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on Sep. 02, 2012 :
Jack Thompson has a flair for classic storytelling, and for bringing science back to science fiction - "Godmachine" blends hard scientific information with action/adventure with the best of 'em.
He also peppers his prose with little goodies that might not catch every reader's eye at first - I smiled at subtle passing pop-culture references like "spidey sense".
This book is easily my favorite of Jack's works I've read so far. Its straightforward style and story-within-a-story structure lends itself well to imagining it as a movie while you read it. (Are you listening, Hollywood?)
(reviewed long after purchase)
on Oct. 29, 2011 :
This is a very well written and compelling story about a future you might not want to be a part of. The prose is deceptively simple but describes a riveting situation. I didn't want it to end, because the story obviously continues on and I wanted to know what happened next. Very good science fiction tale by a versatile writer.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)