Daddy's World

Rated 4.14/5 based on 7 reviews
A classic work from Walter Jon Williams, “Daddy’s World” earned the Nebula Award for Novelette in 2001.

Little Jamie lives with his family in an eerily perfect environment. But cracks begin to appear in Jamie’s world that reveal rifts within his family, and he begins to see the terrifying reality behind the walls of his life, and know that perfection has its price . . . More

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About Walter Jon Williams

Walter Jon Williams is the award-winning, New York Times bestselling author of Hardwired, Voice of the Whirlwind, Deep State, and This Is Not a Game.

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Review by: TMS on Feb. 17, 2013 :
Good charactrization,nice scope,good depth, interesting plot,well written,clean uncomplicated sf,beautiful story.
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Review by: TMS on Feb. 17, 2013 :
Good charactrization,nice scope,good depth, interesting plot,well written,clean uncomplicated sf,beautiful story
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Review by: TMS on Feb. 17, 2013 :
Good charactrization,nice scope,good depth, interesting plot,well written,clean uncomplicated sf,beautiful story
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Review by: TMS on Feb. 17, 2013 :
Good charactrization,nice scope,good depth, interesting plot,well written,clean uncomplicated sf,beautiful story
(review of free book)

Review by: TMS on Feb. 17, 2013 :
Good charactrization,nice scope,good depth, interesting plot,well written,clean uncomplicated sf,beautiful story
(review of free book)

Review by: TMS on Feb. 17, 2013 :
Good charactrization,nice scope,good depth, interesting plot,well written,clean uncomplicated sf,beautiful story
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Review by: Rik Hunik on Jan. 17, 2013 :
To the reader it is clear from the start that Jaimee is living in a virtual world, but he is very young so everything is new and fascinating to him; he readily accepts and enjoys and learns from what is presented to him in this normal family life, but inevitably he grows up and notices when things aren't right. He already suspects what his sister reveals, but self-awareness and control don't make him happy. An intriguing look at some of the possibilities and abuses of virtual worlds, with plenty of interesting ideas about artificial intelligence, cloning, personality transfer, raising children, and more. This future isn't so far away.
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