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The twenty-first-century solar system is a smaller, more crowded place. Eleven extraterrestrial races have settled the planets and moons, sometimes interacting with human beings, sometimes ignoring them altogether in pursuit of their own enigmatic ends. On Venus, the massive Bgarth tunnel tirelesly beneath the soil, transforming the planet in strange and unpredictable ways

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Mass Market Paperback, 320 pages
Published October 1st 1999 by Eos (first published 1998)
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Anthony
May 11, 2013 Anthony rated it it was ok
Shelves: sci-fi
The ending really falls apart comparatively to the rest of the book. Most of the story felt like a good noir that happened to take place in a sci-fi universe that's never fully fleshed out or explained, but then the final 50 pages or so build up to a climax that it didn't quite promise. Some time gaps and a few instances of telling old history that break up the current action hold it back from being something really good. There are flashes of greatness in the idea and execution, and the flaws ar ...more
Brent Franklin
Mar 21, 2009 Brent Franklin rated it it was ok
Interesting universe and some touching scenes are not enough to redeem this novel that never settles on a proper tone and instead goes whimsically swashbuckling around with flat characters. Probably was meant as sophisticated and updated spin on sense-of-wonder pulp.
Bob Rust
May 06, 2017 Bob Rust rated it it was amazing
Deepdrive (1998) a complex quest plot revolving around the eponymous Faster Than Light drive and a passel of Alien races who activate the longing for Exogamy.
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Mar 27, 2012 Jeff rated it did not like it
Couldn't finish it, I have only done that to a handful of books over the years. Just was very disjointed and could not keep my interest. Interesting concept but was not fleshed out enough to draw me in.
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Alexander Jablokov writes science fiction for readers who won't give up literate writing or vivid characters to get the thrills they demand. He is a natural transition for non-SF readers interested in taking a stroll with a dangerous AI or a neurosurgeon/jazz musician turned detective, while still giving hardcore SF fans speculative flash, incomprehensible aliens, and kitchen appliances with insec ...more
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