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Haze by L.E. Modesitt Jr.
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Jul 03, 2009

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One of Modesitt's poorer efforts. It has the typical elements: a "well-balanced," superior, smart, and moral main character. A society that knows how to do things far better than the mainstream society (and better than America today). A bunch of misguided, main culture types, that look like idiots by the end because they are not smart enough or flexible enough to keep up with the smart, more evolved guys. Lots of scenes where the main character is decent, polite and fair to random people. Lots of scenes in restaurants where we find out what the main character likes to eat. Several "pilot" scenes where the pilot and the control tower say "stet" and "interrogative."

OK, but nothing to write home about.

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