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The Amadeus Net by Mark A. Rayner
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Jun 16, 11

bookshelves: kindle, lgbt, sci-fi
Recommended to Darlene by: Free Smashbook
Recommended for: Distopian/Utopians
Read from May 15 to June 16, 2011, read count: 1

What if Mozart wasn't in that mass paupers' grave? What if he had managed to live not only to the current age but centuries beyond, even after the world had been hit by a huge meteor. That is the main plot. But there are many subplots. A sentient city, Amadeus and the sex-change, Amadeus and the lesbian nurse, wars and rumors of all kinds. The story was very good. But I think the copy I got for my Kindle wasn't cleaned up enough. For one the author repeats himself, then the Title or Author's name was there to interrupt the flow. (I read and listened to text to speech). Hopefully future editions will be much better.
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18.0% "What if Amadeus Motzart didn't die--ever? Interesting story so far."
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Darlene I wrote the above a little over a month ago. I still remember Amadeus Net with fondness. I may have to read it again someday. I don't often feel like re-reading a book but there were so many subplots to keep the story moving that I still find myself intrigued.

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