What we’re reading

So far (a) it’s a solid followup to Dark Intelligence, (b) entertaining read, especially to one familiar with Asher’s setting (much more enjoyable than, for example, the first several chapters of DI, where one is still trying to sort out who’s who and what’s what, (c) reminiscent somewhat (pleasurably so) of Iain Banks, in that it’s hard SF that doesn’t skimp on rational technology and contextual complexity.

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