The accord

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Solaris, 2009 - Fiction - 442 pages
2 Reviews
"The Accord, a virtual utopia where the soul lives on after death and your perceptions are bound only by your imagination. This is the setting for a tale of love, murder and revenge that crosses the boundaries between the real world and this virtual reality"--Publisher description.

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User Review  - AlanPoulter - LibraryThing

Sometimes you get to point in a book when you wonder if it will ever end. In a souped-up virtual world called The Accord, three characters, an unflappable, all-knowing Professor (The Accord's inventor ... Read full review

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The Accord a novel that is both complex and so very simple at the same time.
At the greatest breadth the novel is a story of transhumanism, showing how things would be in a man-made virtual heaven
that isn't quite as heavenly as it should be.
At it simplest it is a simple love story that takes place over the course of millenia.
I found the Accord to be an interesting, fun, and engrossing read. It can be tad confusing at points, especially between the first and second half of the novel, where the perspective shifts and first person pronouns represent a different character than they did before.
Be noted though, that if you pick this one up in the store, the preview on the back cover does not do the story any kind of justice.
 

Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
37
Section 3
51
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