus of science and the characters to the global context.
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