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Infoquake by David Louis Edelman
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Aug 31, 08

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Read in August, 2008

A remarkable work of future world building. The biotech is very convincing as is the future history that Edelman has constructed. The world may in fact be the most complex and compelling character in the book.

It's surprisingly engrossing for a novel in which (when you boil it down) relatively few things actually happen. I spent most of the time waiting for the inevitable revelation of what was really going on and I had to keep reading to find out.

Hard to avoid the feeling that the whole thing is just set up for the rest of the trilogy though.
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Sandi This books sounds fascinating. However, I'm trying to avoid series, especially ones that end in cliffhangers. Is it worth reading without moving straight to the next volume?


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