Quarantine

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In 2034, the stars went out. An unknown agency surrounded the solar system with an impenetrable barrier, concealing the universe from humanity’s gaze. In 2067, Nick Stavrianos is hired to investigate the disappearance of Laura Andrews from the institution where she was being cared for. Aided by a skull full of neural modifications, he follows her trail to the Republic of New Hong Kong. More
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I am a science fiction writer and computer programmer.

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Benoit Goudreault-Emond reviewed on April 26, 2022

Excellent book. Of course, the whole premise is a bit tongue-in-cheek (as acknowledge by the author, he does not believe this is how things work) but it's an interesting thought experiment.

The conclusion is a bit abrupt, but the journey is all worthwhile.

Highly recommended as a great way to get your brain twisted all sorts of way, as usual with Mr. Egan.
(reviewed 62 days after purchase)
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