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Implied Spaces by Walter Jon Williams
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Jul 24, 09

Read in July, 2009

Contrary to my normal reading interests the so called Sword and sorcery parts are the parts that drew the most attention. Probably because after our main character leaves that world he becomes depressed and morose which fits with the story but doesn't bring the joy that the first part of the novel did. And the fact that everything that happened in the first part of the novel didn't really matter except for the surprise at the end also took some of the fun out of it.

I really liked the overall novel, the story, and even the addition of bringing the origin of god into it. The problem I had with it is that the main character Aristide reminded me so much of the main character in Wil McCarthy's novels that finished with to Crush the moon. So I was constantly comparing them. Not really the authors fault but I always felt I like Wil's version of ennui better.

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