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The boldest and most wildly speculative writer of our time, Greg Egan has envisioned a quantum Brave New World -- a masterful saga of a time when not only human life, but fleshly reality itself, will be nothing but a memory...

It is the thirtieth century.The "world" has evolved into ...


  • Author: Greg Egan
  • Publish Date: 1999-11-03
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    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful
    By: Anonymous
    2015-01-28 02:52:56

    It's not easy to read, it's very "hard" SF. But it's worth it.

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