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Confusing books lead to bullet point reviews. It's the best way for me to gather my thoughts. I had been hoping to like it much more than I did. My wife and I are reading it at the same time with plans to follow it up with the Netflix show. After reading, I may not be rushing into watching it. Positives - Very unique and creative.
The futuristic possibilities, technologies, devices, politics, etc.
Negatives - Some may say that this is an intelligent novel that makes you think. For me, it was just a very confusing novel. Every time I thought I knew what happened, there would be some weird shift seemingly out of left field and I was lost again. Often I was not sure where they were or what they were doing.
Then, as before I would start to think I knew what was happening and the shift would happen again. Maybe this is appropriate for a book where people keep switching bodies.
Naked being gratuitous and mainly for shock value and nude actually advancing the plot and increasing the artistic value. Genetically engineered by the U. Read more 6. His former employers have abandoned him on a Read more 4.
The Steel Remains by Richard K. Such is the prophecy that dogs Ringil Eskiath—Gil, for short—a washed-up mercenary and onetime war hero whose cynicism is surpassed only by the speed of his sword.
Gil is estranged from his aristocratic family, but when his mother enlists his help in freeing a cousin sold into slavery, Gil sets out to track her down. But it soon becomes apparent that more is at stake than Read more 3. The Dark Defiles by Richard K. Ringil Eskiath, a reluctant hero viewed as a corrupt degenerate by the very people who demand his help, has traveled far in search of the Illwrack Changeling, a Read more 5.
The Cold Commands by Richard K. Morgan From the award-winning author of Altered Carbon and Broken Angels—a turbocharged new thriller set in a world where killers are stars, media is mass entertainment,and freedom is a dangerous proposition.
Guns to Guatemala. For the men and women of Shorn Associates, opportunity is calling.
In the superheated global village of the near future, big money is made by finding the Morgan's Thirteen is near-future science fiction, very much in the vein of Bladerunner. A failed government program to produce a more violent, aggressive form of military fighter has resulted in the U. But not all of the government subjects have been Often I was not sure where they were or what they were doing. Then, as before I would start to think I knew what was happening and the shift would happen again.
Maybe this is appropriate for a book where people keep switching bodies. Naked being gratuitous and mainly for shock value and nude actually advancing the plot and increasing the artistic value.
The sex and violence in this book are very heavy on the naked side.
Not that I mind a little gore or some steamy hanky panky, but it was kind of extreme in this book and I am not sure it was truly needed for the plot. The audiobook was not great. The narrator was monotone and whispery.