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If Pynchon Wrote Sci-Fi
This well-written novel is so thoroughly envisioned by the author that the world it evokes comes to life in a visceral manner. Marusek creates a novel almost as diffuse and as detailed as a Thomas Pynchon novel. The characters are well-drawn. The plot lines - for the most part - run smoothly and merge in the end. The one draw back is the end is a little tight and ordinary (the usual suspenseful denouement). However, a great first attempt and I look forward to his next one - a continuation - in January 2009.
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