The Light of Other Days
When a brilliant, driven industrialist harnesses the cutting edge of quantum physics to enable people everywhere, at trivial cost, to see one another at all times: around every corner, through every wall, into everyone's most private, hidden, and even intimate moments. It amounts to the sudden and complete abolition of human privacy--forever.
Then, as society reels, the same technology proves able to look backwards in time as well. What happens next is a story only Arthur C. Clarke and Stephen Baxter could tell. The Light of Other Days is a novel that will change your view of what it is to be human.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - rondoctor - LibraryThing
Interesting and quick read, but not as good as I expected from these two top authors. Development of advanced technology serves as the centerpiece of the book, but it does so at the expense of ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Lyndatrue - LibraryThing
Clarke has written better books than this one, and I suppose Baxter has too. I just couldn't stick with it, and skipped to the end. Funny, I've read books written earlier, and they haven't felt particularly dated, but this one did. It's okay. Read full review
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