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Charles Gray is a 40 something history student who has likely spent far, far more time looking at the books of Parliament then is healthy.
On the other hand, historians argue with dead people and thus always get the last word. He is currently working on a number of science fiction and fantasy books, as well as "Abolition and Social Change" an academic work that will be certain to put many undergraduates to sleep, should they be assigned it in class.
on March 08, 2012 :
A very good book. I've read it about three times from cover to cover(so to speak) in just as many weeks. What makes this book so good is that it doesn't just praise the new technology (in this case fusion) as the solution for all problems. Instead it mentions the downsides of such a disruptive technology and how actually getting widespread adoption of the technology isn't easy either. Both the storyline and the characters feel pretty real.
(reviewed long after purchase)