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Somewhere East Of Life (The Squire Quartet #4)

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The final volume of the critically acclaimed Squire Quartet.
Published (first published August 1994)
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Mar 28, 2015 severyn rated it it was ok
Starts well, with the near future conceits that there's a thriving market in selling and stealing memories that can be experienced like an in-mind movie, that Germany is the dominant economic power in Europe, and that Russia has just invaded Crimea, but then, meh, nothing much happens for the remaining 350 pages.
Anthony Faber
Nov 14, 2015 Anthony Faber rated it it was amazing
Book 4 of the Squire Quartet. The only SF one of the series, with some characters from the previous books in cameo roles. Not bad, but I found the ending a bit offputting.
Xavier Dor
Jan 29, 2010 Xavier Dor rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
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Plutôt décevant. Livre offert par un ami, je trouvais l'intrigue effectivement plutôt attrayante, mais je suis finalement très déçu du bouquin dans son intégralité. De trop grosses longueurs, un personnage principal hautement antipathique... sentiments que je garderai jusqu'à la fin. Livre classé SF pour une raison obscure. Pas vraiment un de ceux que je garderai en première place sur mon étagère...
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