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Everyone In Silico

by Jim Munroe

this, like most of Munroe's later works seems to suffer from his perception that he doesn't need END his books. after reading recent Munroe, the average reader is left thinking "huh? where's the rest of the book" The feeling that Munroe didn't care enough about his characterr or readers to finish the book is the most felt in this novel. Of course, the change in writing style comes with his recent change in politics from indie publisher to Walmart supporter, one can't help but think that there's a connection.

Reviewed on 2006.04.07

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