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Muezzinland

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Two sisters on the run: the elder chased by the younger, both pursued by their mother. But when this mother is the Empress of Ghana and one of the most powerful people in the world, it is no ordinary chase. And life has changed in the mid twenty second century. The aether is a telepathic cyberspace. Biochips augment human brains. AI's, concepts, even symbols can be dangero...more
Paperback, 280 pages
Published October 15th 2002 by Brownstone Books
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Writtenwyrdd
I strange little book set in a distant future Africa, where the web is part of actual reality. Interesting but rather difficult to follow. Feels like a "B-" read, but I did not get through past the first hundred pages. But what the heck, I bought it in a "buck a box" of books.
Estelle
A fascinating novel, where Africa has become the dominant continent, and technology mixes with older traditions and beliefs. The two main characters, both female, are beautifully drawn and realised, and the book holds you as a reader right to the end.
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Stephen Palmer is the author of eight novels: Memory Seed (Orbit 1996; Infinity Plus ebooks 2013), Glass (Orbit 1997; Infinity Plus ebooks 2013), Flowercrash (Wildside 2002; Infinity Plus ebooks 2013), Muezzinland (Wildside 2003; Infinity Plus ebooks 2011), Hallucinating (Wildside 2004; Infinity Plus ebooks 2011), as Bryn Llewellyn, The Rat And The Serpent (Prime Books 2005; Infinity Plus ebooks 2...more
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