Chasm City (Google eBook)

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Penguin, May 27, 2003 - Fiction - 704 pages
41 Reviews
In a city overrun by a virus that attacks both man and machine, an agent pursues a lowlife postmortal-and uncovers a centuries-old atrocity that history would rather forget...


  

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Good hard sci-fi but predictable ending.. - Goodreads
I think he rushed the ending though! - Goodreads
Reynolds' prose is fluid and visually adept. - Goodreads
Nice to meet a writer with lofty ambitions, at least. - Goodreads
We start out with two interleaving story lines. - Goodreads
NO ONE. STOP writing that story. - Goodreads

Review: Chasm City (Revelation Space standalone)

User Review  - Lee - Goodreads

Once again Alastair Reynolds has me all over the place with my thoughts on his books. There are parts of this story that I throughly enjoyed and would happily give four stars and then there are great ... Read full review

Review: Chasm City (Revelation Space standalone)

User Review  - Sean - Goodreads

Reynolds' second foray into his Revelation Space universe, taking place just prior to events of "Revelation Space". Follows mercenary Tanner Mirabel as he travels to a different system in pursuit of ... Read full review

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Contents

ONE
6
TWO
20
THREE
31
FOUR
48
FIVE
61
SIX
82
SEVEN
99
EIGHT
114
TWENTYTHREE
381
TWENTYFOUR
389
TWENTYFIVE
406
TWENTYSIX
418
TWENTYSEVEN
433
TWENTYEIGHT
455
TWENTYNINE
464
THIRTY
486

NINE
137
TEN
143
ELEVEN
160
TWELVE
174
THIRTEEN
202
FOURTEEN
226
FIFTEEN
237
SIXTEEN
259
SEVENTEEN
277
EIGHTEEN
291
NINETEEN
306
TWENTY
327
TWENTYONE
357
TWENTYTWO
369
THIRTYONE
507
THIRTYTWO
514
THIRTYTHREE
523
THIRTYFOUR
540
THIRTYFIVE
548
THIRTYSIX
574
THIRTYSEVEN
604
THIRTYEIGHT
625
THIRTYNINE
634
FORTY
644
FORTYONE
660
FORTYTWO
674
EPILOGUE
685
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About the author (2003)

Alastair Reynolds was born in Barry, South Wales, in 1966. He studied at Newcastle and St. Andrew's Universities and has a Ph.D. in astronomy. A former astrophysicist for the European Space Agency, he lives in the Netherlands, near Leiden. He is now writing full-time.

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