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Deus X and Other Stories

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solange keiner den Stecker zieht. Die Menschheit freilich hat das Ende der Fahnenstange erreicht. Der Meeresspiegel steigt, das Ozonloch wächst, die Atmosphäre ist verpestet.
Der einzige Ausweg besteht darin, im weltweiten Netz für das elektronische Dublikat jedes Menschen ein Plätzchen zu finden. Die katholische Kirche steht vor ihrer größten Herausford
Hardcover, 231 pages
Published September 2nd 2003 by Five Star (ME) (first published 1992)
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Dec 12, 2007 Bill rated it it was amazing
Deus X is my favorite work in the Cyperpunk genre, it is a shame more people haven't read it.

On the occasion of the election of Pope Francis, my mind was upon the future issues the church will have to wrestle with and that caused me to think of Deus X. And upon thinking of it, I decided to re-read it yet again. And it never disappoints.
Oct 20, 2010 Thomas rated it really liked it
Shelves: cyberpunk, sci-fi, 2011
A great mindbending sci fi book dealing with ecology, mortality, cyberspace, and the Roman Catholic church.
Jul 31, 2007 Gabe rated it really liked it
An engaging musing on soul, self, intelligent machines and the Roman Catholic Church.
Jul 27, 2009 Kevin rated it liked it
The version I had was ONLY "Deus X", but it was a pretty good book.
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Shelves: cyber-space
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