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3.64 of 5 stars 3.64  ·  rating details  ·  61 ratings  ·  7 reviews
21st century NYC--where power failures are frequent, where nightclubs are places to fullfill all your fantasies & where the only things still considered illegal are murder & trying to get away to one of the world's last truly free enclaves, Australia. Payne is a biotech researcher who finds a naked corpse in his apartment one night. Tho she's a complete stranger, h ...more
Hardcover, 1st, 326 pages
Published January 12th 1987 by Del Rey Books (NY)
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Mark Stahl
Read this when I in high school, as a member of the Science Fiction Book Club. Got to meet the author on a book signing tour, who told me of his disappointment at the generic "disco ball" cover that got slapped on the book club edition. But it didn't stop me from enjoying it. It's a great little mystery sci-fi blend, sufficiently engaging that everyone in my family (including my Mom!) read and enjoyed the book. In our house, that's a high honor.
Sarena
well, not a bad read, dystopian and futuristic, barely. Many interesting conceptual ideas, but never fully explained or resolved, these are just touched upon, sparking the readers interest, but taking you nowhere.
Erik Graff
Mar 05, 2011 Erik Graff rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Faust fans
Recommended to Erik by: no one
Shelves: sf
I picked this Science Fiction Book Club edition up used somewhere in Chicago and read it quickly. It's basically a murder mystery set in the near future, a plausible one.
Patience
eh...not bad writing but the story line was predictable...good fast read but just know you can guess what will happen before the end of the book.
Patience
ehhh....it was ok...not what I expected...lacked something....seems like this is a revisited story...
Nola
Interesting, Honor was the person who died.
Kevin
I was really suurprised with this book. I didn't expect much from it, but it was a decent little sci-fi story.
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Joe Clifford Faust is an American author best known for his seven science fiction novels primarily written during the 1980s and 1990s, including A Death of Honor, The Company Man, the Angel's Luck Trilogy (all published by Del Rey Books), and the satirical Pembroke Hall novels (published by Bantam Spectra). His novels are known for their tightly controlled plots and their sense of humor. Like many ...more
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