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Review: Glasshouse

User Review  - Tamás Géczy - Goodreads

By far, this is my most favorite dystopian novel. It not only ties science-fiction into the plot throughout, but also deals with topics such as reincarnation. Though not directly, it makes you think in paradigms you have never imagined. Read full review

Review: Glasshouse

User Review  - Steven Bragg - Goodreads

This book gets off to a slow start and then goes into turbo mode about a third of the way in, and is almost impossible to put down from that point until the end. This book deals with multiple themes ... Read full review

Review: Glasshouse

User Review  - Brad - Goodreads

Glasshouse is an intense and mindstretching mixture of hard SF and satire in a psychological puzzle centered around memory and identity. Stross writes well but in a way that is often vague, confusing ... Read full review

Review: Glasshouse

User Review  - Matthew - Goodreads

Very very good. Read full review

Review: Glasshouse

User Review  - Emily Taing - Goodreads

I liked this book a lot. At first, you spend a lot of time going "what is going on?" because the protagonist is missing quite a bit of his memories and this confusion transfers over to the reader ... Read full review

Review: Glasshouse

User Review  - Christopher Sutch - Goodreads

This is one of Stross's best; the problem is I don't want to write anything very specific about it because part of this novel's appeal (and excitement) is that, as a reader coming to the work with ... Read full review

Review: Glasshouse

User Review  - 5 - Goodreads

Brilliant. A man goes on the lam as a woman in a diorama designed to mimic the little-understood -OUR TIME-, all firsthand info of which disappeared when our magnetic hard drives got wiped. Hits the ... Read full review

Review: Glasshouse

User Review  - Joey Gaither - Goodreads

Loved this novel so much. Brought me on to Stross's incredible work. Read full review

Review: Glasshouse

User Review  - Kelly - Goodreads

With this book, Charles Stross has established himself as one of my favourite authors. Previously, I have read quite a few of his novels, including several of the Merchant Princes series, one of the ... Read full review

Review: Glasshouse

User Review  - Penny - Goodreads

I wasn't sure about this book in the first chapter or so, and then I realized: this is the Stepford Prison Experiment, set in a future that allows the author to illuminate some of the horrors of modern society. Fantastic. Read full review


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