Sep 06, 12
Read from September 04 to 05, 2012 — I own a copy, read count: 1
This is a great book.
I read a lot of science fiction, because I love the new and different worlds and the problems that are often so different from my own. Clean is different because the best part of this book is the main character. Even with all his problems, he’s a guy you want to know and a guy you’d want as a friend if you were in trouble. I love his emotional vulnerability and how he continues to do the right thing, even when the personal cost is very high.
And of course, I still love the hover cars and telepathy and gritty, post-Tech-war world Hughes created