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Review: The Stone Canal (The Fall Revolution #2)

User Review  - Kristin Lieber - Goodreads

This book is a weird genre of technology-economics science fiction. The author is clearly really intelligent. The book has many smart ideas and references, many of which I didn't understand. Despite ... Read full review

Review: The Stone Canal (The Fall Revolution #2)

User Review  - Aaron Arnold - Goodreads

This came off as a science-fiction lover's science-fiction novel, and so I liked it a lot, even if there weren't a lot of "big ideas" per se. The narrative is split in two between the "present day" of ... Read full review

Review: The Stone Canal (The Fall Revolution #2)

User Review  - Stas - Goodreads

Writing not as good as Iain Banks, plot not as inventive, but the more explicit trotskyist/anarchist leanings of the author made it a fun speculative read. Read full review

Review: The Stone Canal (The Fall Revolution #2)

User Review  - Tom Nixon - Goodreads

This is the third Ken Macleod book I've reviewed in what seems to be a very short time, so I'll skip the usual plaudits- regular and semi-regular readers of the blog should be well aware of them by ... Read full review

Review: The Stone Canal (The Fall Revolution #2)

User Review  - Kristin - Goodreads

This book is a weird genre of technology-economics science fiction. The author is clearly really intelligent. The book has many smart ideas and references, many of which I didn't understand. Despite ... Read full review

Review: The Stone Canal (The Fall Revolution #2)

User Review  - Peter Dunn - Goodreads

I cannot say I am as keen on this second outing in the Fall revolution series. I do like the background society on New Mars which has great ideas such as the fast Folk, free robots set alongside ... Read full review

Review: The Stone Canal (The Fall Revolution #2)

User Review  - Michael Hall - Goodreads

An intelligent and philosophical science fiction tale with a genre bending foray into economics and politics (socialism, libertarianism, etc.). The storytelling is artful and vivid yet intellectual ... Read full review

Review: The Stone Canal (The Fall Revolution #2)

User Review  - Jim McGowan - Goodreads

Pretty good, but not MacLeod's best, in my opinion. This book takes the form of chapters alternating between an interesting story set in the future on a planet fairly recently colonised by humans, and ... Read full review

Review: The Stone Canal (The Fall Revolution #2)

User Review  - Aaron Anderson - Goodreads

This was interesting at times, and annoying at others. Worth reading if you liked the first. Read full review

Review: The Stone Canal (The Fall Revolution #2)

User Review  - Craig - Goodreads

This novel bounces back and forth between near-future Earth and far-future New Mars. The near-future Earth has some really weird and enjoyable bits, where revolutionaries remake large chunks of Earth ... Read full review


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