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Implied Spaces by Walter Jon Williams
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Apr 23, 2010

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bookshelves: grown-ups, science-fiction

Even when they can live forever and never be hungry or in want of anything, humans still manage to muck things up. Williams is on my list of favorite SF writers - this, though quite charming, isn't one of his best, as he skates rather breezily over some of the most interesting themes of immortality and identity. Implied Spaces reminded me a bit of Iain Banks' Culture books, and also Tony Daniel's Metaplanetary and Superluminary.

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